NBA Free Agency Tracker: Rumors, Signings, Players + Teams

Our NBA Free Agency Tracker lists out rumors, signings, all free agent players, and any teams associated with them! While this is not the most enticing free agency class in recent memory, there are still a number of players who can help teams go from good to great or from great to championship-contending.

There have already been some massive deals, including Fred VanVleet getting a three-year, $130 million contract from the Houston Rockets, a team that has been rumored to be a potential destination for weeks. Other notable players to get huge deals are Draymond Green, Cameron Johnson, Kyrie Irving, Jerami Grant, Khris Middleton, Kristaps Porzingis, and Kyle Kuzma. Additionally, James Harden has opted into his player option with Philadelphia but has demanded a trade as the two try to find a new home for him.

After more than week, Harden’s future home has still not been decided, as talks seem to have died down between the Philadelphia 76ers and other potential suitors, including the Los Angeles Clippers. Further, Damian Lillard’s trade demans has also not been met yet.

Take a look below at all of the remaining players available on our NBA Free Agency Tracker, whether as unrestricted free agents, restricted free agents, or players with a player option.

NBA Free Agency Tracker 2023

Free agency has finally arrived, and our NBA Free Agency Tracker has you covered with all of the latest deals below! As the off-season continues, we will update our NBA Free Agency Tracker with not only the players’ ultimate destinations but the terms of their deals, too, so you can see how those deals might impact the respective teams’ salary caps and future. Check back in constantly, as the NBA Free Agency Tracker will be updated daily during the summer months!

NBA Free Agency Tracker: Restricted Free Agents

The list of restricted free agents this off-season is far from overwhelming, as Rui Hachimura, Austin Reaves, Cam Reddish, and Cameron Johnson are the most exciting names. Still, most of these aforementioned players will likely play for the same organization next season; if they decide to sign an offer sheet with another team, their current team can match it and retain their rights.

  • Coby White – Chicago Bulls – three-year deal, $40 million
  • Miles Bridges – Charlotte Hornets – one-year deal, $7.9 million
  • Rui Hachimura – Los Angeles Lakers – three-year deal, $51 million
  • Cam Reddish – Los Angeles Lakers – two-year deal
  • Cameron Johnson – Brooklyn Nets – four-year deal, $108 million
  • Nickeil Alexander-Walker – Minnesota Timberwolves – two-year deal
  • Matisse Thybulle – Portland Trail Blazers – three-year deal, $33 million
  • Grant Williams – Dallas Mavericks – four-year deal, $53 million
  • Tre Jones – San Antonio Spurs – two-year deal, $20 million
  • Austin Reaves – Los Angeles Lakers – four-year deal, $56 million
  • Paul Reed – Philadelphia 76ers – three-year deal, $23 million 
  • Dalano Banton – Boston Celtics – two-year deal
  • Luka Garza – Minnesota Timberwolves – two-way contract
  • Sandro Mamukelashvili – San Antonio Spurs – one-year deal, $2 million
  • Herb Jones – New Orleans Pelicans – four-year deal, $54 million

NBA Free Agency Tracker: Unrestricted Free Agents

The 2023 class of unrestricted free agents is not the most top-heavy we have seen recently; however, there are a ton of needle-moving players who can quickly change a team’s outlook for next season. Amongst those players are Russell Westbrook, Kyrie Irving, D’Angelo Russell, Jerami Grant, Fred VanVleet, and many more!

  • Russell Westbrook – Los Angeles Clippers – two-year deal, $7.8 million
  • Kyrie Irving – Dallas Mavericks – three-year deal, $126 million
  • D’Angelo Russell – Los Angeles Lakers – two-year deal, $37 million
  • Kevin Love – Miami Heat
  • Nikola Vucevic – Chicago Bulls – three-year deal, $60 million
  • Fred VanVleet – Houston Rockets – three-year deal, $130 million
  • Harrison Barnes – Sacramento Kings – three-year deal, $54 million
  • Jerami Grant – Portland Trail Blazers – five-year deal, $160 million
  • Caris LeVert – Cleveland Cavaliers – two-year deal, $32 million
  • Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks – two-year deal, $48 million
  • Josh Richardson – Miami Heat – two-year deal
  • Dillon Brooks – Houston Rockets – four-year deal, $80 million
  • Dwight Powell – Dallas Mavericks – three-year deal, $12 million
  • Jae Crowder – Milwaukee Bucks – one-year deal
  • Jakob Poeltl – Toronto Raptors – four-year deal, $80 million
  • Mason Plumlee – Los Angeles Clippers – one-year deal, $5 million
  • Seth Curry – Dallas Mavericks – two-year deal
  • Joe Ingles – Orlando Magic – two-year deal, $22 million
  • Lonnie Walker IV – Brooklyn Nets – one-year deal
  • Cory Joseph – Golden State Warriors – one-year deal
  • Torrey Craig – Chicago Bulls – two-year deal
  • Jeff Green – Houston Rockets – one-year deal
  • Alex Len – Sacramento Kings – one-year deal, $3.2 million
  • Georges Niang – Cleveland Cavaliers – three-year deal, $26 million
  • Robin Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks
  • DeAndre Jordan – Denver Nuggets
  • Dennis Schroder – Toronto Raptors – two-year deal, $26 million
  • Trey Lyles – Sacramento Kings – two-year deal, $16 million
  • Damion Lee – Phoenix Suns – one-year deal
  • Jevon Carter – Chicago Bulls – three-year deal, $20 million
  • Thomas Bryant – Miami Heat – two-year deal, $5.4 million
  • Aaron Holiday – Houston Rockets – one-year deal
  • Drew Eubanks – Phoenix Suns – two-year deal
  • Moritz Wagner – Orlando Magic – two-year deal, $16 million
  • Max Strus – Cleveland Cavaliers – four-year deal, $64 million
  • Jalen McDaniels – Toronto Raptors – two-year deal, $9.3 million
  • Naz Reid – Minnesota Timberwolves – three-year deal, $42 million
  • Shake Milton – Minnesota Timberwolves – two-year deal, $10 million
  • Gabe Vincent – Los Angeles Lakers – three-year deal, $33 million
  • Reggie Jackson – Denver Nuggets – two-year deal, $10.25 million
  • Patrick Beverley – Philadelphia 76ers – one-year deal
  • Justin Holiday – Denver Nuggets – one-year deal
  • Ty Jerome – Cleveland Cavaliers – two-year deal, $5 million
  • Yuta Watanabe – Phoenix Suns
  • Chimezie Metu – Phoenix Suns – one-year deal
  • Troy Brown – Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Taurean Prince – Los Angeles Lakers – one-year deal, $4.5 million
  • Keita Bates-Diop – Phoenix Suns – two-year deal, $5 million
  • Malik Beasley – Milwaukee Bucks – one-year deal
  • Mo Bamba – Philadelphia 76ers – one-year deal
  • Eric Gordon – Phoenix Suns – two-year deal
  • Donte DiVincenzo – New York Knicks – four-year deal, $50 million
  • Josh Okogie – Phoenix Suns
  • Jock Landale – Houston Rockets – four-year deal, $32 million
  • Julian Champagnie – San Antonio Spurs – four-year deal, $12 million
  • Derrick Rose – Memphis Grizzlies – two-year deal
  • Oshae Brissett – Boston Celtics – two-year deal
  • Jack White – Oklahoma City Thunder – two-year deal
  • Dennis Smith Jr – Brooklyn Nets – one-year deal
  • Cody Zeller – New Orleans Pelicans – one-year deal, $3.1 million
  • Dante Exum – Dallas Mavericks
  • Vasilije Micic – Oklahoma City Thunder – three-year deal, $23.5 million
  • Sasha Vezenkov – Sacramento Kings – three-year deal, $20 million
  • Jaxson Hayes – Los Angeles Lakers – two-year deal
  • Dario Saric – Golden State Warriors – one-year deal

NBA Free Agency Tracker: Free Agents With Player Option

Khris Middleton, James Harden, Kristaps Porzingis, Draymond Green, and a number of other players make up the 2023 list of free agents that have a player option. These players will have the choice to opt into this season of their contract, or they can opt out if they are unhappy with their pay or destination.

All of the NBA free agents with a player option have already opted in, restructured their contract (for example, Khris Middleton), or opted out for the upcoming 2023-24 regular season. Still, there is a possibility of that James Harden will get moved, as he demanded a trade from the Philadelphia 76ers. Harden could wind up in several different locations if he is traded, but the Los Angeles Clippers seem to be the most likely destination at the moment.

Check out all of the other huge names below on our NBA Free Agency Tracker that have player options during this free-agency period!

  • Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks – three-year deal, $102 million
  • James Harden – opted-in, demanding a trade
  • Kristaps Porzingis – Boston Celtics – two-year deal, $60 million
  • Draymond Green – Golden State Warriors – four-year deal, $100 million
  • Gary Trent Jr – Toronto Raptors – opted-in, one-year deal, $18.5 million
  • Kyle Kuzma – Washington Wizards – four-year deal, $102 million
  • Jordan Clarkson – Utah Jazz – three-year deal, $55 million
  • Josh Hart – New York Knicks – $12.9 million deal exercised
  • Talen Horton-Tucker – Utah Jazz – opted-in, $11 million deal
  • Victor Oladipo – Oklahoma City Thunder (via Miami Heat) – $9.4 million deal exercised
  • Bruce Brown Jr – Indiana Pacers – two-year deal, $45 million
  • Rudy Gay – Atlanta Hawks (via Utah Jazz) – one-year deal, $6.4 million
  • Andre Drummond – Chicago Bulls – $3.36 million deal exercised
  • Montrezl Harrell – Philadelphia 76ers – one-year deal
  • Damian Jones – Cleveland Cavaliers – one-year deal, $2.6 million
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