The NBA preseason is underway, which means most teams are done with their free agent signings for the offseason. A few teams, like the Cavaliers, who signed Toney Douglas on Monday, are still making minor additions to improve depth, and notable players like J.R. Smith and Donatas Motiejunas remain unsigned. For the most part though, teams will be making far more more subtractions than additions in the coming weeks.
With the regular season fast approaching, Hoops Rumors is here to help you keep track of which players have landed with which teams this offseason. To this end, we present our Free Agent Tracker, a feature we’ve had each year since our inception in 2012. Using our tracker, you can quickly look up deals, sorting by team, position, free agent type, and a handful of other variables.
A few notes on the tracker:
- Some of the information you’ll find in the tracker will reflect reported contract agreements, rather than finalized deals. As signings become official, we’ll continue to update and modify the data as needed.
- When the years and dollars for a contract haven’t yet been confirmed, our data will be based on what’s been reported to date, so in some cases those amounts will be approximations rather than official figures. Salaries aren’t necessarily fully guaranteed either.
- Some players whose signings are noted in the tracker are no longer with that team. For instance, the Cavs waived Eric Moreland this week, but his deal, signed earlier in the offseason, still shows up in our tracker.
- A restricted free agent who signs an offer sheet will be listed under the team that extended the offer sheet, but note that those signings won’t be official 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 that team.
Our 2016 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 be updated throughout the offseason, so be sure to check back for the latest info. If you have any corrections, please let us know right here.