NBA 2014 free-agency tracker: Get latest news and rumors

The NBA free-agency period is nearly underway, with players not under contract free to negotiate and sign with other clubs beginning at 12:01 a.m. ET on Tuesday morning. Certainly, much of what teams do — and have done — is focused on trying to land one (or both) of this offseason's big fish, LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony.




So now that we know LeBron James is going back to Cleveland, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh will be re-signing with Miami, Carmelo Anthony will remain in New York and Dirk Nowitzki is staying in Dallas, the drama of NBA free agency is almost over.

Stay tuned to get the latest trade reports and rumors, and catch up on all the signings you may have missed in the chart below.


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UPDATE (Wednesday, 4:00 p.m. ET): Even though there are no official Kevin Love deals on the table, the Cavs appear to be inching closer to possibly landing a deal with Minnesota with moves that are being made.

• The Chicago Bulls have made are reportedly interested in getting Kevin Love for themselves after putting a package together.

• The Mavericks are holding onto their $2.7-million room-MLE hoping veteran shooter Ray Allen will accept the offer and join the team, sources tell FOX Sports Southwest.


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UPDATE (Monday, 8 p.m. ET): Another missed season for Andrew Bynum? The free-agent center is considering sitting out next season to have therapy on his oft-injured knees, his agent told the New York Post.

•Even though there have been loud rumors about Eric Bledsoe leaving the Suns, according to reports from FOX Sports Arizona, Phoenix plans on resigning him.

• The Milwaukee Bucks were awarded point guard Kendall Marshall off waivers from the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. The Lakers reportedly had every intention of re-signing the 22-year-old, but the Bucks thwarted their plans.

• No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins is expected to sign a contract with the Cavaliers this week, according to a report from ESPN.


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UPDATE (Thursday, 9:30 p.m ET): There still are a few good names who haven't signed yet. Here are your free agent updates for today:

• After the Bulls cut ties with veteran forward Carlos Boozer, he was on the market for the team that offered the highest blind bid. Nine teams reportedly tried to get Boozer and the Lakers ended up winning the auction.

• The Dallas Mavericks re-signed point guard Devin Harris, reportedly for four years and $16.5 million. According to multiple reports, the L.A. Clippers have re-signed veteran forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis to a one-year contract for the veteran minimum of $1.2 million.

• Point guard Eric Bledsoe rejected a four-year, $48 million to re-sign with the Phoenix Suns and wants a max five-year, $80 million deal, ESPN's Chris Broussard reports.

• Latest on LeBron and Love: James reportedly told Kevin Love he wants him on the Cavs, according to Yahoo! Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. But Cleveland and Minnesota still are far apart on a deal, FOX Sports Ohio's Sam Amico reports, and sources say the Cavs still aren't including Andrew Wiggins in trade talks.

• The Detroit Pistons are discussing trading forward Josh Smith to the Sacramento Kings, according to ESPN's Marc Stein, who also reports that the Houston Rockets are interested in trading for Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo.  

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UPDATE (Wednesday, 11 p.m ET): On the only day out of the calendar year where no sporting events are going on whatsoever, the NBA free agent market kept busy. Some notable signings worth mentioning:

If Cleveland fans or Golden State fans were planning on seeing Kevin Love in their colors, they might have another thing coming according to Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor. FOX Sports North has the full story.

•Free agent Brandon Rush agreed to a two-year, $2.5 million deal with the Golden State Warriors, according toYahoo Sports/ FOX Sports 1 Insider Adrian Wojnarowski.

•Wojnarowski also reported that free agent forward Ed Davis has reached agreement on a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.

• Rodney Stuckey will be joining the Indiana Pacers, according to multiple reports.

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UPDATE (Wednesday, 6:30 a.m. ET): Michael Jordan isn't coming up empty. Neither is Lance Stephenson, though he'll have to settle for less money than the Pacers offered him to stay in Indiana.

Stephenson's signing a three-year deal with the Charlotte Hornets, according to reports. According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, the 6-foot-5 swingman is getting $27 million — a lot less than the $44 million over five years from Indiana that he rejected.


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UPDATE (Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. ET): Miami Heat fans can smile that they still have their original golden guy in Dwyane Wade, as he has decided to do exactly what LeBron James did: return home. Miami and Wade officially reached an agreement on a two-year deal. Financial terms were not announced, though it's expected Wade's salary for next season will not reach the $20.2 million he would have made under his previous contract, which he opted out of along with LeBron James and Chris Bosh.

• Heat lifer Udonis Haslem also re-signed with Miami for its $2.7 million exception, according to the Florida Sun Sentinel.

• Former Heat guard Mike Miller on the other hand? He's joining his guy LeBron out in Northeast Ohio and becoming a Cavalier and so is his former teammate James Jones.

• Where will Kevin Love end up? Trade talks reportedly restarted between the Warriors and Timberwolves, but no deal is on the table yet. The Cavaliers also have been in the picture, but since they reportedly are not willing to include Andrew Wiggins in a deal, nothing has materialized.

• If you want to talk about loyalty, mention Dirk Nowitzki. According to multiple reports, after turning down max offers from both the Lakers and Rockets, he has agreed to a three-year deal with the Mavs.

• Forward Kris Humphries will to be heading to the Wizards on a sign-and-trade with Boston, according to Yahoo! Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. Boston gets a trade exception and protected second-round pick.  

• The Bulls made room for Pau Gasol and saved salary cap space by waiving forward Carlos Boozer with their amnesty clause.

• Wojnarowski also confirmed that free-agent forward Trevor Booker has reached a deal with the Utah Jazz for two years and the Rockets have agreed to two-year deal with forward Joey Dorsey.



Player Pos. Old team New Team
Chris Andersen C Heat Heat
Carmelo Anthony SF Knicks Knicks
Trevor Ariza SF Wizards Rockets
D.J. Augustin PG Bulls Pistons
DeJuan Blair PF Mavs Wizards
Steve Blake PG Warriors Blazers
Carlos Boozer PF Bulls Lakers
Chris Bosh PF Heat Heat
Avery Bradley
SG Celtics Celtics
Caron Butler SF Thunder Pistons
Vince Carter SF Mavs Grizzlies
Mario Chalmers PG Heat Heat
Darren Collison PG Clippers Kings
Glen Davis PF Clippers Clippers
Luol Deng SF Bulls Heat
Boris Diaw SF Spurs Spurs
Jordan Farmar PG Lakers Clippers
Channing Frye SF Suns Magic
Pau Gasol PF Lakers Bulls
Ben Gordon SG Hornets Magic
Marcin Gortat C Wizards Wizards
Danny Granger SF Clippers Heat
Devin Harris PG Mavs Mavs
Udonis Haslem PF Heat Heat
Spencer Hawes PF Cavs Clippers
Gordon Hayward SF Jazz Jazz
Jordan Hill PF Lakers Lakers
Kirk Hinrich PG Bulls Bulls
Kris Humphries SF Celtics Wizards
LeBron James SF Heat Cavs
Richard Jefferson SF Jazz Mavs
Chris Kaman C Lakers Blazers
Shaun Livingston
PG Nets Warriors
Kyle Lowry PG Raptors Raptors
Jodie Meeks SG Lakers Pistons
Mike Miller SF Grizzlies Heat
Patty Mills PG Spurs Spurs
Anthony Morrow SG Pelicans Thunder
Dirk Nowitzki PF Mavs Mavs
Chandler Parsons SF Rockets Mavs
Patrick Patterson SF Raptors Raptors
Paul Pierce SF Nets Wizards
Zach Randolph PF Grizzlies Grizzlies
Thabo Sefolosha G Thunder Hawks
Lance Stephenson SG Pacers Hornets
Rodney Stuckey SG Pistons Pacers
Isaiah Thomas PG Kings Suns
Greivis Vasquez SG Raptors Raptors
Dwyane Wade SG Heat Heat
Marvin Williams PF Jazz Hornets
Nick Young SG Lakers Lakers
Evan Turner SF/SG Pacers Celtics

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