2019 NBA Free Agency Day 1 Recap

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The much anticipated NBA free agency started last night, and we had numerous interesting moves and trades, so check out the article below and see all the transactions from Day 1.

Kevin Durant 30 12 Golden State Warriors Brooklyn Nets 4-Yr $164M
Klay Thompson 29 8 Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 5-Yr $190M
Kyrie Irving 27 8 Boston Celtics Brooklyn Nets 4-Yr $141M
Jimmy Butler 29 9 Philadelphia 76ers Miami Heat Trade
Tobias Harris 26 8 Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia 76ers 5-Yr $180M
Khris Middleton 27 7 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 5-Yr $178M
Kristaps Porzingis 23 3 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 5-Yr $158M
Al Horford 33 12 Boston Celtics Philadelphia 76ers 4-Yr $97M
Kemba Walker 29 8 Charlotte Hornets Boston Celtics 4-Yr $141M
D’Angelo Russell 23 4 Brooklyn Nets Golden State Warriors 4-Yr $117M
Nikola Vucevic 28 8 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 4-Yr $100M
Malcolm Brogdon 26 3 Milwaukee Bucks Indiana Pacers 4-Yr $85M
Bojan Bogdanovic 30 5 Indiana Pacers Utah Jazz 4-Yr $73M
Brook Lopez 31 11 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 4-Yr $52M
Harrison Barnes 27 7 Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings 4-Yr $85M
Nikola Mirotic 28 5 Milwaukee Bucks Barcelona
Bobby Portis 24 4 Washington Wizards New York Knicks 2-Yr $31M
Thaddeus Young 31 12 Indiana Pacers Chicago Bulls 3-Yr $41M
Julius Randle 24 5 New Orleans Pelicans New York Knicks 3-Yr $63M
JJ Redick 35 13 Philadelphia 76ers New Orleans Pelicans 2-Yr $26.5M
Terrence Ross 28 7 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 4-Yr $54M
Ricky Rubio 28 8 Utah Jazz Phoenix Suns 3-Yr $51M
Patrick Beverley 30 7 Los Angeles Clippers Los Angeles Clippers 3-Yr $40M
Jonas Valanciunas 27 7 Memphis Grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies 3-Yr $45M
Thomas Bryant 21 2 Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 3-Yr $25M
Derrick Rose 30 10 Minnesota Timberwolves Detroit Pistons 2-Yr $15M
Al-Farouq Aminu 28 9 Portland Trail Blazers Portland Trail Blazers 3-Yr $29M
Jeremy Lamb 27 6 Charlotte Hornets Indiana Pacers 3-Yr $31.5M
Terry Rozier 25 4 Boston Celtics Charlotte Hornets 3-Yr $58M
Rodney Hood 26 5 Portland Trail Blazers Portland Trail Blazers 2-Yr $16M
Trevor Ariza 34 15 Washington Wizards Sacramento Kings 2-Yr $25M
DeAndre Jordan 30 11 New York Knicks Brooklyn Nets 4-Yr $40M
Dewayne Dedmon 29 6 Atlanta Hawks Sacramento Kings 3-Yr $40M
Robin Lopez 31 11 Chicago Bulls Milwaukee Bucks 2-Yr $9.8M
Rudy Gay 32 13 San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs 2-Yr $32M
Mike Scott 30 7 Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia 76ers 2-Yr $9.8M
Reggie Bullock 28 6 Los Angeles Lakers New York Knicks 2-Yr $21M
Ed Davis 30 9 Brooklyn Nets Utah Jazz 2-Yr $10M
Danuel House 26 3 Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 3-Yr $11.1M
Dwight Powell 27 5 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 3-Yr $33M
Darren Collison 31 10 Indiana Pacers Retired
Garrett Temple 33 9 Los Angeles Clippers Brooklyn Nets 2-Yr $10M
DeMarre Carroll 32 10 Brooklyn Nets San Antonio Spurs 2-Yr $13M
Jamal Murray 22 3 Denver Nuggets Denver Nuggets 5-Yr $170M
Damian Lillard 28 7 Portland Trail Blazers Portland Trail Blazers 4-Yr $196M
George Hill 33 11 Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks 3-Yr $29M
Taj Gibson 34 10 Minnesota Timberwolves New York Knicks 2-Yr $20M
Derrick Favors 27 9 Utah Jazz New Orleans Pelicans
Kelly Olynyk 28 6 Miami Heat Dallas Mavericks Trade
Derrick Jones 22 3 Miami Heat Dallas Mavericks Trade
Mike Muscala 28 6 Los Angeles Lakers Oklahoma City Thunder
Andre Iguodala 35 15 Golden State Warriors Memphis Grizzlies Trade

Teams spent more than $3 billion on the first day of the NBA Free agency, and although most of the free agents already found their new-old teams, we’re still expecting more deals until the July 6th when the window shuts down.

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