Free Agency NBA 2022 : listing complet des rumeurs, trades et signatures

complete list of rumors, trades and signatures

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Throughout the 2022 NBA Free Agency, we will be updating daily. You will be able to see all the rumours, trades and signatures of this off-season which promises to be totally crazy. The biggest moves and most important hallway noises of this NBA Free Agency will contain a link to the full news.

As a reminder, the agreements are only verbal until the end of the moratorium, the date from which they can be signed.

In addition, you can find our complete guide to Free Agency team by team here.

  • TJ Warren engages with the Brooklyn Nets, who act as if KD and Kyrie were there at the start…
  • Gorgui Dieng joins the San Antonio Spurs for a year, he who had already briefly worn their jersey in 2021
  • Mavs couldn’t afford Cavs talent Collin Sexton in “sign-and-trade”.
  • Lakers winger LeBron James would push to get the Nets point guard back Kyrie Irving.
  • The Nets would not have the will to sacrifice Joe Harris in a Durant or Irving trade.
  • As the other contenders skate, Phoenix remains on pole for the trade of Kevin Durant
  • Some of the biggest remaining free agents are waiting to see where they go Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to make a decision, after Keith Smith.
  • The Thunder intend to cut Isaiah Robywho will therefore be a free agent and who should be of interest to several teams.
  • Goran Dragic joins the Bulls for a 2.9 million year-over-year season.
  • The Warriors, like the majority of teams in the NBA, are among the franchises interested in Kevin Durantd‘after ESPN’s Marc J Spears.
  • Sam Hauser agreed to extend to the Celtics for three seasons at $6 million.
  • Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets are seriously discussing a trade around Kyrie Irving and of Russell Westbrook.
  • The Phoenix Suns have signed Josh Okogie for one year.
  • The Atlanta Hawks sent inside Jock Landale to the Phoenix Suns for cash.
  • Cody Martin returns to the Hornets on a 4-year, $32 million lease.
  • Darius Garland agreed to a 5-year, $193 million contract extension with the Cavaliers. It could go up to 231 million dollars in the event of selection in an All-NBA Team next season.
  • Bismack Biyombo agreed to a new contract at the Suns.
  • Bryn Forbes, the Nuggets shooter, flies to Minnesota. Details are not yet known.
  • Damion Leebrother-in-law of Stephen Curry, leaves Golden State and signs in Phoenix for one year.
  • Jalen Smith agreed to a new two-year contract at the Pacers.
  • Donte DiVincenzo agreed to a two-year, $9.3 million contract with the Warriors.
  • Luke Kornet agreed to re-sign to the Celtics for two seasons.
  • The Jazz intends to build a new workforce around Donovan Mitchell after the transfer of Rudy Gobert. Deandre Ayton would be one of their targets.
  • Raúl Neto accepted a contract with the Cavaliers.
  • The Jazz receives Malik Beasley, Patrick Beverly, Walker Kessler, Jarred Vanderbilt, Leandro Bolmarothree unprotected first round drafts (2023, 2025, 2027), one top-5 protected first round draft (2029), and one pick swap in 2026.
  • BLOCKBUSTER TRADE: Rudy Gobert is transferred to the Timberwolves against a huge package.
  • The Warriors managed to secure Kevin looney over three years for $25.5 million.
  • Derrick Jones Jr. agreed to re-sign to the Bulls for $6.6 million over two years.
  • Daniel Theis, Aaron Nesmith, Nik Stauskas, Malik Fitts, Juwan Morgan and a 2023 first-round Draft go to Indiana in exchange for Brogdon.
  • Malcolm Brogdon leaves to the Celtics in a transfer. A masterstroke from Brad Stevens.
  • The Hawks transfer Kevin Hurter to the Kings in exchange for Justin Holiday, Mo Harkless and a protected first-round pick. Sacramento continues its strong momentum.
  • Robin Lopez leaves for the Cavaliers for at least one year veteran.
  • Drew Eubanks returns to the Blazers for another season.
  • John Wall will sign for $13.2 million over two years to the Clippers.
  • Jusuf Nurkic agreed to a four-year, $70 million contract with the Blazers. An expected operation, but above all very consistent!
  • Zach LaVine stay with the Bulls! The fullback has agreed to a new five-year, $215 million deal with a player option for the final season. Very reassuring news for Chicago.
  • Danilo Gallinari intends to sign with the Celtics for $13 million over two years after being cut by the Spurs. A very interesting recruitment for Boston.
  • Otto Porter Jr. agreed to a two-year contract with the Raptors, with a player option on the second season.
  • Theo Pisonthe Dallas bench cheerleader, has agreed to re-sign to the Mavericks for one season.
  • Aaron Holiday flies to the Hawks for one season.
  • bowl bowl agreed to sign a new two-year contract at the Magic.
  • Mitchell Robinson agreed to re-sign to the Knicks on a four-year contract for 60 million.
  • Bruce Brown leaves for the Nuggets for $13 million over two years. A great operation for Denver!
  • Ricky Rubio returns to the Cleveland Cavaliers, for $18.4 million over 3 years.
  • Jackpot for Zion Williamson : Despite the injuries, the New Orleans Pelicans still see him as the centerpiece of their future and offer him a max contract extension of 5 years and $231 million!
  • Rumor: Joel Embiid would have asked the Sixers to do everything to recruit Kevin Durant.
  • Gary Payton II finalizes a new agreement with the Blazers, for three seasons at 23 million dollars
  • Ja Morant agreed to a contract extension to the Grizzlies, for 193 million over five years.
  • Karl Anthony Towns signs huge extension at Wolves: $224 million over four years.
  • Mike Muscala agreed to re-sign to the Thunder for at least one veteran season.
  • Andre Drummond agreed to a two-year, $6.6 million contract with the Bulls. A logical choice, but intriguing.
  • As expected, Jalen Brunson finally accepted the offer of the Knicks, for 104 million over four years.
  • The Heat are preparing to make an aggressive offer to the Jazz for Donovan Mitchell.
  • Delon Wright comes to the Wizards for two seasons at $16 million.
  • Kyle Anderson joins Wolves for 18.5 million over two years, a move that makes a lot of sense for both sides.
  • Gary Harris stays with the Magic for two seasons at 26 million. A real surprise!
  • Kevin Knox joined the Pistons for $6 million over two years. A good bet for the reconstruction of Detroit.
  • Kyrie Irving would be the number 1 target for the Lakers and Los Angeles would be ready to go All-In to recover it.
  • Anthony Gill agreed to a two-year contract with the Wizards.
  • James Harden and the Sixers will wait until the weekend to negotiate his next contract.
  • Juan Toscano Anderson agreed to join the Lakers.
  • JaVale McGee leaves to the Mavericks for $20.1 million over three years.
  • Danilo Gallinari, cut by the Spurs, would hesitate between the Bulls and the Celtics.
  • The athletic kingpin Nic Claxton re-sign to the Nets for $20 million over two years!
  • Troy Brown Jr. will sign with the Lakers for at least one season.
  • Lonnie Walker IV joined the Los Angeles Lakers for 1 year and 6.5 million.
  • Jae’Sean Tate will play for the Rockets again, he will sign for 22.1 million over 3 years. A great deal for Houston.
  • Patty Mills stays with the Brooklyn Nets for 2 years and $15.5 million.
  • Marvin Bagley III returns to Detroit for 3 years and 37 million dollars.
  • Thaddeus Young is suing the Toronto Raptors for $16 million over two years.
  • Trevelin Queen, the G League MVP, and the Sixers have reached an agreement. We don’t know the details.
  • Dewayne Dedmond remains at the Miami Heat, with a contract of 9 million dollars over 2 years.
  • Amir Coffeereturns there to the Clippers (3-year contract).
  • Lu sleeps and the Thunder agree on a long-term deal of 5 years and 87.5 million
  • the big man Mo Bamba remains at the Orlando Magic, he will sign a 2-year contract and 21 million dollars.
  • davon reed will return to the Denver Nuggets for two years.
  • Damian Jones will play for the Los Angeles Lakers on a two-year contract.
  • Raptors re-sign chris butcher for $35.25 million over 3 years, Toronto keeps its circle protector!
  • Tyus Jones returns to Memphis on a 2-year contract.
  • Wes Matthews (1 year) and Jevon Carter (4.6M/2 years) will be Bucks.
  • Daniel House and the Sixers agreed to a 2-year, $8.5 million contract.
  • Joe Ingles will join the Bucks for 1 year.
  • Isaiah Hartenstein joined New York for 16 million over 2 years, a smart signing for the Knicks.
  • Victor Oladipo continues with the Miami Heat. The two parties have agreed to a one-year, $9 million contract.
  • Bobby Portis re-signed to the Milwaukee Bucks for 4 years and $49 million.
  • Nicholas Batum stays at the Clippers, with a two-year contract and 21 million dollars, a great deal for the Frenchman!
  • Sacramento Kings sign former Laker Malik Monk for 20 million over two years, according to Marc Stein.
  • P.J. Tucker will sign with the Sixers for $33.2 million over 3 years.
  • DeAndre Jordan should sign with the Denver Nuggets according to Shams Charania.
  • Portland Trail Blazers extend Anfernee Simons for $100 million over 4 years.
  • Bradley Beal stays with the Washington Wizards for $251 million over 5 years. The back made the choice of money.
  • Devin Booker and the Phoenix Suns complete a massive 4-year deal for $214 million.
  • Without surprise, Nikola Jokic signs the biggest contract in history!
  • Zach LaVine and the Bulls have planned to meet at the Free Agency opener, but he is not expected to make an immediate decision.
  • Lakers ready to trade for Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant ? Brian Windhorst assures that if the two Nets were to be traded together, the Lakers could be a potential destination.
  • San Antonio Spurs rescind qualifying offer lonnie walkerwhich becomes an unrestricted free agent.
  • Verbal agreement : Jalen Brunson is expected to sign a 4-year, $100 million contract with the New York Knicks.
  • Released by Spurs, Danilo Gallinari will be a free agent. He would interest the Bulls, the Heat and the Celtics.
  • According to Jake Fisher, the Brooklyn Nets might want Devin Booker Where Bam Adebayo to send Kevin Durant the Suns or Miami, his two favorite destinations.
  • Juancho Hernangomez released by the Utah Jazz
  • Following the announcement of the intention to leave Kevin Durantinsider Adrian Wojnarowski, believes it is likely that Kyrie Irving won’t play for the Nets again either.
  • Huge Bomb: Kevin Durant asks for his departure from the Brooklyn Nets. His preferred destinations would be the Heat and the Suns.
  • 5 teams interested in P.J. Tucker : Sixers, Hawks, Wolves, Bulls and Nets, according to The Athletic.
  • The Sixers let it be known that Tobias Harris is available.

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