With the official start of the 2017-18 NBA season beginning on July 1st, 2017, it is once again time for our annual NBA offseason tracker. This will include all moves that were announced from July 30th forward (so this list will not include the trades of Chris Paul, Brook Lopez, Dwight Howard, or any deals from the 2017 NBA Draft). All sources for the deals are from ESPN.com and Hoopsrumors.com, and all deals will not be made official until July 6th, 2017:

– Minnesota Timberwolves trade PG Ricky Rubio to the Utah Jazz for Oklahoma City’s 2018 first round pick (top 14 protected).

– Indiana Pacers trade SF Paul George to the Thunder for SG Victor Oladipo and PF Domantas Sabonis.

– Los Angeles Clippers resign PF Blake Griffin; Five years, $173 million.

– Golden State Warriors resign PG Stephen Curry (Five years, $201 million), and PG Shaun Livingston (Three years, $24 million)

– Chicago Bulls resign PF/C Cristiano Felicio; Four years, $32 million

– Milwaukee Bucks resign SG Tony Snell; $46 million

– T’Wolves sign PG Jeff Teague; Three years $57 million

– Spurs resign PG Patty Mills; Four years, $50 million

– New York Knicks resign PG Ron Baker; Two years; $8.9 million

– New Orleans Pelicans resign PG Jrue Holiday; Five years, $126 million

– Warriors resign PF David West; One year, veteran minimum

– Detroit Pistons sign G Langston Galloway; Three years, $21 million

– Philadelphia 76ers sign SG JJ Redick; One year, $23 million

– Charlotte Hornets sign PG Michael Carter-Williams; One year, $2.7 million

– 76ers sign PF Amir Johnson; One year, $11 million

– Cleveland Cavaliers sign PG Jose Calderon; One year, veteran minimum

– Utah Jazz resign SF Joe Ingles; Four years, $52 million

– Warriors resign SF Andre Iguodala; Three years, $48 million

– Houston Rockets sign SF PJ Tucker; Four years, $32 million

– Toronto Raptors resign PF Serge Ibaka; Three years, $65 million

– T’Wolves sign PF Taj Gibson; Two years, $28 million

– Washington Wizards sign SG Jodie Meeks; Two years, $7 million

– Cavaliers resign G/F Kyle Korver; Three years, $22 million

– Rockets resign PF/C Nene; Three years, $11 million

– Raptors resign PG Kyle Lowry; Three years, $100 million

– Bulls sign SG Justin Holiday; Two years, $9 million

– Memphis Grizzles sign SG Ben McLemore; Two years, $10.7 million

– Denver Nuggets sign F Paul Millsap; Three years, $90 million

– Warriors resign F Kevin Durant; Two years, $53 million

– Pacers sign PG Darren Collison; Two years, $20 million

– Phoenix Suns sign G Mike James

– Washington Wizards sign F Mike Scott; One year, veterans minimum

– Sacramento Kings sign PF Zach Randolph (Two years, $24 million) and PG George Hill (Three years, $57 million)

– Warriors sign SF Omri Casspi; One year, veterans minimum

– Boston Celtics sign SF Gordon Heyward; Four years, $127.9 million

– In a three-team trade, The Los Angeles Clippers receive SF Danilo Gallinari in a sign-and-trade with the Nuggets (Three years, $65 million), the Nuggets receive a second round pick from the Hawks (Wizards 2019 second round pick), and the Atlanta Hawks receive SG Jamal Crawford, C Diamond Stone, cash, and the Thunder’s 2018 first round pick from the Clippers.

– Thunder sign PF Patrick Patterson; Three years, $16.4 million

– Warriors sign G/F Nick Young; One year, $5.2 million

– Miami Heat resign SG Dion Waiters; Four years, $52 million

– Thunder resign SG Andre Roberson; Three years, $30 million

– Clippers sign PG Milos Teodosic; Two years, $12.3 million

– Brooklyn Nets sign SF Otto Porter to a four year, $106.5 million offer sheet (Wizards match offer)

– Heat sign PF/C Kelly Olynyk; Four year, $50 million

– Kings sign SF Vince Carter; One year, $8 million

– Dallas Mavericks resign PF Dirk Nowitzki; Two year, $10 million

– San Antonio Spurs sign SF Rudy Gay; Two years, $17 million

– Heat resign F James Jonhson; Four years, $60 million

– New York Knicks sign G/F Tim Hardaway, Jr. to a four year, $71 million offer sheet (Hawks decline to match)

– Heat trade PF Josh McRoberts, a 2023 second round pick and cash to the Mavericks for C AJ Hammons

– Celtics trade G Avery Bradley and a 2019 second round pick to the Pistons for F Marcus Morris

– Hawks resign F/C Mike Muscala; Two years, $10 million

– Grizzles sign G/F Tyreke Evans; One year, $3.3 million

– Pacers sign G/F Bojan Bogdanovic; Two years, $21 million

– Thunder sign PG Raymond Felton; One year, veteran minimum

– Warriors resign C Zaza Pachulia; One year, $3.5 million

– Orlando Magic sign PG Shelvin Mack; Two years, $12 million

– Cavaliers sign F Jeff Green; One year, $2.3 million

– Rockets sign G James Harden to four year extension that begins in 2019/20, contract will be for 35% of team’s salary cap, approximately worth $170 million

– Hawks buyout and release G Jamal Crawford, who then signs with T’Wolves for one year, $4.3 million

– Raptors trade G/F DeMarre Carroll and a first and second round pick in 2018 to the Nets for F/C Jordan Hamilton, Raptors waive Hamilton

– Raptors trade PG Cory Joseph to Pacers for the draft rights to F Emir Preldzic

– Celtics sign C Aron Baynes; One year, $4.3 million

– Phoenix Suns resign PF Alan William; Three years, $17 million

– Spurs gin PF/C Joffrey Lauvergne; Two years

– Pistons resign G Reggie Bullock; Two years, $5 million

– Pistons sign SF Anthony Tolliver; One year, $3.3 million

– Hawks sign C Dewayne Dedmon; Two years, $14 million

– Los Angeles Lakers sign SG Kentavious Caldwell-Pope; One year, $18 million

– Jazz sign G/F Thabo Sefolosha; Two years, $10.5 million

– Jazz sign F Jonas Jerebko; Two years, $8.2 million

– Jazz sign PF/C Ekpe Udoh; Two years, $6.5 million

– Hawks resign F Ersan Ilyasova; One year, $6 million

– Raptors sign G/F CJ Miles; Three years, $24 million

– Thuder resign PF/C Nick Collison; One year

– Magic sign G/F Jonathon Simmons; Three years, $20 million

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