2019 NBA Free Agency Day 2 Recap

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The much anticipated NBA free agency started a couple of days ago, and after experiencing a turbulent opening day, the second one wasn’t that stormy, but we still had some significant moves and deals. Check out the full recap of the NBA Free Agency Day 2.

NAME AGE EXP (YRS) OLD TEAM NEW TEAM CONTRACT
Cory Joseph 27 8 Indiana Pacers Sacramento Kings 3-Yr $37M
Tomas Satoransky 27 3 Washington Wizards Chicago Bulls Trade
Wayne Ellington 31 10 Detroit Pistons New York Knicks 2-Yr $16M
Michael Carter-Williams 27 6 Orlando Magic Orlando Magic 1-Yr N/A
Hassan Whiteside 30 7 Miami Heat Portland Trail Blazers Trade
Mo Harkless 26 7 Portland Trail Blazers Miami Heat Trade
Meyers Leonard 27 7 Portland Trail Blazers Miami Heat Trade
Seth Curry 28 5 Portland Trail Blazers Dallas Mavericks 4-Yr $32M
Austin Rivers 26 7 Houston Rockets Houston Rockets 2-Yr N/A
Troy Daniels 27 6 Phoenix Suns Los Angeles Lakers 1-Yr $2.1M
Elfrid Payton 25 5 New Orleans Pelicans New York Knicks 2-Yr $16M
Maxi Kleber 27 2 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 4-Yr $35M
Enes Kanter 27 8 Portland Trail Blazers Boston Celtics 2-Yr $10M
J.J. Barea 35 13 Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks 1-Yr N/A
Richaun Holmes 25 4 Phoenix Suns Sacramento Kings 2-Yr $10M
Wesley Matthews 32 10 Indiana Pacers Milwaukee Bucks 1-Yr N/A
Frank Kaminsky 26 4 Charlotte Hornets Phoenix Suns 2-Yr $10M
Mo Harkless 26 7 Miami Heat Los Angeles Clippers Trade
Nerlens Noel 25 5 Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City Thunder N/A
Jordan Bell 24 2 Golden State Warriors Minnesota Timberwolves 1-Yr $1.6M
Kevon Looney 23 4 Golden State Warriors Golden State Warriors 3-Yr $15M
Alec Burks 27 8 Sacramento Kings Oklahoma City Thunder N/A
Isaiah Thomas 30 8 Denver Nuggets Washington Wizards 1-Yr N/A
Anthony Tolliver 34 11 Minnesota Timberwolves Portland Trail Blazers 1-Yr $2.6M
Kyle O’Quinn 29 7 Indiana Pacers Philadelphia 76ers 1-Yr N/A

The Day 2 of the 2019 NBA free agency wasn’t exciting as Day 1, but with a few days before the free agency window closes, there are still some big moves expected. We are all patiently waiting to see what will happens with the NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard.

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