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2015 NBA Free Agency




| 2015

Looking at 2015 NBA free agency. This page has a list of NBA free agency results so far; players who have agreed to deals.

Key 2015 NBA free agent dates:
July 1-8: Teams can negotiate deals with free agents.
July 9 and on: Teams can actually sign free agents

Free agent players who have not found deals yet are listed on our NBA free agents page.

According to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, these are the players who have agreed to deals:

UPDATED JULy 23, 2015

Quincy Acy (Kings), Arron Afflalo (Knicks), Alexis Ajinca (Pelicans), Cole Aldrich (Clippers), LaMarcus Aldridge (Spurs), Lavoy Allen (Pacers), Al-Farouq Aminu (Trail Blazers), Lou Amundson (Knicks), Alan Anderson (Wizards), Joel Anthony (Pistons). Pero Antic (Turkey), Darrell Arthur (Nuggets), Omer Asik (Pelicans), Luke Babbitt (Pelicans), Leandro Barbosa (Warriors), J. J. Barea (Mavericks), Andrea Bargnani (Nets), Will Barton (Nuggets), Brandon Bass (Lakers), Aron Baynes (Pistons), Marco Belinelli (Kings), Patrick Beverley (Rockets), Bismack Biyombo (Raptors), Matt Bonner (Spurs), Corey Brewer (Rockets), Aaron Brooks (Bulls), Caron Butler (Kings), Jimmy Butler (Bulls), Nick Calathes (Greece), DeMarre Carroll (Raptors), Omri Casspi (Kings), Tyson Chandler (Suns), Chris Copeland (Bucks), Jae Crowder (Celtics), Dante Cunningham (Pelicans), Luigi Datome (Turkey), Ed Davis (Trail Blazers), Goran Dragic (Heat), Tim Duncan (Spurs), Mike Dunleavy (Bulls), Wayne Ellington (Nets), Monta Ellis (Pacers), Jeremy Evans (Mavericks), Jimmer Fredette (Spurs), Joel Freeland (Russia), Kevin Garnett (Timberwolves), Marc Gasol (Grizzlies), Alonzo Gee (Pelicans), Manu Ginobili (Spurs), Drew Gooden (Wizards), Danny Green (Spurs), Draymond Green (Warriors), Gerald Green (Heat), Tyler Hansbrough (Hornets),Tobias Harris (Magic), Jordan Hill (Pacers), Justin Holiday (Hawks), Joe Ingles (Jazz), Reggie Jackson (Pistons), LeBron James (Cavaliers), Richard Jefferson (Cavaliers), John Jenkins (Mavericks), Jonas Jerebko (Celtics), Amir Johnson (Celtics), Wesley Johnson (Clippers), James Jones (Cavaliers), DeAndre Jordan (Clippers), Cory Joseph (Raptors), Enes Kanter (Thunder), Brandon Knight (Suns), Kosta Koufos (Kings), Shane Larkin (Nets), Kawhi Leonard (Spurs), Brook Lopez (Nets), Jeremy Lin (Hornets), Robin Lopez (Knicks), Kevin Love (Cavaliers), Luc Mbah a Moute (Kings, failed physical, again a free agent), Wesley Matthews (Mavericks), K.J. McDaniels (Rockets), K.J. McDaniels (signed with Rockets),Khris Middleton (Bucks). Paul Millsap (Hawks), Greg Monroe (Bucks), Gary Neal (Wizards), Jameer Nelson (signed with Nuggets), Kyle O'Quinn (Knicks), Kendrick Perkins (Pelicans), Paul Pierce (Clippers), Ronnie Price (Suns), Pablo Prigioni (Clippers), Austin Rivers (Clippers), Thomas Robinson (Nets). Rajon Rondo (Kings), Luis Scola (Raptors), Iman Shumpert (Cavaliers), Alexey Shved (Russia), Kyle Singler (Thunder), Jason Smith (Magic), Josh Smith (Clippers), Amare Stoudemire (Heat), Rodney Stuckey (Pacers), Jeff Taylor (Spain), Mirza Teletovic (Suns), Lance Thomas (Knicks), Marcus Thornton (Rockets), Charlie Villanueva (Mavericks), Dwyane Wade (Heat), C.J. Watson (Magic), David West (Spurs), Shayne Whittington (Pacers), Deron Williams (signed with Mavericks), Derrick Williams (Knicks), Lou Williams (Lakers), Mo Williams (Cavaliers), Brandan Wright (Grizzlies), Thaddeus Young (Nets).

Top remaining: Tristan Thompson (Cavaliers), J.R. Smith (Cavaliers), Glen Davis (Clippers), Norris Cole (Pelicans), Jason Terry (Rockets), Matthew Dellavedova (Cavaliers), Kevin Seraphin (Wizards), Dorell Wright (Trail Blazers), Andre Miller (Kings), Tayshaun Prince (Pistons), Carlos Boozer (Lakers), Landry Fields (Raptors), John Lucas III (Pistons), Robbie Hummel (Timberwolves), Willie Green (Magic), Ekpe Udoh (Clippers), Jason Maxiell (Hornets), Jeff Withey (Pelicans), Michael Beasley (Heat), Elton Brand (Hawks), Nazr Mohammed (Bulls), Chuck Hayes (Raptors), Greg Stiemsma (Raptors), Ryan Hollins (Kings), Shawne Williams (Bucks).

Free agent players who have not found deals yet are listed on our NBA free agents page.

General NBA Free Agency Overview
May 25, 2015

In NBA free agency, players seek new contracts, whether with their current team or another squad elsewhere. They are NBA free agents. Unrestricted free agents can sign with any team that offers them a contract. Restricted free agents can do the same -- BUT, the team they had just been a member of has the right to match the contract and keep the player.

With the way the NBA is structured salary rule-wise, the majority of good players in need of a new contract tend to re-sign with their current team rather than go someplace new, because their current team can often sign them to more money and a longer contract.

Often, you hear that a star player in NBA free agency may seek a new home, but in reality, the vast majority of teams in the league are at or above the salary cap limit and simply don't have the money available to sign a star. When in doubt, if you have no other information, if you have to guess, assume that a really good NBA player will re-sign with his most recent team rather than heading elsewhere.

Related NBA free agency links:
NBA Free Agents | Free Agent Rankings | Official transactions

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