Welcome to NBA free agency.
Highlighted by LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwyane Wade, the 2014 class features many of basketball’s great players as they decide their future. Teams were allowed to begin conversations with free agents on July 1, but cannot official sign contracts until July 10.
This page will be updated once news circulates regarding organizations and players.
Day 1: July 1
Cavaliers to extend Kyrie Irving to a max extension of five years, $90 million.
Pistons and Jodie Meeks have agreed to a three-year deal worth $20 million.
Pistons reach agreement with Cartier Martin to a one-year deal.
Wizards and Marcin Gortat agree to five-year, $60 million extension.
Warriors ink deal with Shaun Livingston for three years, $16 million.
Day 2: July 2
Magic and Ben Gordon agree on two-year, $9 million contract.
Celtics and Avery Bradley reach agreement to re-sign for four years, $32 million.
Spurs and Bryce Cotton reach two-year deal.
Pacers and C.J. Miles agree to to four-year, $18 million deal.
Spurs and Patty Mills have reached agreement to a four-year deal worth $12 million.
Raptors have agreed to re-sign Kyle Lowary for four years, $48 million.
Day 3: July 3
Kings and Darren Collison reach deal for three years, $16 million.
Thunder ink one-year, $1.3 million deal with Sebastian Telfair, who last played in China.
Hawks sign Thabo Sefolosha to three-year, $12 million deal.
Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki reach agreement for three years, $30 million.
Trail Blazers sign Chris Kaman to two-year, $10 million deal.
Day 4: July 4
Pacers and Lavoy Allen agree to one-year deal.
Raptors trade Steve Novak and 2nd round pick to Jazz in exchange for Diante Garrett.
Raptors agree to re-sign Patrick Patterson for three years, $18 million.
Clippers ink deal with Spencer Hawes for four years, $23 million.
Day 5: July 5
Mavericks agree to re-sign Devin Harris for three years, $9 million.
Day 6: July 6
Spurs agree to re-sign Boris Diaw for three years, $22 million.
Clippers sign Jordan Farmar to two-year, $4.2 million contract.
Day 7: July 7
Heat and Josh McRoberts reach four-year, $23 million agreement.
Heat sign Danny Granger to two-year, $4.2 million deal.
Magic reach agreement with Channing Frye for four years, $32 million.
Day 8: July 8
Hornets and Gordon Heyward reach offer sheet agreement of four years, $63 million. Jazz will have chance to match.
Day 9: July 9
Three team trade between Cavaliers, Nets, and Celtics:
Cavaliers gets three draft rights (Ilkan Karaman, Christian Drejer and Edin Bavcic)
Nets get Jarrett Jack and Sergey Karasev
Celtics get Marcus Thornton, Tyler Zeller, and 2016 first round pick from Cleveland.
Mavericks and Chandler Parsons agree to offer sheet of three years, $46 million. Rockets will have chance to match it.
Raptors and Greivis Vasquez agree to deal for two years, $13 million.
Day 10: July 10
Raptors and James Johnson agree to two-year agreement.
Trail Blazers and Steve Blake reach deal for two years.
Suns plan to re-sign PJ Tucker for three years, $16.5 million.
Grizzlies and Beno Udrih agree to deal.
Pacers and Damjan Rudez reach agreement for three years.
Pistons and Aaron Gray agree to multi-year deal.
Day 11: July 11
LeBron James agree to sign with Cavaliers for two years, $42 million.
Lakers acquire Jeremy Lin, future first round pick from Rockets.
Cavaliers trade Alonzo Gee to Pelicans.
Suns and Isaiah Thomas reach four-year, $27 million agreement.
Lakers sign Jordan Hill to two-year, $18 million contract.
Heat re-sign Chris Bosh for five years, $118 million.
Grizzlies and Vince Carter agree on three-year, $12 million contract.
Hawks sign Kent Bazemore for two years, $4 million.
Day 12: July 12
Knicks and Carmelo Anthony finalize deal for five years, $120 million.
Wizards and Paul Pierce agree to two-year, $11 million deal.
Rockets and Trevor Ariza reach four-year, $32 million agreement.
Thunder and Anthony Morrow agree to three-year. $10 million contract.
Jazz agree to match offer sheet with Gordon Hayward, re-signing for four years, $63 million.
Hornets sign Marvin Williams for two years, $14 million.
Day 13: July 13
Hornets and Brian Roberts agree on two-year deal worth $5.5 million.
Heat re-sign Mario Chalmers for two years.
Heat and Luol Deng reach agreement for two years, $20 million.
Heat re-sign Chris Anderson to two-year, $10 million deal.
Mavericks sign Richard Jefferson for one season.
Spurs re-sign Matt Bonner for one-year minimum deal.
Bulls sign Nikola Mirotic for three years, $17 million.
Pistons sign DJ Augustin for two years, $6 million.
Maverick claim Chandler Parsons for three years, $46 million.
Pistons and Caron Butler agree to two-year, $9 million deal.
Day 14: July 14
Bulls and Pau Gasol reach three-year, $22 million agreement.
Rockets re-sign Troy Daniels for two years.
Thunder to sign Grant Jerrett to multi-year deal.
Nets sign Alan Anderson for two years, $3 million.
Bulls trade Anthony Randolph, two second-round picks to Magic to clear cap space.
Day 15: July 15
Wizards and Kris Humphries agree to three-year, $13 million deal.
Rockets and Jeff Adrian agree to one-year deal.
Heat re-sign Udonis Haslam for one year, $2.7 million.
Rockets and Joey Dorsey agree upon two-year, $2 million deal.
Cavaliers ink deal with Mike Miller for two years, $5.5 million.
Mavericks and Rashard Lewis agree on one-year contract.
Heat and Dwyane Wade reaching signing agreement for two years, $16 million.
Knicks sign Jason Smith for one year, $3.3 million.
Jazz sign Trevor Booker for two years, $10 million.
Day 16: July 16
Suns sign Anthony Tolliver for two years, $6 million.
Hornets ink deal with Lance Stephenson for three years, $27.5 million.
Warriors sign Brandon Rush for two years, $2.5 million.
Cavaliers acquire James Jones on a one-year deal.
Pacers sign Rodney Stuckey for one season.
Day 17: July 17
Magic acquire Luke Ridnour for two years, $5.5 million.
Wizards sign DeJuan Blair for three years, $6 million.
Lakers get Ed Davis for two years, $2 million.
Rockets sign Ish Smith for one season.
Lakers acquire Carlos Boozer off waivers.
Clippers re-sign Glen Davis for one season.
Photo: From L to R – Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade (Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images)