NBA Free Agency 2016: Live Updates, Rumors and Signings for July 4

David KenyonFeatured ColumnistJuly 4, 2016

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK- MAY 28:  Kevin Durant
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Welcome to Monday's Bleacher Report NBA free-agency live blog. Keep it locked here for the latest news, rumors and expert speculation.

Here's a recap of the deals in place so far:

  • Kevin Durant announced on The Players' Tribune that he's joining the Warriors. He has agreed to a two-year, $54.3 million contract, per ESPN's Marc Stein.
  • As a result of needing cap space to sign Durant, Golden State will trade Andrew Bogut to the Dallas Mavericks, according to Stein.
  • USA Today's Sam Amick wrote: "DeMar DeRozan has decided to re-sign with the Toronto Raptors." He later revealed that the deal is worth approximately $145 million over five years.
  • Bradley Beal and the Washington Wizards are close to agreeing a five-year, $128 million max deal, per The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The New York Knicks and Joakim Noah are "nearing agreement" on a deal that would earn Noah $72 million over four years, per ESPN's Chris Broussard.
  • The Los Angeles Lakers and Timofey Mozgov on Friday agreed a four-year, $64 million deal, per Wojnarowski.
  • The Charlotte Hornets have reached a five-year, $120 million deal with forward Nicolas Batum, per Shams Charania of The Vertical.
  • The Lakers have agreed to a four-year, $50 million deal with emerging shooting guard Jordan Clarkson, per Charania.
  • The Orlando Magic have a new backup point guard in D.J. Augustin, per Wojnarowski. According to Broussard, the deal is worth $29 million over four years.
  • Speaking of backup point guards, according to Rod Beard of the Detroit News, the Detroit Pistons have reached a three-year deal with Ish Smith. The deal will pay Smith $18 million, per Keith Pompey of the Philly Inquirer.
  • The Pistons are closing in on a deal in the neighborhood of five years and $130 million to retain Andre Drummond, per Stein.
  • Jeremy Lin let the cat out of the bag on his own deal, tweeting he's headed to the Brooklyn Nets. Wojnarowski provided the contract details: three years and $36 million.
  • The Indiana Pacers added Al Jefferson for $30 million over three years, according to Wojnarowski.
  • Per multiple reports, including ESPN.com, the NBA has "dismissed and disqualified" O.J. Mayo from the NBA for two years for violating the league's Anti-Drug Program. He'll be eligible to apply for reinstatement in 2018.
  • According to the AP's Jon Krawczynski, the Philadelphia 76ers have come to terms with Jerryd Bayless for $27 million over three years.
  • Mirza Teletovic is headed to the Milwaukee Bucks on a three-year, $30 million contract, per Stein.
  • ESPN's Tim McMahon reported that Chandler Parsons is headed to the Memphis Grizzlies. Wojnarowski has it as a four-year max at $94 million.
  • Per WojnarowskiEvan Turner is headed to the Portland Trail Blazers on a four-year, $75 million deal.
  • Evan Fournier re-signed with the Magic for $85 million over five years, according to ESPN's Marc Spears.
  • According to ESPN's Zach Lowe, the Bucks added point guard Matthew Dellavedova for $38 million over four years.
  • The Advocate's Scott Kushner is reporting that the New Orleans Pelicans have reached an agreement with Solomon Hill. Wojnarowski reported the terms as four years and $52 million.
  • Jeff Green accepted a one-year, $15 million contract from the Magic, per USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt.
  • Charania broke the news that Dwight Howard is headed to Atlanta Hawks on a three-year, $70.5 million deal.
  • According to SteinMike Conley and the Grizzlies have "agreed in principle" on the largest contract in league history, five years for $153 million.
  • Darrell Arthur plans to ink a three-year deal worth $23 million to stay with the Denver Nuggets, per Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post.
  • Kushner reported the Pelicans nabbed E'Twaun Moore for $34 million over four years.
  • Jared Dudley has accepted a three-year, $30 million contract to join the Phoenix Suns, according to Woj.
  • Per ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Atlanta has retained Kent Bazemore on a four-year deal worth $70 million. Charania added Bazemore holds a player option for the final season.
  • The Utah Jazz have added Joe Johnson on a two-year, $22 million contract, according to TNT's David Aldridge.
  • According to Charania, the Lakers have added Luol Deng on a four-year, $72 million deal.
  • Jon Leuer is headed to the Pistons on a four-year deal worth $42 million, per Stein.
  • The Sacramento Kings have added Arron Afflalo on a two-year, $25 million deal, per Wojnarowski.
  • According to Krawczynski, the Orlando Magic are adding another big man. Stein has the details for Bismack Biyombo: four years and $70 million.
  • According to Tony Jones of the Salt Lake TribuneTrevor Booker is headed to the Nets for $18 million over two years.
  • The Houston Rockets have come to terms with Ryan Anderson, reported by Wojnarowski as $80 million over four years.
  • Marvin Williams has accepted a four-year, $54.5 million contract to stick with the Hornets, according to Wojnarowski, who added Williams turned down larger offers.
  • Amick reported Anthony Tolliver and Sacramento have agreed to a two-year deal worth $16 million.
  • Wojnarowski broke the news that longtime Hawks center Al Horford is joining the Boston Celtics on a four-year, $113 million contract.
  • Courtney Lee is headed to the Knicks for $50 million over four years, per Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders.
  • According to Dan Woike of the Orange County Register, the Clippers have re-signed Austin Rivers on a three-year deal. It's worth $35 million, per Woj.
  • Ian Mahinmi revealed his landing spot: Washington. Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post reported the agreement lasts four years and pays $64 million.
  • Houston has secured Eric Gordon with a four-year, $53 million contract, according to Wojnarowski.
  • Per Charania, the Clippers have retained Wesley Johnson for three years and $18 million.
  • The Grizzlies have signed James Ennis for two years and a guaranteed $6 million, according to Charania.
  • Andrew Nicholson has signed a four-year, $26 million deal with the Washington Wizards, per Wojnarowski.
  • Manu Ginobili announced that he is returning for another season with the San Antonio Spurs (h/t ESPN.com).
  • The Utah Jazz traded Trey Burke to the Wizards for a future second-rounder, per Wojnarowski.
  • The Brooklyn Nets signed Tyler Johnson to a four-year, $50 million offer sheet, per Wojnarowski. The Miami Heat have three days to match.
  • Cole Aldrich has signed a three-year, $22 million deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, per Stein.
  • Garrett Temple has agreed to a three-year deal with the Sacramento Kings, per Charania.
  • The Los Angeles Clippers are bringing Jamal Crawford back for $42 million over three years, per Charania.
  • According to SpearsRajon Rondo is moving to the Chicago Bulls on a two-year, $28 million deal.
  • Matt Barnes is going to the Sacramento Kings for $12 million over two years, according to James Ham.
  • According to Charania, the Dallas Mavericks have re-signed Dwight Powell to a four-year, $37 million deal.
  • Deron Williams is headed back to the Mavs on a one-year, $10 million deal, according to Stein.
  • Philadelphia has added Sergio Rodriguez. Per Charania, the contract is worth $8 million for one year.
  • Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer notes the Hornets have secured Ramon Sessions on a two-year deal. According to Zillgitt, the agreement pays $12.5 million.
  • Per Wojnarowski, Pau Gasol is finalizing a contract with the San Antonio Spurs. Stein reports the pact is for $30-million-plus.
  • Golden State picked up the $5.8 million team option on Shaun Livingston, according to Spears.
  • The Clippers are keeping Luc Mbah a Moute, per Wojnarowski, who later said the team will use its bi-annual exception on a two-year, $4.5 million contract.
  • San Antonio is finalizing a buyout and near-minimum salary for Davis Bertans, per Lefteris Moutis of EuroHoops.
  • Brandon Jennings is headed to the Knicks, according to Stein. The one-year deal is worth $5 million, according to Vincent Goodwill of CSN Chicago.

Please visit our free-agency big board, where you can find the best available players on the market.

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