Keeping track of all the NBA moves
FOXSports.com keeps you up to speed on NBA free agency and trades, with the most recent postings added to the top.
BULLS WAIVE STARTER FROM LAST SEASON
Guard Keith Bogans was waived by the Chicago Bulls. Bogans started all 82 games last season and averaged 4.4 points in 17.8 minutes per game. The Bulls, who had been holding him out of practice, had a $1.73 million contract option and a Dec. 19 deadline for a decision on it.
- Associated Press
HORNETS HANG ON TO 7-FOOTER WITH NEW DEAL
CRAWFORD DECIDES TO SIGN WITH BLAZERS
Free-agent guard Jamal Crawford has decided to sign with the Portland Trail Blazers. Crawford, who was reportedly considering Sacramento and the Blazers, announced his choice on Twitter, posting ''Rip city!!!'' Full story ...
NETS USE AMNESTY ON OUTLAW, SIGN WILLIAMS
The Nets signed free-agent forward Shawne Williams away from the rival Knicks on Thursday. The Nets also waived veteran forward Travis Outlaw and signed veteran free agent forward Ime Udoka. Full story ...
JAZZ REACH DEAL WITH JOSH HOWARD
HORNETS HANG ON TO ONE KEY FREE AGENT
BOBCATS ADDRESS NEED AT GUARD
CLIPPERS GET PAUL IN BLOCKBUSTER TRADE
Chris Paul is headed to Los Angeles for real this time — to the Clippers, not the Lakers.
REPORT: MAGIC END TRADE TALKS FOR HOWARD
The Orlando Magic ended trade talks with the New Jersey Nets and other teams on superstar center Dwight Howard and plan to start the season with him in the lineup, Yahoo! Sports reported Wednesday. Full story ...
REPORT: BULLS CLOSE TO DEAL WITH HAMILTON
WARRIORS SIGN KWAME BROWN TO ONE-YEAR DEAL
The Golden State Warriors have signed free-agent center Kwame Brown to a $7 million, one-year deal.
The well-traveled Brown, who spent last season with Charlotte and joins his sixth NBA team, will give new coach Mark Jackson depth at the center spot alongside Andris Biedrins.
The 29-year-old Brown, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 draft by the Washington Wizards, averaged 7.9 points and 6.8 rebounds in 66 games with 50 starts last season while shooting 51.7 percent from the floor.
— Associated Press
LAKERS SIGN MCROBERTS TO TW0-YEAR DEAL
The Los Angeles Lakers have signed free-agent forward Josh McRoberts to a two-year contract. The Lakers announced the deal Wednesday with McRoberts, a four-year NBA veteran who spent the past three seasons with the Indiana Pacers. Full story ...
NENE, NUGGETS AGREE ON LUCRATIVE DEAL
The Denver Nuggets have re-signed Nene to a five-year deal, keeping the unrestricted free agent through 2015-16. The Denver Post first reported that the Brazilian center had agreed to the contract that could be worth up to $67 million. Full Story ...
MAVS TRADE TWO PLAYERS TO NUGGETS
LAKERS BRING ON FORMER DUNK CHAMP
The Los Angeles Lakers have signed veteran guard Gerald Green and rookie free-agent forward Malcolm Thomas. The Lakers also said that forward Derrick Caracter will have surgery on a torn meniscus in his left knee. Full Story ...
TIMBERWOLVES SWING DEAL WITH THUNDER
The Timberwolves traded Lazar Hayward, who averaged 3.8 points and 1.7 rebounds last season, to Oklahoma City for a 2012 second-round pick, a future conditional second-round selection and guard Robert Vaden. Full Story ...
BUCKS RE-SIGN MBAH A MOUTE
The Milwaukee Bucks have re-signed free agent Luc Richard Mbah a Moute to a multiyear contract. The 25-year-old Mbah a Moute averaged 6.7 points and 5.3 rebounds in 79 games for the Bucks last season. He was second on the team in rebounds (420). The 6-foot-8 forward is entering his fourth NBA season.
— Associated Press
NETS SIGN FORMER DUKE STAR
The New Jersey Nets signed free agent forward Shelden Williams. A five-year NBA veteran who has played for six teams, Williams has averaged 4.5 points and 4.6 rebounds in 303 games. Selected out of Duke by Atlanta with the fifth overall pick in the 2006 NBA draft, Williams was traded to Sacramento during the 2007-08 season.
— Associated Press
KWAME BROWN, WARRIORS AGREE TO DEAL
Free agent center Kwame Brown has agreed to terms on a one-year, $7 million contract with the Golden State Warriors. Agent Mark Bartelstein says the offer in Golden State was ''too good to pass up.'' Full Story ...
GASOL AGREES TO STAY WITH GRIZZLIES
Marc Gasol announced on Twitter that he has reached a tentative agreement with the Grizzlies keeping him in Memphis. The Memphis Grizzlies confirmed the agreement later, keeping a player general manager Chris Wallace called one of the franchise's cornerstones. Full story...
REPORT: CLIPPERS REJECT DEAL FOR PAUL
The Clippers thought they had a deal. The pieces were in place, the teams had agreed on the players, and the trade — the kind you attach the word “blockbuster” to — was all but sealed.
But NBA commissioner David Stern, for the second time in less than a week, quashed a swap that would have brought Chris Paul to Los Angeles. Last week it was the Lakers. On Monday, it was the Clippers. Full story...
CLIPPERS WIN WAIVER BID FOR BILLUPS
The Clippers have won the waiver bidding for Chauncey Billups, who was waived by the New York Knicks under the NBA's one-time amnesty provision, two people familiar with the process who were not authorized to speak on the matter said. Full story...
REPORTS: BAREA CLOSE TO DEAL WITH WOLVES
After helping the Dallas Mavericks capture the franchise's first NBA title, free agent point guard JJ Barea is closing in on a deal to help Ricky Rubio learn the ropes in Minnesota. Full story...
CLIPPERS MATCH WARRIORS' OFFER TO JORDAN
The Los Angeles Clippers have matched Golden State's four-year, $42.7 million offer for center DeAndre Jordan. Golden State signed Jordan to the offer sheet Sunday. As a restricted free agent, the Clippers had three days to decide whether to match the contract. Full story...
CARTER, WEST JOINING THE CHAMPS
The NBA’s abbreviated free-agency period has certainly been an active one for the defending champion Dallas Mavericks. That trend continued as the franchise announced the signing of free-agent swingman Vince Carter and reportedly agreed to terms with combo guard Delonte West. Full story...
CAVALIERS RE-SIGN PARKER
The Cleveland Cavaliers re-signed guard Anthony Parker. Parker averaged 8.3 points in 72 games last season. The 36-year-old veteran is a candidate to be Cleveland's starting shooting guard. Parker originally signed with the Cavaliers prior to the 2009 season. Full story...
RAPTORS LAND FREE-AGENT G CARTER
The Toronto Raptors agreed to terms with free-agent guard Anthony Carter. Carter has averaged 4.9 points, 3.9 assists and 20 minutes per game over 599 regular-season games. He's made 181 starts and averaged more than 15 minutes a game in nine of his 12 seasons. Full story...
BULLS RE-SIGN VETERAN SCALABRINE
The Chicago Bulls re-signed veteran forward Brian Scalabrine. The 6-foot-9 Scalabrine played in 18 games for Chicago last season and averaged 1.1 points. He is a 10-year NBA veteran and has averaged 3.2 points and 2.1 rebounds in 492 regular-season games. He's also participated in 39 playoff games.
SUNS FINALIZE HILL DEAL, SIGN TWO MORE
The 39-year-old Hill averaged 13.2 points and 4.2 rebounds in 80 games last season, his fourth with the Suns and 16th in the NBA. He agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million contract Friday.
— The Associated Press
WEST AGREES TO TWO-YEAR DEAL WITH PACERS
David West is headed north to Indiana, where he will join forces with Danny Granger and former Hornets teammate Darren Collison. West agreed to a two-year deal with the Pacers on Sunday that his agent, Lance Young, said was worth $20 million. Full story...
KNICKS SIGN BIBBY, JEFFRIES AND TWO ROOKIES
The New York Knicks signed veteran guard Mike Bibby, re-signed forward Jared Jeffries, and inked their two draft picks Sunday, finally giving themselves enough healthy bodies to hold a normal practice. Full story...
WARRIORS SIGN CLIPPERS' JORDAN TO OFFER SHEET
The Golden State Warriors have signed center DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers to a restricted free agent offer sheet. A person with knowledge of the negotiations says the offer sheet signed is for a $42.7 million, four-year deal. As a restricted free agent, the Clippers have three days to match the offer.
— The Associated Press
MAVS SIGN NEITZEL, CONFIRM ODOM TRADE
Free agent guard Drew Neitzel has signed with the Dallas Mavericks. The defending NBA champions announced the move Sunday, when they also confirmed they had acquired Lamar Odom from the Los Angeles Lakers.
A former Michigan State standout, Neitzel went undrafted in 2008 but played for Minnesota's summer league team and then Portland's the next summer. Neitzel played in Germany last season, averaging 7.7 points, 3.4 assists and 1.4 rebounds in 16 games for BBC Bayreuth.
— The Associated Press
WARRIORS WAIVE BELL UNDER AMNESTY
The Golden State Warriors have waived guard Charlie Bell under the new amnesty provision, wiping his remaining contract from the salary cap and avoiding any luxury tax penalties.
The Warriors also announced Sunday that the qualifying offer to forward Reggie Williams has been rescinded. The moves give Golden State more space to sign another free agent.
Bell never reported for training camp. Authorities said Bell showed up intoxicated at a Thursday court date for a drunken driving arrest in Michigan. He already is facing a one-game suspension without pay after pleading no contest to reckless driving in California.
— The Associated Press
REPORT: ARENAS A FREE AGENT
REPORT: LAKERS TRADE ODOM TO MAVS
Two days after getting rebuffed by the NBA in an apparent deal for Chris Paul, the Los Angeles Lakers sent forward Lamar Odom to Dallas for the Mavericks' first-round pick in the 2012 amateur draft, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The Mavericks might also send the Lakers another unspecified draft pick, according to the Times. It was not immediately clear whether the move was a straight salary dump or a circuitous effort to try to get Dwight Howard or Paul down the road. Full story ...
PACERS RE-SIGN JEFF FOSTER
The Indiana Pacers have re-signed veteran center Jeff Foster.
The 6-foot-11 free agent has been with the Pacers his entire 12-year career. He has career averages of 4.9 points and 6.9 rebounds. Foster is among the Pacers' top 10 in 11 different categories.
— Associated Press
REPORT: PAUL-TO-LAKERS TRADE RESUBMITTED
The New Orleans Hornets, Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets have resubmitted to the NBA a trade that would send Chris Paul to the Lakers, according to multiple reports Saturday.
The deal is "still on life support, even though people tried to kill it," a source close to the situation told the Los Angeles Times. Full story ...
NY KNICKS ACQUIRE CHANDLER FROM MAVS
The New York Knicks acquired Tyson Chandler from the Dallas Mavericks and sent Ronny Turiaf to the Washington Wizards in a three-team trade. The Knicks also announced they had waived Chauncey Billups and designated him as their amnesty player. Full story...
VETERAN BULTER HEADED TO RAPTORS
The Toronto Raptors signed veteran free-agent forward Rasual Butler. The six-foot-seven shooting guard split last season between the Clippers and Chicago Bulls and started in a combined 47 games, mostly with LA. Full story...
ODEN, BLAZERS AGREE TO NEW DEAL
The Portland Trail Blazers and Greg Oden agreed to a restructured one-year contract after the oft-injured center had another setback during his rehabilitation from microfracture surgery on his left knee.
The new contract was announced Friday after the Blazers opened training camp. A day earlier, Oden's agent reported the former No. 1 draft pick had agreed to the $8.9 million qualifying offer that Portland offered on June 29. Full story ...
HAWKS SIGN VETERAN RADMANOVIC
The 6-foot-10 Radmanovic averaged 5.1 points and 2.9 rebounds in 74 games with the Warriors. He made 40.5 percent of his 3-point shots, ranking 23rd in the league. Full story ...
KNICKS SET TO TRADE TURIAF TO WIZARDS
In a move made almost specifically to make space for free agent center Tyson Chandler, the Knicks have reportedly agreed to send Ronny Turiaf to the Washington Wizards.
No Wizards player has been named in the deal, because there may not be one involved. Full story...
KNICKS ON VERGE OF LANDING CHANDLER
The Knicks may have surprised even themselves by scoring one of the top free agent targets available, former Dallas Mavericks center Tyson Chandler.
There's still work to be done before they can sign him, but once that's completed, the Knicks will add the one thing they needed most. Full story...
SIXERS RE-SIGN SF YOUNG FOR $40 MILLION
Lanky lefty Thaddeus Young was getting plenty of attention around the NBA this week, but in the end the versatile SF re-signed with the Sixers on Friday.
The $40 million deal made things easy for him to return to one of the up and coming teams in the Eastern Conference. 76ers-sign-Thaddeus-Young-to-40-million-dollar-deal-120911">Full story...
AMIDST TRADE TALK, CELTICS RE-SIGN SF GREEN
Some thought he didn't fit in Boston. Some thought he might be booted out of town. Those most important, however, didn't feel that way.
HAWKS SIGN FORMER SCORING CHAMP
The Atlanta Hawks have signed two-time NBA scoring champion Tracy McGrady to a one-year deal for the veteran minimum. McGrady was with the Hawks for the team's first practice on Friday, wearing No. 1. Full story...
SUNS ADD TWO SPEEDY GUARDS
KINGS BOLSTER BACKCOURT, RE-SIGN THORNTON
THUNDER RE-SIGN SHARPSHOOTING GUARD
The Oklahoma City Thunder agreed to a two-year, $6.5 million deal to re-sign guard Daequan Cook on Friday, bringing yet another player back from the team that made the Western Conference finals last season. Full story...
FORMER ALL-STAR CENTER HEADS TO TORONTO
Once an All-Star as a member of the Hornets, center Jamaal Magloire will take his talents north of the border this season to play with the Raptors.
Magloire becomes the first Canadian to ever play for Toronto in the team's 16-year history. Full story...
REPORT: HOWARD SEEKS TRADE TO NETS
Dwight Howard is expected to ask the Orlando Magic to trade him to the Nets, who were told they are the All-Star center's preferred choice, ESPN reported Friday. Full story...
MAGIC WAIVE ARENAS, TRADE BASS
REPORTS: BLAZERS' ROY EXPECTED TO RETIRE
HILL HAPPY TO STAY WITH SUNS
Grant Hill agreed to a one-year contract to remain with the Phoenix Suns. Hill, 39, had strong interest and offers from New York, Chicago, San Antonio and the Los Angeles Clippers but chose to return for a fifth season in Phoenix. Full story...
BOBCATS SIGN FIRST OF TWO BROWNS
The Charlotte Bobcats have two Browns on their wish list entering the season, and they took care of one of them Friday, re-signing SF Derrick Brown to a one-year deal.
Brown No. 2 would be center Kwame, who is expected to re-sign with the team over the weekend. Full story...
MAVERICKS SIGN WRIGHT
CHALMERS, JONES RETURNING TO HEAT
Free agents James Jones and Mario Chalmers are returning to the Miami Heat. Jones' agent, Joel Bell, told FOX Sports Florida his client will sign a three-year "fully guaranteed contract.'' Earlier Friday, Chalmers' agent, Sam Goldfeder, had confirmed Chalmers will return. Full story...
AGENT: CELTICS TO ACQUIRE DOOLING
NBA KILLS LAKERS' DEAL FOR PAUL
The NBA, as owners of the New Orleans Hornets, won't trade All-Star guard Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers.
NBA spokesman Mike Bass says: ''It's not true that the owners killed the deal, the deal was never discussed at the Board of Governors meeting and the league office declined to make the trade for basketball reasons.'' Full story...
REPORT: KNICKS, CHANDLER CLOSE TO DEAL
The New York Knicks are close to a deal to acquire free agent center Tyson Chandler, the New York Post reported Thursday.
Chandler, 29, is nearing an agreement with the Knicks on a four-year, $58 million deal, according to Yahoo! Sports. Full story...
BATTIER TWEETS HE'LL SIGN WITH HEAT
A source indicated Shane Battier will sign with the Miami Heat. And that source is Shane Battier.
The small forward revealed on his Twitter account he plans to sign as a free agent with the Heat. Such a signing would give Miami a heady veteran who can be a defensive stopper and hit a 3-pointer. Full story...
CLIPPERS WIN BATTLE FOR BUTLER
Caron Butler has come to terms on a three-year, $24 million deal with the Los Angeles Clippers.
"He's a Clipper now," Butler's agent, Raymond Brothers told the Los Angeles Times. "I think he's [a] great fit for the Clippers on and off the court." Full story...
DUNLEAVY TO SIGN WITH BUCKS
REPORT: SPURS, FORD AGREE TO DEAL
PRINCE STAYING WITH PISTONS, BUT WHY?
In a move that seems to make little sense for either side, the Detroit Pistons are expected to announce that they have re-signed free-agent forward Tayshaun Prince to a four-year, $27 million contract. Full story...