Week In Review 6/28/15-7/4/15

The NBA’s free agent signing period is underway and there have already been a flurry of deals agreed upon, though, these pacts cannot become official until after the moratorium is lifted on July 9th. You can stay up to date on all of the signings with our 2015 Free Agent Tracker. Before the next wave of wheeling and dealing begins, here’s a look back at the week that was…

Pending Trades

  • The Sixers and Kings agreed to a deal that sends Jason Thompson, Carl Landry, and Nik Stauskas to Philadelphia, along with Sacramento’s 2018 first-round pick and the right to swap first-rounders with the Kings in 2016 and 2017. In return the Kings receive the rights to Arturas Gudaitis and Luka Mitrovic, the 47th and 60th picks, respectively, in last week’s draft.
  • The Raptors acquired Luke Ridnour and cash from the Thunder in exchange for the rights to draft-and-stash prospect Tomislav Zubcic.
  • The Hawks reached an agreement to acquire Tiago Splitter from the Spurs.
  • The Suns and Pistons agreed to a trade that sends Marcus Morris, Reggie Bullock and Danny Granger to Detroit in exchange for a 2020 second-round pick.

Pending Signings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

2015 NBA Draft Pick Signings

  • The Hornets signed Frank Kaminsky to a rookie scale contract.
  • The Heat inked Justise Winslow to a rookie scale contract.
  • The Nets signed first round draft pick Chris McCullough to a rookie scale contract.
  • The Raptors signed Delon Wright to a rookie deal.


Option Decisions

Players Receiving Qualifying Offers

Players Not Extended Qualifying Offers


  • Tim Duncan won’t be retiring this offseason, and intends to play in 2015/16.
  • Veteran forward Kenyon Martin announced his retirement.
  • The Greivis Vasquez trade allowed the Raptors to generate a $6.4MM trade exception, since they gave him up without taking back any salary in return.
  • Suns coach Jeff Hornacek added Jason Fraser to his staff as a player development coach focusing on the team’s big men.
  • The NBA ordered the Sixers to pay $3MM to the Pelicans last season for not fully disclosing the extent of Jrue Holiday‘s injury before his 2013 trade.
  • Luka Mitrovic, a forward from Serbia who the Sixers took with the final pick of the draft, will stay overseas next season.
  • Hawks free agent shooting guard John Jenkins parted ways with BDA Sports Management to sign with Relativity Sports.
  • Point guard Sergio Llull decided against joining the Rockets and will stay with Real Madrid.
  • Hawks big man Pero Antic signed with Fenerbahce of Turkey.
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One thought on “Week In Review 6/28/15-7/4/15

  1. Chuck Myron

    Craziest thing out of all of this has to be this one:

    The Raptors and DeMarre Carroll agreed to a four-year, $60MM deal.

    He signed a two-year, $5MM a scant two years ago. That’s truly incredible.


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