2022/23 NBA Free Agents

2022 NBA Free Agents By Team

Hoops Rumors’ up-to-date list of 2022 free agents by team is below. These are players who are eligible for restricted or unrestricted free agency after the 2021/22 season.

Players with team or player options for the 2022/23 season are listed, unless they’re rookie scale options. Players on training camp/Exhibit 10 contracts for ’21/22 aren’t listed here, but they’ll be added if they make their team’s regular season roster. Potential restricted free agents are marked with (RFA).

This list will continue to be updated throughout the 2021/22 season, so be sure to use it and our list of 2022 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 11-30-21 (1:18pm CT)


Atlanta Hawks

  1. Gorgui Dieng
  2. Solomon Hill
  3. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
  4. Lou Williams
  5. Delon Wright
  6. Sharife Cooper (two-way)
  7. Skylar Mays (two-way)

Boston Celtics

  1. Enes Kanter
  2. Jabari Parker
  3. Dennis Schröder
  4. Bruno Fernando (RFA)
  5. Sam Hauser (two-way)
  6. Brodric Thomas (two-way)

Brooklyn Nets

  1. LaMarcus Aldridge
  2. DeAndre’ Bembry
  3. Bruce Brown
  4. Blake Griffin
  5. James Johnson
  6. Paul Millsap
  7. Nicolas Claxton (RFA)
  8. James Harden ($47,366,760 player option)
  9. Kyrie Irving ($36,934,550 player option)
  10. Patty Mills ($6,184,500 player option)
  11. David Duke (two-way)
  12. Kessler Edwards (two-way)

Charlotte Hornets

  1. Miles Bridges (RFA)
  2. Cody Martin (RFA)
  3. Jalen McDaniels ($1,930,681 team option)
  4. Arnoldas Kulboka (two-way)
  5. Scottie Lewis (two-way)

Chicago Bulls

  1. Derrick Jones
  2. Zach LaVine
  3. Troy Brown (RFA)
  4. Matt Thomas (RFA)
  5. Tony Bradley ($2,036,318 player option)
  6. Tyler Cook (two-way)
  7. Devon Dotson (two-way)

Cleveland Cavaliers

  1. Ed Davis
  2. Ricky Rubio
  3. Collin Sexton (RFA)
  4. Dean Wade ($1,930,681 team option)
  5. Tacko Fall (two-way)
  6. RJ Nembhard (two-way)

Dallas Mavericks

  1. Jalen Brunson
  2. Willie Cauley-Stein
  3. Dorian Finney-Smith
  4. Trey Burke ($3,300,000 player option)
  5. JaQuori McLaughlin (two-way)
  6. Eugene Omoruyi (two-way)

Denver Nuggets

  1. PJ Dozier
  2. Austin Rivers
  3. Bol Bol (RFA)
  4. Facundo Campazzo (RFA)
  5. Vlatko Cancar (RFA)
  6. JaMychal Green ($8,200,000 player option)
  7. Jeff Green ($4,500,000 player option)
  8. Petr Cornelie (two-way)
  9. Markus Howard (two-way)

Detroit Pistons

  1. Josh Jackson
  2. Rodney McGruder
  3. Cory Joseph ($5,155,500 player option)
  4. Hamidou Diallo ($5,200,000 team option)
  5. Frank Jackson ($3,150,000 team option)
  6. Trey Lyles ($2,625,000 team option)
  7. Luka Garza ($1,563,518 team option)
  8. Jamorko Pickett (two-way)

Golden State Warriors

  1. Nemanja Bjelica
  2. Andre Iguodala
  3. Damion Lee
  4. Kevon Looney
  5. Gary Payton II
  6. Otto Porter
  7. Juan Toscano-Anderson (RFA)
  8. Chris Chiozza (two-way)
  9. Jeff Dowtin (two-way)

Houston Rockets

  1. Danuel House
  2. John Wall ($47,366,760 player option)
  3. Jae’Sean Tate ($1,782,621 team option)
  4. Garrison Mathews (two-way)
  5. Daishen Nix (two-way)

Indiana Pacers

  1. Jeremy Lamb
  2. Brad Wanamaker
  3. T.J. Warren
  4. Kelan Martin (RFA)
  5. Oshae Brissett ($1,846,738 team option)
  6. DeJon Jarreau (two-way)
  7. Duane Washington (two-way)

Los Angeles Clippers

  1. Isaiah Hartenstein
  2. Serge Ibaka
  3. Nicolas Batum ($3,328,530 player option)
  4. Ivica Zubac ($7,518,518 team option)
  5. Amir Coffey (two-way)
  6. Jay Scrubb (two-way)

Los Angeles Lakers

  1. Carmelo Anthony
  2. Trevor Ariza
  3. Kent Bazemore
  4. Avery Bradley
  5. Wayne Ellington
  6. Dwight Howard
  7. DeAndre Jordan
  8. Malik Monk
  9. Rajon Rondo
  10. Russell Westbrook ($47,063,478 player option)
  11. Kendrick Nunn ($5,250,000 player option)
  12. Austin Reaves ($1,563,518 team option)
  13. Chaundee Brown (two-way)
  14. Jay Huff (two-way)

Memphis Grizzlies

  1. Kyle Anderson
  2. Jarrett Culver
  3. Tyus Jones
  4. Sam Merrill (RFA)
  5. Yves Pons (two-way)
  6. Killian Tillie (two-way)

Miami Heat

  1. Dewayne Dedmon
  2. Udonis Haslem
  3. Markieff Morris
  4. Victor Oladipo
  5. KZ Okpala (RFA)
  6. P.J. Tucker ($7,350,000 player option)
  7. Marcus Garrett (two-way)
  8. Caleb Martin (two-way)

Milwaukee Bucks

  1. DeMarcus Cousins
  2. Rodney Hood
  3. Semi Ojeleye
  4. Donte DiVincenzo (RFA)
  5. Jordan Nwora (RFA)
  6. Pat Connaughton ($5,728,393 player option)
  7. Bobby Portis ($4,564,980 player option)
  8. Thanasis Antetokounmpo ($1,878,720 player option)
  9. Javonte Smart (two-way)

Minnesota Timberwolves

  1. Patrick Beverley
  2. Jake Layman
  3. Taurean Prince
  4. Josh Okogie (RFA)
  5. Jaylen Nowell ($1,930,681 team option)
  6. Naz Reid ($1,930,681 team option)
  7. Nathan Knight (two-way)
  8. McKinley Wright (two-way)

New Orleans Pelicans

  1. Tomas Satoransky
  2. Jose Alvarado (two-way)
  3. Daulton Hommes (two-way)

New York Knicks

  1. Mitchell Robinson
  2. Wayne Selden
  3. Kevin Knox (RFA)
  4. Luka Samanic (two-way)

Oklahoma City Thunder

  1. Derrick Favors ($10,183,800 player option)
  2. Mike Muscala ($3,500,000 team option)
  3. Luguentz Dort ($1,930,681 team option)
  4. Isaiah Roby ($1,930,681 team option)
  5. Paul Watson (two-way)
  6. Aaron Wiggins (two-way)

Orlando Magic

  1. Michael Carter-Williams
  2. Gary Harris
  3. Robin Lopez
  4. E’Twaun Moore
  5. Mohamed Bamba (RFA)
  6. Ignas Brazdeikis (two-way)
  7. Mychal Mulder (two-way)

Philadelphia 76ers

  1. Andre Drummond
  2. Shake Milton ($1,997,718 team option)
  3. Aaron Henry (two-way)
  4. Grant Riller (two-way)

Phoenix Suns

  1. Frank Kaminsky
  2. JaVale McGee
  3. Elfrid Payton
  4. Jalen Smith
  5. Deandre Ayton (RFA)
  6. Abdel Nader ($2,160,000 team option)
  7. Chandler Hutchison (two-way)
  8. Ishmail Wainright (two-way)

Portland Trail Blazers

  1. Robert Covington
  2. Ben McLemore
  3. Jusuf Nurkic
  4. Dennis Smith Jr.
  5. Tony Snell
  6. Cody Zeller
  7. CJ Elleby (RFA)
  8. Anfernee Simons (RFA)
  9. Keljin Blevins (two-way)
  10. Trendon Watford (two-way)

Sacramento Kings

  1. Damian Jones
  2. Tristan Thompson
  3. Marvin Bagley III (RFA)
  4. Louis King (two-way)
  5. Neemias Queta (two-way)

San Antonio Spurs

  1. Bryn Forbes
  2. Thaddeus Young
  3. Lonnie Walker (RFA)
  4. Devontae Cacok (two-way)
  5. Joe Wieskamp (two-way)

Toronto Raptors

  1. Isaac Bonga
  2. Chris Boucher
  3. Goran Dragic
  4. Yuta Watanabe
  5. Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk ($1,878,720 player option)
  6. Justin Champagnie (two-way)
  7. David Johnson (two-way)

Utah Jazz

  1. Joe Ingles
  2. Hassan Whiteside
  3. Elijah Hughes (RFA)
  4. Miye Oni (RFA)
  5. Eric Paschall (RFA)
  6. Malik Fitts (two-way)
  7. Trent Forrest (two-way)

Washington Wizards

  1. Thomas Bryant
  2. Montrezl Harrell
  3. Raul Neto
  4. Anthony Gill (RFA)
  5. Aaron Holiday (RFA)
  6. Bradley Beal ($36,422,136 player option)
  7. Joel Ayayi (two-way)
  8. Cassius Winston (two-way)

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

2022 NBA Free Agents

Hoops Rumors’ up-to-date list of 2022 free agents is below. These are players who are eligible for restricted or unrestricted free agency after the 2021/22 season. The player’s 2022 age is in parentheses.

Players who are currently free agents are not seen here. Players with team or player options for the 2022/23 season are listed, unless they’re still on their rookie scale contracts.

You’ll be able to access this list anytime under the “Hoops Rumors Features” menu on the right sidebar on 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 11-30-21 (1:17pm CT)


Unrestricted Free Agents

Point Guards

Shooting Guards

Small Forwards

Power Forwards

Centers


Restricted Free Agents

Point Guards

Shooting Guards

Small Forwards

Power Forwards

Centers


Player Options

Point Guards

Shooting Guards

Small Forwards

Power Forwards

Centers


Team Options

Point Guards

Shooting Guards

Small Forwards

Power Forwards

Centers


Two-Way Free Agents

Point Guards

Shooting Guards

Small Forwards

Power Forwards

Centers


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