This summer’s free agency has significantly changed the NBA landscape. LeBron James lifted the Cavs from lottery team to title contender, the move of Chandler Parsons to the Mavs made one Western Conference playoff team stronger while weaking another, and Lance Stephenson‘s jump to the Hornets was a major swing for the East. Our Free Agent Tracker will help you evaluate all the moves. Using the tracker, you can quickly sort through contract agreements and categorize by team, position, free agent type, and a handful of other variables.
A few notes on the tracker:
- Contract years and dollars are based on what’s been reported to date, so in some cases those amounts are approximations rather than official figures. Salaries aren’t necessarily fully guaranteed, either.
- Eric Bledsoe, Greg Monroe and Aron Baynes are the three remaining restricted free agents. If one of them signs an offer sheet, he’ll be listed under the team that extended the offer sheet, even though that team wouldn’t hold his rights unless the player’s original team declines to match within the three-day period to do so. If the original team matches, we’ll update the tracker to show that the player is back with his old club.
- The tracker doesn’t include signed draft picks, since those players weren’t free agents. We’re keeping on top of 2014 draft pick signings in this post. The tracker also doesn’t include “draft-and-stash” players who’ve signed this summer, but they’re listed here. A list of all the offseason trade acquisitions is right here.
Our 2014 Free Agent Tracker can be found anytime on the right sidebar under “Hoops Rumors Features,” and it’s also under the “Tools” menu atop the site. It will continue to be updated until the offseason is through, so be sure to check back for the latest info. If you have any corrections, please let us know right here.