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.

This list will continue to be updated throughout the 2019 offseason, up until the start of the 2019/20 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 10-17-19 (2:04pm CT)

Atlanta Hawks

  1. Alex Poythress (two-way)

Boston Celtics

  1. Jonathan Gibson

Brooklyn Nets

  • None

Charlotte Hornets

  • None

Chicago Bulls

  1. Rawle Alkins (two-way)
  2. Brandon Sampson (two-way)

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • None

Dallas Mavericks

  1. Devin Harris

Denver Nuggets

  • None

Detroit Pistons

  1. Jose Calderon
  2. Kalin Lucas (two-way)

Golden State Warriors

  • None

Houston Rockets

  1. Kenneth Faried
  2. Iman Shumpert
  3. Trevon Duval (two-way)
  4. Vince Edwards (two-way)

Indiana Pacers

  • None

Los Angeles Clippers

  • None

Los Angeles Lakers

  • None

Memphis Grizzlies

  1. Joakim Noah

Miami Heat

  • None

Milwaukee Bucks

  • None

Minnesota Timberwolves

  • None

New Orleans Pelicans

  • None

New York Knicks

  1. John Jenkins

Oklahoma City Thunder

  1. Raymond Felton
  2. Jawun Evans (two-way)

Orlando Magic

  • None

Philadelphia 76ers

  1. Amir Johnson

Phoenix Suns

  1. Jamal Crawford

Portland Trail Blazers

  • None

Sacramento Kings

  1. Corey Brewer
  2. Troy Williams (two-way)

San Antonio Spurs

  1. Dante Cunningham
  2. Quincy Pondexter

Toronto Raptors

  1. Jodie Meeks

Utah Jazz

  • None

Washington Wizards

  • None

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. Core4

    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

    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

  4. nikumistry

    List is missing Jamal Crawford (UFA-PHX) and Donatas Motiejunas (UFA-SAS)

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