Free agency has been especially wild this year, with the bulk of the action unfolding in these first handful of days.
There’s plenty to unpack here, so here’s everything that’s happened since our last free agency rundown, with a couple of trades thrown in for good measure.
And if you missed Part I, you can check it out here.
Free agent signings
Ben Simmons – Philadelphia 76ers (5 year, $168M extension offer)
You have no idea how many fast cars and rare animals Simmons is going to buy with this money.
Willie Cauley-Stein – Golden State Warriors
Cauley-Stein leaves the Kings right as they’re getting good and joins the Warriors right as they’re dropping off.
Enes Kanter – Boston Celtics (2 years, $10M)
The Celtics are reportedly excited to see what Kanter can do with the aid of food and water.
Boban Marjanovic – Dallas Mavericks (2 years, $7M)
Boban is the perfect guy to fill the role of loveable, goofy, highly meme-able European seven-footer that was recent vacated by Dirk Nowitzki.
Kevon Looney – Golden State Warriors (3 years, $15M)
How did no one offer Looney more than $5M a year!?
Isaiah Thomas – Washington Wizards (1 year, $2.6M)
Any remaining hope of a miracle IT turnaround was surely dashed the moment he signed with the Wizards.
Jordan Bell – Minnesota Timberwolves (1 year, $1.6M)
It looks like Bell might’ve billed one too many orders to Mike Brown’s hotel room.
Wayne Ellington – New York Knicks (2 years, $16M)
The Knicks’ decision to prioritise other free agents over Kawhi Leonard continues to pay dividends.
Anthony Tolliver – Portland Trail Blazers (1 year, $2.6M)
Tolliver has surely now played for every team in the league.
Ryan Arcidiacono – Chicago Bulls (3 years, $9M)
Devastating news for the Bulls beat writers tasked with another three years of trying to spell that last name.
Seth Curry – Dallas Mavericks (4 years, $32M)
Markieff Morris – Detroit Pistons
Corey Joseph – Sacramento Kings (3 years, $37M)
Austin Rivers – Houston Rockets (2 years)
Frank Kaminsky – Phoenix Suns (2 years, $10M)
Jared Dudley – LA Lakers (1 year, $2.6M)
Wilson Chandler – Brooklyn Nets (1 year, $2.5M)
Emmanuel Mudiay – Utah Jazz (1 year)
Jeff Green – Utah Jazz (1 year, $2.5M)
TJ McConnell – Indiana Pacers (2 years, $7M)
JJ Barea – Dallas Mavericks (1 year, $2.5M)
Noah Vonleh – Minnesota Timberwolves (1 year)
Glenn Robinson III – Golden State Warriors (2 years)
James Ennis – Philadelphia 76ers (2 years, $4.1M)
Tim Frazier – Detroit Pistons (1 year, $2M)
Wesley Matthews – Milwaukee Bucks (1 year, $2.5M)
Richaun Holmes – Sacramento Kings (2 years, $10M)
Rodney McGruder – LA Clippers (3 years, $15M)
Maxi Kleber – Dallas Mavericks (4 years, $35M)
Elfrid Payton – New York Knicks (2 years, $16M)
Troy Daniels – LA Lakers (1 year, $2.1M)
Michael Carter-Williams – Orlando Magic (1 year)
Tomas Satoransky – Chicago Bulls (3 years, $30M)
Ish Smith – Washington Wizards (2 years, $12M)
Daniel Theis – Boston Celtics (2 years, $10M)
Dorian Finney-Smith – Dallas Mavericks (3 years, $12M)
Luke Kornet – Chicago Bulls (2 years)
Darius Miller – New Orleans Pelicans (2 years, $14.2M)
Phoenix Suns receive: Kyle Korver, Jevon Carter
Memphis Grizzlies receive: DeAnthony Melton, Josh Jackson, two second-round picks
Atlanta Hawks receive: Chandler Parsons
Memphis Grizzlies receive: Solomon Hill and Miles Plumlee
Best remaining free agents