With 2016’s offseason winding down and training camps set to begin, here’s a look back at all the notable news and events from around the NBA this past week:
- The Mavericks signed C.J. Williams.
- The Bucks signed Giannis Antetokounmpo to a four-year extension.
- The Bulls signed J.J. Avila and Vince Hunter.
- The Hawks signed Richard Solomon.
- The Wizards signed Casper Ware.
- The Nets signed Chase Budinger.
- The Lakers signed Metta World Peace.
- The Nets signed Jorge Gutierrez.
- The Lakers signed Thomas Robinson.
- The Bucks signed Jabari Brown.
- The Wolves signed Rasual Butler.
- The Pelicans signed Chris Copeland and Robert Sacre.
- The Jazz signed Henry Sims.
- The Bucks signed Jaleel Roberts.
- The Clippers signed Dorell Wright.
- The Cavs signed Dahntay Jones.
- The Clippers signed Xavier Munford.
- The Bulls signed Thomas Walkup.
- The Thunder signed Alex Caruso, Kaleb Tarczewski and Chris Wright.
- The Heat signed Keith Benson.
- The Jazz signed Eric Dawson.
- The Warriors signed Scott Wood.
- Trevor Cooney signed with the Spanish team Baskonia.
- Jeff Ayres signed with the Russian team CSKA Moscow.
- The Knicks reportedly weren’t interested in bringing Jeremy Lin back to New York because of his struggles on the defensive end.
- The Raptors added Patrick Mutombo to their coaching staff.
- The Thunder renounced their rights to Tomislav Zubcic.
- Rudy Gay and his camp informed the Kings that the veteran forward plans to decline his player option for 2017/18 next summer, and is unlikely to re-sign in Sacramento.
- The Warriors announced a promotion for Bob Myers, who was named the team’s president of basketball operations and general manager. The team also reportedly gave Myers an extension and significant raise.
- The NBA plans to open global basketball academies starting in Africa, China, India and Australia.
- Khris Middleton suffered a torn hamstring and is slated to undergo surgery next week. He will miss roughly six months of action as a result.
- Chris Bosh failed his physical exam with the Heat and has not been cleared by the team to participate in training camp.
- Wolves center Nikola Pekovic won’t play for the team this year, and may be bought out.
- Kevin Garnett announced his retirement. The Wolves are expected to waive him in order for the veteran to collect his salary for this season.