2022 NBA Free Agency & Trade Tracker

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Free Agency and Trade Tracker

Here are all the moves that have gone down since free agency opened on June 30. Visit the NBCSportsEdge NBA news page for all the details and analysis! Oh, and in case you missed it, Kevin Durant has officially asked to be traded and has likely played his last game for the Nets, meaning Kyrie Irving might also be gone. And just where does that leave Ben Simmons? We're about to find out.

Nikola Jokić – Denver Nuggets – Five years, $270 million supermax extension

Karl-Anthony TownsMinnesota Timberwolves – Four years, $224 supermax extension

Ja MorantMemphis Grizzlies – Five years, $193 rookie max extension

Zion Williamson - New Orleans Pelicans - Five years, $231 rookie max extension

Bradley BealWashington Wizards – Five years, $251 million max extension

Devin BookerPhoenix Suns – Four years, $214 million

Zach LaVine - Chicago Bulls - Five years, $215 million

Darius Garland - Cleveland Cavaliers - Five years, $193 million

Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets – One year, $36.5 million player option [picked up]

Jalen BrunsonNew York Knicks – Four years, $104 million

Jusuf Nurkić - Portland Trail Blazers - Four years, $70 million extension

Anfernee Simons – Portland Trail Blazers – Four years, $100 million

Bobby PortisMilwaukee Bucks – Four years, $49 million

Cody Martin - Charlotte Hornets - Four years, $32 million

Victor OladipoMiami Heat – One year, $11 million

Rudy Gobert - Traded to Minnesota Timberwolves - Utah Jazz get four first-round picks, Jarred Vanderbilt, Walker Kessler, Malik Beasley, Patrick Beverley and Leandro Bolmaro.

Malcolm Brogdon - Traded to Boston Celtics - Indiana Pacers receive Aaron Nesmith, Daniel Theis, Nik Stauskas, Juwan Morgan, Malik Fitts and a 2023 first-round pick

Kevin Huerter - Traded to Sacramento Kings - Atlanta Hawks receive Moe Harkless, Justin Holiday and a lottery-protected 2024 first-round pick

Chris BoucherToronto Raptors – Three years, $35.3 million

Mitchell Robinson - New York Knicks - Four years, $60 million

JaVale McGeeDallas Mavericks – Three years, $20.1 million

Patty Mills – Brooklyn Nets – Two years, $14.5 million

John Wall - L.A. Clippers - Two years, $13.2 million

Mo BambaOrlando Magic – Two years, $21 million

Otto Porter Jr. - Toronto Raptors - Two years, $12.4

Nicolas Claxton – Brooklyn Nets – Two years, $20 million

Marvin Bagley – Detroit Pistons – Three years, $37.5 million

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Luguentz DortOklahoma City Thunder – Five years, $87.5 million

Kevon Looney - Golden State Warriors - Three years, $25.5 million

Nicolas Batum – L.A. Clippers – Two years, $22 million

Bruce Brown - Denver Nuggets - Two years, $13 million

Kyle Anderson – Minnesota Timberwolves – Two years, $18 million

Thaddeus Young – Toronto Raptors – Two years, $16 million

Delon Wright – Washington Wizards – Two years, $16 million

P.J. Tucker – Philadelphia 76ers– Three years, $33 million

Donte DiVincenzo - Golden State Warriors - Two years, $9.3 million

Gary Harris – Orlando Magic – Two years, $26 million

Ricky Rubio - Cleveland Cavaliers - Three years, $18.4 million

Joe Ingles – Milwaukee Bucks – One year, $6.5 million

Goran Dragić - Chicago Bulls - One year, $2.9 million

Andre Drummond – Chicago Bulls – Two years, $6.6 million

Isaiah Hartenstein – New York Knicks – Two years, $16.7 million

Lonnie Walker IV – L.A. Lakers – One year, $6.5 million

Tyus Jones – Memphis Grizzlies – Two years, $30 million

Malik Monk – Sacrameno Kings – Two years, $19 million

DeAndre Jordan – Denver Nuggets - One year, $2.9 million

Danuel House – Philadelphia 76ers– Two years, $8.5 million

Derrick Jones Jr. - Chicago Bulls - Two years, $6.6 million

Jae'Sean Tate – Houston Rockets – Three years, $22.1 million

Amir Coffey – L.A. Clippers – Three years, $11 million

Wesley Matthews – Milwaukee Bucks – One year, $2.9 million

Jevon Carter – Milwaukee Bucks – Two years, $4.6 million

Damian Jones – L.A. Lakers – Two years, $4.7 million

Bryn Forbes - Minnesota Timberwolves - One year, $2.3 million

Gary Payton II - Portland Trail Blazers - Three years, $28 million

Dewayne Dedmon – Miami Heat – Two years, $9 million

Troy Brown Jr. – L.A. Lakers – One year, $1.9 million

Raul Neto - Cleveland Cavaliers - One year, $2.4 million

Jalen Smith - Indiana Pacers - Two years, $9.6 million

Aaron Holiday - Atlanta Hawks - One year, $5 million

Juan Toscano-Anderson – L.A. Lakers - One year, $1.9 million

Kevin Knox – Detroit Pistons – Two years, $6 million

Mike Muscala – Oklahoma City Thunder – One year, $1.8 million

Anthony Gill – Washington Wizards – Two years, $3.6 million

Drew Eubanks - Portland Trail Blazers - One year, $1.9 million

Luke Kornet - Boston Celtics - Two years, $4.4 million

Sam Hauser - Boston Celtics - Three years, $6 million

Davon Reed – Denver Nuggets – Two years, $4.1 million

Damion Lee - Phoenix Suns - One year, $2.1 million

Bismack Biyombo - Phoenix Suns - One year, $2.8 million

Josh Okogie - Phoenix Suns - One year, $1.9 million

Trevelin Queen – Philadelphia 76ers – Two years, $3.3 million

Theo Pinson - Dallas Mavericks - One year, $1.9 million

Robin Lopez - Cleveland Cavaliers - One year, $2.9 million

Bol Bol - Orlando Magic - Two years, $3.8 million