Just in case you missed anything over the weekend, here are some trades that just happened in the NBA. Free agency in 2019 is turning out to be one that will redefine the NBA's next season. Check out your local MyArea site for more sports and teams in your area!
Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets on a 4-year, $164M deal.
D'Angelo Russell to the Golden State Warriors on a 4-year, $117M max
Kyrie Irving to the Brooklyn Nets on a 4-year, $141M deal
Deandre Jordan to the Brooklyn Nets on a 4-year, $40M deal
Derrick Rose to the Detroit Pistons on a 2-year, $15M deal
Kemba Walker to the Boston Celtics on a 4-year, $141M max
Jimmy Butler to the Miami Heat on a sign-and-trade deal
Anthony Davis to the LA Lakers
Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Josh Hart to the New Orleans Pelicans
Andre Iguodala to the Memphis Grizzlies
Al Horford to the Philadelphia 76ers
JJ Redick to the New Orleans Pelicans
Damien Lillard staying with the Portland Trailblazers on a 4-year, $196M max
Tobias Harris staying with the Philadelphia 76ers on a 5-year, $180M deal
Kristaps Porzingis staying with the Dallas Mavericks on a 5-year, $158M deal.
Jamal Murray staying with the Denver Nuggets on a 5-year, $170M deal
Nikola Vucevic staying with the Orlando Magic on a 4-year, $100M deal
Klay Thompson staying with the Golden State Warriors on a 5-year, $190M deal
Where will the NBA Finals MVP land? Stay tuned for more 2019 NBA Free Agency signings.