Updated: June 30, 2023 | 22:05
Some NBA superstars have hit the market as NBA free agency begins at 6:00 PM ET Friday.
That’s when teams can officially begin negotiating with players, including NBA champions Draymond Green (Warriors), Kyrie Irving (Mavericks) Fred VanVleet (Raptors) and Bruce Brown (Nuggets) — as well as veteran point guards Russell Westbrook ( Clippers) and Derrick Rose (Knicks).
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What you need to know
Seth Curry reunites with Kyrie Irving and signs two-year deal with Mavericks, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported.
After spending the last two seasons with the Nets, Curry returns to his former team.
A sharpshooter, formerly Curry, played for the Mavericks in 2016-17 and 2019-20.
Derrick Rose signs multiyear deal with Grizzlies, SNY’s Ian Begley reported.
The former MVP spent the last three seasons with the Knicks and emerged as a fan favorite, but fell out of head coach Tom Thibodeau’s rotations last season.
Now the long-time veterans and well-respected leaders find another home.
And in Ja Morant, perhaps a troubled young star to mentor.
Moments after their former All-Star Fred VanVleet signed with the Rockets, the Raptors seemingly found a replacement.
Toronto and Dennis Schroder agreed to a two-year, $26 million deal, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
The 29-year-old guard averaged 12.6 points and 4.5 assists with the Lakers last season.
Schroder played a key role in Los Angeles’ run to the conference finals, and now looks to help bring the Raptors back to the postseason.
It’s been a great night for Rich Paul.
The founder of Klutch Sports Group represents Draymond Green, Jerami Grant and Fred VanVleet, who have already reportedly accepted deals worth more than $390 million combined.
It will trickle down to Paul’s pockets, who must be smiling.
The former St. John’s star Julian Champagnie agreed to a four-year deal worth $12 million to stay with the Spurs, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported.
The final year is reportedly a team option.
In 15 games for the Spurs last season, Champagnie averaged 11.0 points per game.
He went undrafted in the 2022 draft.
Lakers sign Cam Reddish to two-year deal The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported.
Reddish has had a tumultuous career since being drafted No. 10 overall in 2019, already playing for the Hawks, Knicks and most recently the Blazers.
Now the 23-year-old winger gets a fresh start.
The Rockets added a former All-Star as a new focal point of their rebuild.
They signed Fred VanVleet to a three-year, $130 million deal, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported.
It marks the first max deal of the offseason.
After playing the first seven seasons of his career with the Raptors, the 29-year-old VanVleet now begins a new chapter.
He was instrumental in helping Toronto capture its first NBA championship in 2018-19, averaging 8.0 points per game during the postseason.
Previously undrafted, VanVleet was named an All-Star in 2021-22 and finished the season averaging 20.3 points and 6.7 assists per game.
Rui Hachimura proved to be a valuable role player during the Lakers’ run to the conference finals.
As a result, he earned a three-year, $51 million deal to stay with the team, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.
After arriving in a midseason trade from the Wizards, Hachimura averaged 9.6 points and 4.7 rebounds per game in the regular season.
But he rose in stature in the postseason, averaging 12.2 points and 3.6 rebounds per game.
Kyle Kuzma is ready to make the Wizards winners.
Moments after news broke that he signed a four-year deal worth $102 million to stay with the Wizards, the 27-year-old forward sent a message to fans.
“DC let’s turn this ship around!!” Kuzma tweeted. “It may take time, but I’m committed to you and turning the city up!!”
Although Kuzma enjoyed a career year last season, averaging 21.2 points and 7.3 rebounds per game, the Wizards struggled to a 35-47 record and finished 12th in the Eastern Conference.
But they’ve apparently trusted Kuzma to lead the team into contention.
Josh Richardson returns to the place where his NBA career began.
The Athletic’s Shams Charania reports that Richardson is headed to the Miami Heat on a two-year deal.
Richardson was drafted by Miami in 2015 and spent the first four years of his career there.
He has averaged 11.8 points per night during his career.
Forward Herb Jones is staying with the New Orleans Pelicans, agreeing to a four-year, $54 million deal, ESPN reported.
Jones had declined a player option to sign a longer deal with New Orleans.
In his second year in the league, the Alabama product averaged 9.8 points and 4.1 rebounds per game. match with the Pelicans.
The Minnesota Timberwolves agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with Shake Milton, ESPN reported.
The shooting guard enters his sixth season in the league and so far has averaged 9.3 points per game on 45.5 percent shooting from the field.