With 2016’s offseason winding down and the preseason on its way, here’s a look back at all the notable news and events from around the NBA this past week:
- The Jazz traded Tibor Pleiss, two second-round picks, and cash to the Sixers in exchange for Kendall Marshall.
- The Celtics signed Marcus Georges-Hunt.
- The Thunder signed Semaj Christon.
- The Lakers signed Zach Auguste.
- The Jazz signed Marcus Paige.
- The Bucks signed Jason Terry.
- The Lakers signed Brandon Ingram.
- The Lakers signed Yi Jianlian.
- The Timberwolves signed Toure’ Murry and John Lucas III.
- The Raptors signed E.J. Singler.
- The Lakers re-signed Tarik Black.
- The Spurs are expected to sign Nicolas Laprovittola.
- J.J. Hickson signed with Fujian in China.
- Jeff Adrien signed with Israel’s Bnei Herzliya.
- Jordan Bachynski signed with the Nagoya Diamond Dolphins in Japan.
- Jared Cunningham signed with Jiangsu Tongxi in China.
- The Jazz waived Kendall Marshall.
- The Nets hired Gianluca Pascucci as the club’s director of global scouting, and BJ Johnson as coordinator of player evaluation.
- Abdel Nader will play for the Maine Red Claws, the Celtics’ D-League affiliate, this coming season.
- Alan Anderson hired Chris Luchey as his new agent.
- Kwame Brown is attempting to make an NBA comeback.
- Festus Ezeli will be sidelined for six weeks after having his left knee injected with a bone marrow aspirate concentrate and Orthovisc.
- The Long Island Nets named Ryan Gomes and Pat Rafferty as assistant coaches.
- The D-League held its expansion draft. You can view the results here.
- The Pacers named José Luis Galilea as their new overseas talent evaluator.
- Mario Chalmers has been medically cleared to get back on the court.
- The disconnect between the Wizards backcourt duo of John Wall and Bradley Beal could eventually convince the front office to deal one of them.
- The Celtics renounced their rights to center Colton Iverson, their 2013 second-round draft pick.