2019 NBA Free Agents By Team

Hoops Rumors’ up-to-date list of 2019 free agents by team is below. These are players who are eligible for restricted or unrestricted free agency after the 2018/19 season.

Players with team or player options for the 2019/20 season are listed, unless they’re still on their rookie scale contracts. Potential restricted free agents are marked with (RFA).

Players whose 2019/20 salaries aren’t fully guaranteed are also listed below, assuming they have fully guaranteed salaries in all previous seasons. Players with earlier non-guaranteed salaries will be moved to this list if and when all seasons before ’19/20 become guaranteed.

This list will continue to be updated throughout the 2018/19 season, so be sure to use it and our list of 2019 free agents by position/type as points of reference. Both lists can be found anytime under “Hoops Rumors Features” on the right-hand sidebar of our desktop site, or in the “Free Agent Lists” section of our mobile menu. If you have any corrections or omissions, please contact us.

Updated 7-18-19 (7:50am CT)

Atlanta Hawks

  1. Justin Anderson
  2. Vince Carter
  3. Isaac Humphries
  4. Alex Poythress (two-way)

Boston Celtics

  1. Jonathan Gibson
  2. P.J. Dozier (two-way)
  3. R.J. Hunter (two-way)

Brooklyn Nets

  1. Alan Williams (two-way)

Charlotte Hornets

  1. Shelvin Mack
  2. Willy Hernangomez ($1,676,735 non-guaranteed salary)
  3. Dwayne Bacon ($1,618,520 non-guaranteed salary)
  4. Joe Chealey (two-way)
  5. J.P. Macura (two-way)

Chicago Bulls

  1. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
  2. Wayne Selden
  3. Rawle Alkins (two-way)
  4. Brandon Sampson (two-way)

Cleveland Cavaliers

  1. Marquese Chriss
  2. Nik Stauskas
  3. Jaron Blossomgame (two-way)
  4. Deng Adel (two-way)

Dallas Mavericks

  1. Trey Burke
  2. Devin Harris
  3. Salah Mejri

Denver Nuggets

  1. Brandon Goodwin (two-way)

Detroit Pistons

  1. Jose Calderon
  2. Zaza Pachulia
  3. Christian Wood ($1,645,357 non-guaranteed salary)
  4. Kalin Lucas (two-way)
  5. Isaiah Whitehead (two-way)

Golden State Warriors

  1. Jonas Jerebko
  2. Alfonzo McKinnie ($1,588,231 non-guaranteed salary)
  3. Marcus Derrickson (two-way)
  4. Damion Lee (two-way RFA)

Houston Rockets

  1. Kenneth Faried
  2. Nene
  3. Iman Shumpert
  4. Isaiah Hartenstein ($1,416,852 partially guaranteed salary)
  5. Deyonta Davis ($1,645,357 non-guaranteed salary)
  6. Chris Chiozza ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)
  7. Gary Clark ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)
  8. Michael Frazier ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)
  9. Trevon Duval (two-way)
  10. Vince Edwards (two-way)

Indiana Pacers

  1. Davon Reed (two-way)

Los Angeles Clippers

  1. Angel Delgado (two-way)
  2. Johnathan Motley (two-way)

Los Angeles Lakers

  1. Lance Stephenson
  2. Jemerrio Jones ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)
  3. Johnathan Williams (two-way)

Memphis Grizzlies

  1. Tyler Dorsey
  2. Justin Holiday
  3. Joakim Noah
  4. Tyler Zeller
  5. Ivan Rabb ($1,618,520 partially guaranteed salary)
  6. Bruno Caboclo ($1,845,301 non-guaranteed salary)
  7. Dillon Brooks ($1,618,520 non-guaranteed salary)

Miami Heat

  1. Udonis Haslem
  2. Yante Maten ($1,416,852 partially guaranteed salary)
  3. Duncan Robinson ($1,416,852 partially guaranteed salary)
  4. Derrick Jones ($1,645,357 non-guaranteed salary)
  5. Kendrick Nunn ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)

Milwaukee Bucks

  1. Pau Gasol

Minnesota Timberwolves

  1. Jerryd Bayless
  2. Mitch Creek
  3. Luol Deng
  4. Shabazz Napier ($1,845,301 partially guaranteed salary)
  5. Treveon Graham ($1,645,357 partially guaranteed salary)
  6. Tyrone Wallace ($1,588,231 non-guaranteed salary)
  7. Jared Terrell (two-way)
  8. C.J. Williams (two-way)

New Orleans Pelicans

  1. Ian Clark
  2. Jahlil Okafor ($1,702,486 partially guaranteed salary)
  3. Kenrich Williams ($1,416,852 partially guaranteed salary)
  4. Trevon Bluiett (two-way)

New York Knicks

  1. Billy Garrett
  2. John Jenkins
  3. Isaiah Hicks (two-way)

Oklahoma City Thunder

  1. Raymond Felton
  2. Abdel Nader ($1,618,520 non-guaranteed salary)
  3. Deonte Burton ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)
  4. Jawun Evans (two-way)

Orlando Magic

  1. Jerian Grant
  2. Jarell Martin
  3. Troy Caupain (two-way)
  4. Amile Jefferson (two-way)

Philadelphia 76ers

  1. Amir Johnson
  2. Furkan Korkmaz
  3. Greg Monroe

Phoenix Suns

  1. Dragan Bender
  2. Jamal Crawford
  3. Ray Spalding
  4. George King (two-way)

Portland Trail Blazers

  • None

Sacramento Kings

  1. Corey Brewer
  2. Kosta Koufos
  3. B.J. Johnson ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)
  4. Troy Williams (two-way)

San Antonio Spurs

  1. Dante Cunningham
  2. Donatas Motiejunas
  3. Quincy Pondexter
  4. Ben Moore (two-way)

Toronto Raptors

  1. Jeremy Lin
  2. Jodie Meeks
  3. Eric Moreland
  4. Chris Boucher ($1,588,231 partially guaranteed salary)
  5. Malcolm Miller ($1,588,231 non-guaranteed salary)

Utah Jazz

  1. Thabo Sefolosha
  2. Georges Niang ($1,645,357 non-guaranteed salary)
  3. Royce O’Neale ($1,618,520 non-guaranteed salary)
  4. Naz Mitrou-Long (two-way)

Washington Wizards

  1. Sam Dekker
  2. Chasson Randle
  3. Jordan McRae ($1,645,357 non-guaranteed salary)
  4. Tarik Phillip ($1,416,852 non-guaranteed salary)

Information from Basketball Insiders was used in the creation of this post.

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9 thoughts on “2019 NBA Free Agents By Team

  1. Most of the marquee names will stay home. It’ll be intersting to see what the 2nd tier players make.

  2. Not many superstars available for next summer, though plenty of stars, but not the ones that can really change the history of a franchise, so many teams with so much free money but not superstars to spend it with.
    By superstars I mean Embiid, Simmons, Wall, Giannis, Harden, CP3, AD, Dame, Westbrook, KAT, Jokic, Curry, KD, LBJ. I do know KAT & KD might, but not probably.

  3. Hoping my KNICKS can snag either Terry Rozier, Spencer Dinwiddie, or Ricky Rubio. Don’t think Kyrie is leaving boston, and don’t want to invest max money to Kemba, At his size and age. KNICKS are building a beastly team on there own anyways. They get a top 5 lotto pick and Porzingis at worst case scenario for next yr, plus have decent enough ca p space .

    Say they just get Porzingis back , 2019 top5 draft pick and a mid tier FA , in this case we will say Rubio. Look at this squad

    C- Mitchell Robinson
    PF- Kristaps Porzingis
    SF- Kevin Knox
    SG- Alonzo Trier (or Timmy if not traded)
    PG -Ricky Rubio

    Bench
    Frank Ntlikina
    Luke Kornet
    Damyean Dotson
    2019 top 5 lotto pick
    Noah Vonleh(could afford Rubio and Vonleh)

    That’s a nice little squad, done the right way. KNICKS finally built a super talented young core and didn’t go for the quick fix. All these kids getting huge developmental minutes this yr as well. Super pumped for KNICKS starting as soon as next season

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