NBA free-agency tracker: Get the latest as offseason moves heat up

The Memphis Grizzlies have been Western Conference contenders for several years now, but have yet to make it through the mine field that is the postseason and advance to the NBA Finals. Some would think the answer is to blow things up and start over.

Clearly, those people don’t live in Memphis.

"This is a great day for our team," general manager Chris Wallace said in a statement Monday announcing the club re-signed center Marc Gasol to a deal reported to be worth more than $100 million over five years.

The 7-foot-1 Spaniard is coming off the best season of his career, earning a starting spot in the All-Star game. He also became the first Grizzlies player voted to the All-NBA first team.

Gasol averaged 17.4 points, 7.8 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.62 blocks this past season. He set career highs for total points, scoring average, field goals made and attempted. He scored 30 or more points five times, something he did only once through his first six years combined.

Now 30, Gasol has teamed with Zach Randolph to give the Grizzlies a ferocious front line that endeared them to a city hungry for success. With Gasol leading the way, and maturing from a doughy youngster into a chiseled veteran, the Grizzlies have made a franchise-record five straight playoff appearances. They have reached the Western Conference semifinals three times and made a stirring run to the conference finals in 2013.

Get all the latest updates on free agency below.

THURSDAY

TOP 5 OFFENSIVE BIG MEN

● (3:57 p.m. ET): Kings void contract of forward Luc Mbah a Moute after he failed a team physical.

● (12:50 p.m. ET): Mavs re-sign point guard J.J. Barea to four-year, $16 million contract.

WEDNESDAY

● (10:37 a.m. ET): Raptors sign forward Luis Scola to multi-year contract. Terms of the deal were not released.

TUESDAY

● (11:43 p.m. ET): The Charlotte Hornets signed undrafted rookie free agent guard Aaron Harrison from Kentucky. Terms of the deal were not released Tuesday night.

● (9:38 p.m. ET): The Sacramento Kings signed forwards Luc Mbah a Moute and Omri Casspi.

● (7 p.m. ET): The Chicago Bulls say they have signed forward Mike Dunleavy Jr. and backup guard Aaron Brooks.

● (7 p.m. ET): The Utah Jazz have signed German center Tibor Pleiss to a multiyear deal.

● (3:36 p.m. ET): Celtics acquire forward Perry Jones from Thunder for protected second-round pick.

● (3:13 p.m. ET): Pacers sign forward Jordan Hill. Terms were not released.

MONDAY

(4:16 p.m. ET): The Los Angeles Clippers re-signed backup guard Austin Rivers and also added reserve center Cole Aldrich. Rivers, the 22-year-old son of coach Doc Rivers, averaged 7.1 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 41 regular-season games after arriving from Boston in a January trade. He became the first player in NBA history to be coached by his father. Aldrich averaged 5.5 points and 5.5 rebounds in 61 games last season for the Knicks, where he played for two years. The 26-year-old has played with Oklahoma City, Houston and Sacramento.

(5 p.m. ET): The NBA champion Warriors announced they finalized their deal with veteran guard Leandro Barbosa, signing the 32-year-old guard to a one-year, $2.5 million deal.

SUNDAY

(9:08 p.m. ET): The Oklahoma City Thunder have matched the offer sheet extended to center Enes Kanter by the Portland Trail Blazers, the Thunder announced. Kanter had received a $70 million maximum contract offer from Portland, Yahoo Sports reports. 

(8:24 p.m. ET): The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to a deal with former No. 1 pick Andrea Bargnani. Bargnani spent the last two seasons with the Knicks. He has struggled with injuries and appeared in just 29 games last season, averaging 14.8 points.

SATURDAY

● The Brooklyn Nets released point guard Deron Williams, the two sides reportedly reaching a buyout agreement on the final two years and $43.3 million remaining on Williams’ contract. Williams, a 10-year veteran, is expected to sign a two-year deal with the Mavericks in the $10 million range, according to ESPN.

(10:30 p.m. ET): Wilson Chandler and the Nuggets have agreed to a four-year, $46 million extension, Yahoo Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported.

(10 p.m. ET): Undrafted Kentucky star Aaron Harrison has agreed to a two-year deal with the Hornets, Wojnarowski reported.

(9 p.m. ET): The Jazz are finalizing a three-year deal with Euro center Tibor Pleiss, Wojnarowski reported.

(4:03 p.m. ET): Pacers acquiring forward Chase Budinger from Timberwolves for forward Damjan Rudez, Wojnarowski reported.

(1:20 a.m. ET): The Brooklyn Nets signed veteran guard Wayne Ellington.

FRIDAY

(8:28 p.m. ET): Sacramento sent Nik Stauskas, Carl Landry and Jason Thompson to the 76ers for the draft rights to international players Arturas Gudaitis and Luka Mitrovic, and future draft considerations.

(6:02 p.m. ET): Dwyane Wade finalized his deal to stay in Miami, and Amar’e Stoudemire is joining the Heat. Wade signed his $20 million, one-year contract Friday to stay with the Heat, that deal getting closed around the same time Stoudemire completed a physical and an interview before signing a one-year deal for around $1.4 million.

(5:26 p.m. ET): The Memphis Grizzlies have signed first-round draft pick Jarell Martin. The team announced the signing Friday without disclosing terms of the deal. 

(5:24 p.m. ET): The Orlando Magic have signed first-round draft pick Mario Hezonja. General manager Rob Hennigan announced the deal Friday. Terms were not disclosed.

(2:55 p.m. ET): Forward Caron Butler agrees to two-year deal with Kings, Yahoo Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported.

(2:43 p.m. ET): Forward LeBron James signs two-year deal with Cavaliers. Deal includes player option for second season.  

(11:17 a.m. ET): The New Orleans Pelicans sign forward Alonzo Gee to a two-year, $2.75 million deal with a player option for the second year, Wojnarowski reported.

THURSDAY

(11:52 p.m. ET): The Phoenix Suns have reached a one-year, $5.5 million contract with forward Mirza Teletovic, The Associated Press reported.

(11:04 p.m. ET): Joel Anthony has agreed to a two-year, $5 million contract to stay with the Detroit Pistons, The Associated Press reports.

(10:53 p.m. ET): The Utah Jazz have signed Brazilian point guard Raul Neto to a multi-year contract — three years for $2.8 million, Yahoo Sports/FOX Sports 1 Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported.

(9:53 p.m. ET): The Dallas Mavericks announced that they acquired center Zaza Pachulia from the Milwaukee Bucks for a future second-round pick.

(8:50 p.m. ET): The Wizards signed Gary Neal, acquired Jared Dudley from Milwaukee and agreed to terms with swingman Alan Anderson, who will help replace what was lost when Paul Pierce decided to join the Los Angeles Clippers. Washington also brought back forward Drew Gooden on a one-year deal.

(8:08 p.m. ET): The Los Angeles Lakers officially acquired two-time All-Star center Roy Hibbert from the Indiana Pacers in exchange for a future second-round draft pick.

(7:34 p.m. ET): Center Tyson Chandler signed a four-year, $52 million contract with the Phoenix Suns.

(7:27 p.m. ET): Kevin Garnett will get paid $8 million per season over the two-year contract he has agreed to with the Minnesota Timberwolves, a person with knowledge of the agreement told The Associated Press.

(6:22 p.m. ET): Damian Lillard and the Blazers completed the five-year contract extension worth more than $120 million that they agreed to last week. The team also announced its deals with free agents Al-Farouq Aminu and Ed Davis and held news conferences for all three in Portland.

(5:22 p.m. PT): Jordan Hill has agreed to sign with the Pacers, according to reports.

(4:35 p.m. ET): The Lakers signed guard Lou Williams to a multiyear deal. The deal is reportedly for three years and $21 million. The team also signed forward Brandon Bass and second-round draft pick Anthony Brown.

(4:32 p.m. ET): The Wizards acquired forward Jared Dudley from the Bucks for a protected future second-round pick.

(4:11 p.m. ET): The Hawks re-signed forward Paul Millsap to a reported three-year, $58.9 million deal.

(3:37 p.m. ET): The Spurs announced the signing of forward LaMarcus Aldridge, reportedly for four years and $80 million.

(3:24 p.m. ET): Thunder center Enes Kanter signed a four-year, $70 million offer sheet with the Blazers, Wojnarowski reported. Kanter is a restricted free agent and the Thunder have until Sunday to match it.

(3:09 p.m. ET): The Warriors signed forward Draymond Green to a five-year, $82 million deal.

(2:53 p.m. ET): Tim Duncan signed a two-year, $10 million deal with the Spurs, Wojnarowski reported

(2:36 p.m. ET): The Pistons officially acquired forward Marcus Morris, guard Reggie Bullock and forward-guard Danny Granger from the Suns. The move was reported last week.

(2:03 p.m. ET): The Hawks completed a trade with the Spurs for center Tiago Splitter. Atlanta sends draft rights to forward Georgios Printezis and a future second-round pick to San Antonio.

(12:57 p.m. ET): Center Greg Monroe signed with the Bucks. Monroe reportedly agreed to a three-year, $50 million deal.

(12:35 p.m. ET): The Heat announced the signing of Goran Dragic. Deal is reportedly for five years and $86 million.

(12:29 p.m. ET): Forward Brandon Wright signed with the Grizzlies. Terms were not released but the deal reportedly is for three years and $18 million.

(12:17 p.m. ET): Forward DeMarre Carroll signed with the Raptors. Carroll reportedly agreed to a four-year, $60 million deal.

(12:13 p.m. ET): The Magic signed guard C.J. Watson. Terms were not disclosed.

(12:07 p.m. ET): The Bulls announced the signing of guard Jimmy Butler. Terms were not released but the deal is reportedly for five years and $90 million.

(11:45 a.m. ET): The Pelicans announced the signing of forward Anthony Davis. Terms were not released but the deal is reportedly for five years and $145 million.

(11:30 a.m. ET): The Knicks announced the signings of center Robin Lopez, guards Arron Afflalo and Kyle O’Quinn and forward Derrick Williams.

LATEST FROM THE NBA

(11:12 a.m. ET): The Raptors released guard Luke Ridnour.

(8:59 a.m. ET): Forward Gerald Green agreed to a one-year deal with the Heat, Wojnarowski reported. Here’s the story from FOX Sports Florida.

(8:06 a.m. ET): The Nets reached an agreement with guard Wayne Ellington.

(1:30 a.m. ET): The Spurs have agreed to send a second-round pick to the Kings for Ray McCallum, ESPN reports.

(1 a.m. ET): Luis Scola announces he’s joining the Raptors, on a one-year, $3 million deal, Wojnarowski reports.

(12:04 a.m. ET): DeAndre Jordan signs a four-year, $87 million deal with the Clippers days after agreeing to a four-year deal with Mavericks.  

WEDNESDAY

(9:36 p.m. ET): Jeremy Lin announced via Instagram he will be joining the Charlotte Hornets, reportedly on a two-year, $4 million deal.

(9:16 p.m. ET): The NBA salary cap was set Wednesday for next season at $70 million, a higher-than-expected number that paves the way for free agent contracts to be signed.

The league said the cap increased by 11 percent from last season’s $63.1 million and the 2015-16 cap will be the highest ever — though it will be shattered next summer. It had been projected to come in closer to $67 million until recently.

(3:48 p.m. ET): The Phoenix Suns have reached contract agreements with shooting guard Sonny Weems and point guard Ronnie Price, a person with knowledge of the situation told the AP on Wednesday.

JULY 7

(6:13 p.m. ET): From the Associated Press: Free-agent shooting guard Alan Anderson has agreed to a $4 million, one-year contract with the Washington Wizards that should become official later this week.

(5:06 p.m. ET): NBA center Marc Gasol has confirmed that he will sign a new five-year contract with the Memphis Grizzlies.

The 30-year-old free agent tells Spanish media he will stay at Memphis, as The Associated Press reported on Monday.

(3:48 p.m. ET): The Celtics acquire forward David Lee from the Warriors for swingman Gerald Wallace, according to The Associated Press.

(2:24 p.m. ET): Guard Aaron Brooks agrees to one-year deal with Bulls, according to reports.

(2:15 p.m. ET): Clippers agree to minimum deal with forward Wes Johnson, according to USA Today.

(2:02 p.m. ET): Forward Charlie Villanueva agrees to deal with the Mavericks, according to ESPN.

(11:30 a.m. ET): Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett agreed to two-year deal, according to The Associated Press.

(9:51 a.m. ET): Forward Kevin Garnett will return to Timberwolves, telling KSTP "I’m incredibly excited and rejuvenated to be a part of this talented, committed team."

(12:15 a.m. ET): The Golden State Warriors and veteran guard Leandro Barbosa have agreed to a $2.5 million, one-year deal, The Associated Press reports.

JULY 6

(10:10 p.m. ET): Free-agent guard Mo Williams has reached agreement with the Cleveland Cavaliers on a two-year, $4.3 million deal, Wojnarowski reports.

(5:45 p.m. ET): J.J. Barea is sticking with the Dallas Mavericks, according to The Associated Press.

(5 p.m. ET): The Spurs reportedly will sign free agent David West to a veteran’s minimum deal, according to TNT’s David Aldridge. West played for the Indiana Pacers the past four years.

(4:30 p.m. ET): Free-agent center Marc Gasol reportedly will stay with the Memphis Grizzlies, according to Wojnarowski, citing league sources. Per Wojnarowski, the five-year deal is worth $100 million.

(4:02 p.m. ET): After a much-praised effort in the draft, the Minnesota Timberwolves went overseas to add some experience to their young roster.

(2 p.m. ET): More details have been reported on how DeAndre Jordan had some issues with Chris Paul that contributed to his decision to leave the Clippers in free agency.

(10 a.m. ET): San Antonio Spurs veteran Manu Ginobili announces he’ll be returning to the team next season.

(12:42 a.m. ET): Free-agent swingman Omri Casspi reached an agreement on a $6 million, two-year deal with the Sacramento Kings, a person with knowledge of the details told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. Casspi played for the Kings last season.

JULY 5

(10:15 p.m. ET): Restricted free-agent guard Reggie Jackson has agreed to a five-year, $80 million contract extension with the Detroit Pistons, FOX Sports 1/Yahoo! NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski reports.

(8:06 p.m. ET): The Mavericks are reportedly not done trying to acquire talent. Dallas is exploring sign-and-trade options to land Jeremy Lin from the Lakers, according to Wojnarowski.

(7:49 p.m. ET): The Lakers aren’t stopping with Lou Williams. A source told Yahoo! Sports that Brandon Bass, formerly of the Boston Celtics, intends to sign with L.A.

(4:57 p.m. ET): The Los Angeles Lakers have reached a deal with ex-Toronto Raptors guard Lou Williams, according to Yahoo Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski. The three-year agreement will be worth $21 million, Wojnarowski reports.

(4:48 p.m. ET): The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to trade for Brooklyn Nets guard Joe Johnson. The rumored swap would involve Brendan Haywood’s non-guaranteed $10.5 million salary for 2015-16 and potentially backup center Anderson Varejao, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reported.

JULY 4

(11:55 p.m. ET): The Sacramento Kings and center Kosta Koufos have agreed to a $33 million, four-year contract, The Associated Press reported.

(7 p.m. ET): The Clippers are looking at big men JaVale Magee and Amar’e Stoudemire, Wojnarowski reported.

(6 p.m. ET): The Knicks agreed to a four-year, $16 million deal with Kyle O’Quinn following a sign and trade with Orlando, Wojnarowski reported.

(4:41 p.m. ET): The Lakers and Pacers are finalizing a deal to send center Roy Hibbert to LA, Wojnarowski reported.

(1:42 p.m. ET): The Raptors have agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with center Bismack Biyombo, Wojnarowski reported.

(1:37 p.m. ET): The Cavaliers have taken a slight lead over Spurs for forward David West, Wojnarowski reported.

(1 p.m. ET): LaMarcus Aldridge tweeted that he’s joining the San Antonio Spurs, on a four-year, $80 million max deal, Wojnarowski reported. The deal includes a player option after the third year, according to the report.

(12:52 p.m. ET): Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich plans to coach out the five-year contract he signed last summer, according to ESPN.

(9:51 a.m. ET): The Magic agreed to a three-year, $15 million deal with guard C.J. Watson, Yahoo Sports reported.

JULY 3

(10:58 p.m. ET): Derrick Williams has agreed to terms with the Knicks on a two-year deal worth $10 million, The Associated Press reported.

(10:40 p.m. ET): Tobias Harris is re-signing with the Magic for four years and a reported $64 million, according to ESPN.

(7:30 p.m. ET): The Spurs and Suns have emerged as front-runners for LaMarcus Aldridge, Yahoo Sports/FOX Sports 1 NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported.

(7:20 p.m. ET): Point guard Rajon Rondo agrees to a one-year, $10 million deal with Sacramento Kings, Yahoo Sports’ Mark Spears reported.

(7 p.m. ET): Point guard Patrick Beverly agrees to a four-year, $23.4 million deal to stay with the Houston Rockets, his agent said.

(6:20 p.m. ET): Wing Corey Brewer agrees to a three-year, $24 million deal to remain with the Houston Rockets, Wojnarowski reported.

(4:38 p.m. ET): Free-agent center DeAndre Jordan has accepted a four-year, $80 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks, according to The Associated Press.

(3:18 p.m. ET): Guard Gary Neal agrees to a one-year, $2.1 million deal with the Wizards, Wojnarowski reported.

(2:36 p.m. ET): The Kings and guard Marco Bellinelli agree to a three-year, $19 million deal, according to reports.

(8:33 a.m. ET): The Lakers met with forward LaMarcus Aldridge for 90 minutes late Thursday and talked entirely about basketball, according to ESPN. After meeting with the Lakers, Aldridge sat down with Heat president Pat Riley, according to the report.

(1:13 a.m. ET): Guard Wesley Matthews and the Mavericks agreed on a four-year deal with financial terms that will depend on whether center DeAndre Jordan decides to join him in Dallas, The Associated Press reported.

(12 a.m. ET): Robin Lopez has committed to join the Knicks, provided that DeAndre Jordan doesn’t sign with the team, ESPN reported.

JULY 2

(11:52 p.m. ET): DeAndre Jordan is "truly 50-50" in weighing whether to re-sign with the Clippers or join the Mavericks, Wojnarowski reported.

(8:26 p.m. ET): The Wizards agreed to a deal for forward Jared Dudley from the Bucks in exchange for a future second-round draft pick, the Associated Press reported.

(5:57 p.m. ET): Wade and the Heat agreed to a one-year, $20 million deal after the team assured him that it still wants him as the face of the franchise.

(4:01 p.m. ET): The Lakers will get a second meeting with forward LaMarcus Aldridge and the Heat have emerged as a suitor, Wojnarowski reported.

(3:31 p.m. ET): Suns traded forward Marcus Morris, guard Reggie Bullock and forward Danny Granger to the Pistons for future draft picks, Wojnarowski reported.

(3:04 p.m. ET): Nets reached agreement on two-year deal with point guard Shane Larkin, Wojnarowski reported.

(2:46 p.m. ET): Trail Blazers agreed to three-year, $20 million deal with forward Ed Davis, Wojnarowski reported.

(2:09 p.m. ET): Tim Duncan told the San Antonio Express-News that he will be returning for a 19th season.  

(1:17 p.m. ET): Pistons agree to three-year, $20 million deal with center Aron Baynes, according to ESPN.

(1:10 p.m. ET): Guard Monta Ellis agreed to a four-year, $44 million with the Indiana Pacers with a player option after the third year, The Associated Press reported.

(1:07 p.m. ET): The Kings agreed to a multiyear deal with guard James Anderson, Yahoo Sports reported.

(12:17 p.m. ET): Hawks agreed to terms with international prospect Walter Tavares, a 7-3 center, Yahoo Sports reported.

(11:07 a.m. ET): The Bucks agreed to a three-year, $50 million deal with forward Greg Monroe, Wojnarowski reported. The deal includes a player option for the final year, according to the report.

(9 a.m. ET): The Knicks and Arron Afflalo agreed to a two-year, $16 million deal that includes a player option for the second year, according to ESPN.

(12:05 a.m. ET): Omer Asik will re-sign with New Orleans Pelicans, agreeing to a five-year, $44 million deal, according to reports.

JULY 1

(11:12 p.m. ET): The Sacramento Kings traded guard Nik Stauskas and forwards Jason Thompson and Carl Landry to the Philadelphia 76ers for the rights to overseas players in an attempt to clear cap space to pursue Rajon Rondo and Wes Matthews, Wojnarowski reported.

(11:02 p.m. ET): Draymond Green agrees to a five-year, $85 million deal to return to the Golden State Warriors.

(8:51 p.m. ET): Celtics, free-agent forward Jae Crowder agree to five-year, $35 million deal to return to Boston, according to reports.

(7:32 p.m. ET): The Cavaliers agreed to a four-year, $40 million contract with wing Iman Shumpert, Wojnarowski reported.

(7:24 p.m. ET): The Los Angeles Clippers have agree to a three-year contract worth about $10 million with veteran forward Paul Pierce, Wojnarowski reported.

(6:45 p.m. ET): Forward Paul Millsap reportedly agreed with the Atlanta Hawks for three years and $59 million, turning down a four-year, $80 million max contract offer from the Orlando Magic.

(4:39 p.m. ET): The Los Angeles Lakers are no longer in the running for free-agent power forward LaMarcus Aldridge, according to Los Angeles Times.

(3:47 p.m. ET): Jonas Jerebko agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Boston Celtics, according to USA Today.

(3:42 p.m. ET): Kyle Singler has agreed to a five-year, nearly $25M extension with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Wojnarowski reported

(3:38 p.m. ET): Amir Johnson agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal with the Celtics, Wojnarowski reported.

(3:32 p.m. ET): Forward Brandon Wright agrees to a three-year, $18 million deal with Memphis Grizzlies, according to Yahoo Sports.

(3:18 p.m. ET): Center Tyson Chandler agreed to four-year, $52 million deal with the Suns, Wojnarowski reported.

(3:14 p.m. ET): The Cavaliers are nearing a deal that will pay restricted free agent Tristan Thompson in excess of $80 million, according to ESPN.

(2:56 p.m. ET): The Phoenix Suns agreed to a five-year, $70 million deal with point guard Brandon Knight, Wojnarowski reported.

(2:41 p.m. ET): Kevin Love told the Players’ Tribune on Wednesday that he will return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The deal will be worth a maximum $110 million over five years, according to ESPN.

(2:23 p.m. ET): Jimmy Butler and the Chicago Bulls agreed to terms on a five-year maximum contract that could be worth $90 million, The Associated Press reported

(2:04 p.m. ET): Alexis Ajinca will return to the Pelicans, agreeing to a four-year, $20.5 million deal, according to multiple reports.

(12:10 p.m. ET): DeMarre Carroll agreed to a four-year, $60 million deal with the Toronto Raptors, according to The Associated Press

(11:52 a.m. ET): The Hawks aquired center Tiago Splitter from the San Antonio Spurs for a package of non-roster players, according to multiple reports.

(10:48 a.m. ET): The Milwaukee Bucks agreed to a five-year, $70 million deal to keep restricted free agent Khris Middleton, according to The Associated Press.

(10:15 a.m. ET): The Bulls agreed to a three-year, $14.4 million deal with forward Mike Dunleavy Jr., according to multiple reports. 

(9:50 a.m. ET): The Miami Heat reportedly have one of their free-agent guards under wraps, agreeing to a five-year, $90 million deal with Goran Dragic, Wojnarowski and other media reported.

(9:17 a.m. ET): The Portland Trail Blazers reportedly are nearing a 5-year, $120 million extension with point guard Damian Lillard.

(8:30 a.m. ET): Danny Green has agreed to a four-year, $45 million deal with the Spurs, according to The Associated Press.

(1:31 a.m. ET): The Pacers are making headway in talks with Monta Ellis, Wojnarowski reports, adding that Larry Bird is determined to close a deal with him.

(12:52 a.m. ET): The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to extensions with free agents Brook Lopez (3 years, $60M) and Thaddeus Young (4, $50M), Wojnarowski reported.

(12:29 a.m. ET): The Portland Trail Blazers agreed to a four-year, $30 million deal with Al-Farouq Aminu, Wojnarowski reported. Aminu, who came off the bench for Dallas last season, doubled his scoring in the playoffs (11.2 ppg) and should be a versatile defender for a team that ranked in the bottom third in points allowed and field goal percentage defense.

(12:11 a.m. ET): The San Antonio Spurs aim to do the same with Kawhi Leonard, Wojnarowski reported, with both sides agreeing to a five-year max extension that could be worth more than $90 million.

(12:04 a.m. ET): Forward Anthony Davis agreed to a five-year, $145 million max contract extension with the New Orleans Pelicans, a league source told Wojnarowski. Davis wasn’t set to become a free agent until after next season, but new coach Alvin Gentry and New Orleans moved swiftly to lock him up.