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July 11 Signings

Wednesday, July 11 – Signings that have been formally processed:

  • The Brooklyn Nets have re-signed G Deron Williams (5 year contract), F Gerald Wallace (4 year contract) and C Brook Lopez (4 year contract).
  • The Denver Nuggets re-signed G Andre Miller.
  • The Detroit Pistons signed 2011 draft pick F Kyle Singler to a multi-year deal.
  • The Los Angeles Clippers re-signed F Blake Griffin (5 year contract) and signed free agent G Jamal Crawford.
  • The Miami Heat signed G Ray Allen and F Rashard Lewis.
  • The New York Knicks re-signed G J.R. Smith.
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder signed C Hasheem Thabeet.
  • The Phoenix Suns offered G Eric Gordon an offer, the New Orleans Hornets have 3 days to match or decline it.
  • The San Antonio Spurs re-signed F Tim Duncan and G/F Danny Green.
  • The Toronto Raptors offered G Landry Fields to a 3 year contract, the New York Knicks have 3 days to match or decline it.
  • The Utah Jazz re-signed G Jamaal Tinsley.
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July 11 Trades

Wednesday, July 11 – Trades that have been formally processed:

  • The Atlanta Hawks receive G Anthony Morrow, G Jordan Farmar, F Jordan Williams, F DeShawn Stevenson, F Johan Petro and a 2017 second-round pick from the Brooklyn Nets for G Joe Johnson.
  • The Atlanta Hawks traded G Marvin Williams to the Utah Jazz for G Devin Harris.
  • The Brooklyn Nets received F Reggie Evans from the Los Angeles Clipper’s for the rights to switch 2016 second-round draft picks, via a sign-and-trade.
  • The Houston Rockets traded G Kyle Lowery to the Toronto Raptors for F Gary Forbes and a future first-round draft pick.
  • The Houston Rockets received G Toney Douglas, C Josh Harrellson, C Jerome Jordan and 2 future second-round draft picks from the New York Knicks for C Marcus Camby, via a sign-and-trade.
  • The Orlando Magic received F Gustavo Ayon from the New Orleans Hornets for Ryan Anderson, via a sign-and-trade.
  • The Philadelphia Sixers received F Dorell Wright from the Golden State Warriors.
  • The Phoenix Suns received the Los Angeles Lakers’ 2013 and 2015 first-round draft picks and the Lakers’ 2013 and 2014 second-round draft picks for G Steve Nash.
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