NBA Free Agency remains in full swing, with several top players still unsigned. The top player is still Gordon Hayward, who is expected to make his decision today. Here are all the latest NBA free agency rumors and news that you need to know:
Danilo Gallinari Sign-And-Trade
Gaillinari is on the verge of becoming a member of the Los Angeles Clippers, thanks to a rare double sign-and-trade. Adrian Wojnarowski has the details over at ESPN, and there below.
Clippers Get: Danilo Gallinari (from DEN)
Nuggets Get: Paul Millsap (from ATL), compensation (exact details unclear)
Hawks Get: Jamal Crawford, Diamond Stone and 1st round pick (all from LAC)
The Hawks could and Nuggets could be in line for more pieces as well. Denver doesn't need to do a sign-and-trade for Millsap, but the Clippers had to. Crawford will likely be waived after the trade. Gallinari will get a three-year, $65 million deal from Los Angeles.
Gordon Hayward Decision
Much like Kevin Durant last year, Hayward will make his decision on July 4th.
Gordon Hayward will sleep on his decision to go to Utah, Boston, or Miami, I'm told. Another July 4 declaration it is...— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) July 4, 2017
It's a toss up between those three teams. The Jazz are the only team Hayward has played for and can offer him the most money. The Heat have no income tax and the presence of Pat Riley. The Celtics are the best team of the bunch and have Hayward's college coach in Brad Stevens.
Derrick Rose Update
The injury-prone PG is in talks with the Milwaukee Bucks and reportedly wants to play for them.
Told by a Rose confidante that the veteran guard "wants to be in Milwaukee.'' Bucks will have to make a trade to accommodate him, though.— Gery Woelfel (@GeryWoelfel) July 4, 2017
The Knicks had interest in re-signing Rose, but are also open to a sign-and-trade. It's still unclear what the Bucks would send to New York to pull off a deal.
Here's a running tally of the all the deals that have been signed. We've only included the ones with the money value known.
Jose Calderon: 1 year, $2.39 million with Cavs
Michael Carter-Williams: 1 year, $2.7 million with Hornets
Darren Collins: 2 years, $20 million with Pacers
Stephen Curry: 5 years, $201 million with Warriors
Cristiano Felicio: 4 years, $32 million with Bulls
Langston Galloway: 3 years, $21 million with Pistons
Taj Gibson: 2 years, $28 million with Timberwolves
Blake Griffin: 5 years, $172.4 million with Clippers
Nene Hilario: 3 years, $10.954 million with Rockets
Jrue Holiday: 5 years, $126 million with Pelicans
Justin Holiday: 2 years, $9 million with Bulls
Serge Ibaka: 3 years, $56 million with Raptors
Andre Iguodala: 3 years, $48 million with Warriors
Joe Ingels: 4 years, $52 million with Jazz
Amir Johnson: 1 year, $11 million with 76ers
Kyle Korver: 3 years, $22 million with Cavs
Shaun Livingston: 3 years, $24 million with Warriors
Kyle Lowry: 3 years, $100 million with Raptors
Ben McLemore: 2 years, $10.644 million with Grizzlies
Jodie Meeks: 2 years, $6.745 million with Wizards
Patrick Mills: 4 years, $50 million with Spurs
Paul Millsap: 3 years, $90 million with Nuggets
Tony Snell: 4 years, $46 million with Bucks
J.J. Redick: 1 year, $23 million with 76ers
Jeff Teague: 3 years, $57 million with Timberwolves
P.J. Tucker: 4 years, $32 million with Rockets
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