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Transactions: 2005-06 Season


Posted Dec 3 2009 10:00AM

2005-06
NBA transactions for the 2005-06 season -- July 1, 2005 to June 30, 2006.

June 2006
Fri, June 30 Boston waives Orien Greene.

Atlanta exercises the option on Royal Ivey for the 2006-07 season.

Miami exercises the option on Jason Kapono for the 2006-07 season.

Minnesota exercises the option on Bracey Wright for the 2006-07 season.

New Jersey declines to exercise the option on Clifford Robinson for the 2006-07 season; waives Scott Padgett.

Portland claims Nikoloz Tskitishvili off waivers from Phoenix.

Toronto acquires T.J. Ford from Milwaukee for Charlie Villanueva and cash considerations.

Utah exercises the option on Keith McLeod for the 2006-07 season.

Thu, June 29 Milwaukee exercises the option on Andrew Bogut for the 2007-08 season.
Wed, June 28 Boston acquires Sebastian Telfair, Theo Ratliff and a second-round pick in 2008 from Portland for Dan Dickau, Raef LaFrentz and the Draft rights to Randy Foye.

Chicago acquires the Draft rights to Thabo Sefolosha from Philadelphia for the Draft rights to Rodney Carney, a 2007 second-round pick and cash considerations.

Dallas acquires a future second-round pick from the L.A. Lakers for the Draft rights to J.R. Pinnock.

Denver acquires a future second-round pick from Boston for the Draft rights to Leon Powe.

Houston acquires the Draft rights to Lior Eliyahu from Orlando for cash considerations.

Indiana acquires the Draft rights to James White from Portland for the Draft rights to Alexander Johnson and two future second-round picks.

Indiana makes a qualifying offer to Fred Jones.

L.A. Lakers acquire Maurice Evans from Detroit for the Draft rights to Cheick Samb.

Memphis acquires the Draft rights to Alexander Johnson from Portland (via Indiana) for a future second-round pick.

Milwaukee acquires the Draft rights to Damir Markota from San Antonio for a future second-round pick.

Minnesota acquires the Draft rights to Randy Foye from Portland (via Boston) for the Draft rights to Brandon Roy.

Philadelphia acquires the Draft rights to Bobby Jones from Minnesota for a future second-round pick and cash considerations.

Philadelphia acquires the Draft rights to Edin Bavcic from Toronto for cash considerations.

Phoenix acquires a future first-round pick from Boston for Brian Grant, the Draft rights to Rajon Rondo and cash considerations.

Portland acquires the Draft rights to LaMarcus Aldridge and a future second-round pick from Chicago for Viktor Khryapa and the Draft rights to Tyrus Thomas.

Portland acquires the Draft rights to Sergio Rodriguez from Phoenix for cash considerations.

Tue, June 27 New Orleans/Oklahoma City extends the contract of head coach Byron Scott through 2008-09.

Toronto exercises the options on Charlie Villanueva and Joey Graham through the 2007-08 season.

Thu, June 22 Milwaukee names Larry Krystkowiak assistant coach.

New York dismisses coach Larry Brown; names Isiah Thomas head coach.

Toronto names Maurizio Gherardini vice president and assistant general manager.

Wed, June 21 San Antonio acquires Matt Bonner, Eric Williams and a 2009 second-round pick from Toronto for Rasho Nesterovic.
Wed, June 14 Indiana waives Jonathan Bender.
Tue, June 13 Houston picks up option on Chuck Hayes.
Thu, June 8 Toronto acquires Kris Humphries and Robert Whaley from Utah for Rafael Araujo.
Wed, June 7 Seattle names Gordon Chiesa assistant coach.
Tue, June 6 New Jersey exercises its 2007-08 option for head coach Lawrence Frank.
Sat, June 3 Sacramento names Eric Musselman head coach.
May 2006
Tue, May 30 Houston announces the resignation of president and CEO George Postolos, effective June 30.

New Jersey names Alex Diaz senior vice president and general manager of arena operations.

Portland announces the contract of general manager John Nash will not be extended; names Steve Patterson interim general manager.

Thu, May 25 Cleveland exercises the 2008-09 option for head coach Mike Brown.
Wed, May 24 Charlotte announces the resignation of president and CEO Ed Tapscott; named Van Sinclair acting president and COO.
Mon, May 22 Minnesota names Randy Wittman assistant coach.
Tue, May 9 Milwaukee announces the resignation of assistant general manager Dan Kohl.

Sacramento and Rick Adelman mutually agree to not pursue a head coaching contract renewal.

Wed, May 3 Orlando names Otis Smith general manager, Alex Martins chief operating officer and Jim Fritz chief financial officer.
Tue, May 2 Charlotte exercised its 2006-07 options on Matt Carroll and Alan Anderson.
April 2006
Tue, April 18 Minnesota announces the retirement of Fred Hoiberg, who will join the team's front office.

New Jersey signs Derrick Zimmerman and John Thomas for the remainder of the season.

Seattle exercises the 2006-07 option on coach Bob Hill.

Wed, April 12 L.A. Lakers re-assign Von Wafer to Fort Worth of the D-League.

Cleveland recallas Martynas Andriuskevicius from Arkansas of the D-League.

Tue, April 11 Chicago signs Randy Livingston for the remainder of the season.

Mon, April 10 N.O./Okla. City signs Marcus Fizer for the remainder of the season.

Minnesota recalls Bracey Wright from Florida of the D-League.

Fri, April 7 Golden State signs Will Bynum for the remainder of the season.

Thu, April 6 New York signs Ime Udoka from Fort Worth of the D-League.

Atlanta signs Anthony Grundy to a second 10-day contract.

Sat, April 1 Charlotte waives guard Kareem Rush.

March 2006
Fri, March 31 N.O./Okla. City waived forward/center Jackson Vroman.

N.O./Okla. City signed Marcus Fizer to 10-day contract.

Wed, March 29 N.O./Okla. City recalls Brandon Bass from Tulsa of the D-League.

Mon, March 27 Atlanta signs Anthony Grundy to a 10-day contract.

Golden State signs Will Bynum to a second 10-day contract.

Orlando exercises the option on Dwight Howard and Jameer Nelson.

Portland assigns Ha Seung-Jin to Fort Worth of the D-League.

Toronto signs James Lang to a 10-day contract.

Sat, March 25 Toronto signs Andre Barrett to a second 10-day contract.

Fri, March 24 N.O./Okla. City assigns Brandon Bass to Tulsa of the D-League.

Philadelphia waives Jamal Masburn, who announced his retirement.

Thu, March 23 Philadelphia signs Willie Green.

Denver signs Howard Eisley for the remainder of the season.

Toronto releases Antonio Davis.

Wed, March 22 Chicago signs Randy Livingston from the Idaho Stampede of the CBA to a 10-day contract.

L.A. Lakers recall Von Wafer from Fort Worth of the D-League.

Orlando signs Tony Battie to a contract extension.

Seattle signs Noel Felix for the remainder of the season.

Mon, March 20 Houston claims Richie Frahm off waivers from Minnesota.

Fri, March 17 Washington signs Billy Thomas for the remainder of the season.

Golden State signs Will Bynum from Roanoke of the D-League to a 10-day contract.

Thu, March 16 Denver recalls Julius Hodge from Austin of the D-League.

Cleveland assigns Martynas Andriuskevicius to Arkansas of the D-League.

Minnesota waives Richie Frahm.

San Antonio signs Melvin Sanders from Fayetteville of the D-League.

Wed, March 15 Toronto signs Andre Barrett to a 10-day contract.

Phoenix releases Andre Barrett.

Chicago re-signs Luke Schenscher to a second 10-day contract.

Mon, March 13 Chicago recalls Eddie Basden from Tulsa of the D-League.

Denver re-signs Howard Eisley to a second 10-day contract.

Houston waives Gerald Fitch.

Seattle re-signs Noel Felix to a second 10-day contract.

Sat, March 11 Phoenix signs Andre Barrett to a second 10-day contract.

Wed, March 8 Seattle signs Marcus Fizer to a 10-day contract.

Tue, March 7 Dallas assigns Pavel Podkolzin to Fort Worth of the D-League.

Mon, March 6 Cleveland recalls Martynas Andriuskevicius from Arkansas of the D-League.

Houston assigns guard Gerald Fitch to Austin of the D-League.

Atlanta recalls guard Donta Smith from Arkansas of the D-League.

L.A. Lakers sign Jim Jackson.

L.A. Lakers waive Slava Medvedenko.

Washington signs Billy Thomas to a second 10-day contract.

Sun, March 5 Chicago signs Luke Schenscher to a 10-day contract.

Sat, March 4 Dallas recalls Josh Powell from Fort Worth of the D-League.

Fri, March 3 Denver signs Howard Eisley to a 10-day contract.

Phoenix signs Tim Thomas.

Thu, March 2 Atlanta signs James Lang to a 10-day contract.

Cleveland assigns Martynas Andriuskevicius to Arkansas of the D-League.

Detroit assigns Alex Acker to Fayetteville of the D-League.

Seattle signs Noel Felix to a 10-day contract.

Houston acquires Rick Brunson off waivers from Seattle.

Wed, March 1 Chicago waives Tim Thomas.

Denver waives Charles Smith.

Detroit signs Tony Delk.

Houston waives Jon Barry.

Phoenix waives Jim Jackson and signs Andre Barrett from Florida
of the D-League to a 10-day contract.

Seattle waives Bryon Russell.

February 2006
Tue, Feb. 28 Memphis assigns Lawrence Roberts and Anthony Roberson to Arkansas of the D-League.

Seattle waives Rick Brunson.

Mon, Feb. 27 Detroit assigns Amir Johnson to Fayetteville of the D-League.

L.A. Lakers assign Von Wafer to Fort Worth of the D-League.

Sun, Feb. 26 Dallas recalls Rawle Marshall from Fort Worth of the D-League and assigns Josh Powell to Fort Worth.

Sat, Feb. 25 Denver assigns Julius Hodge to Austin of the D-League.

Fri, Feb. 24 Atlanta waives Tony Delk.

Cleveland waives Lee Nailon and re-signs Stephen Graham.

Denver recalls Julius Hodge from Austin of the D-League.

Orlando waives Anfernee Hardaway and re-signs Bo Outlaw.

Washington signs Billy Thomas to a 10-day contract.

Thu, Feb. 23 In a four-team, nine-player trade:
  • Seattle acquires Earl Watson, Bryon Russell, a 2008 second-round pick and cash from Denver.
  • Denver acquires Reggie Evans from Seattle, and Ruben Patterson and Charles Smith from Portland.
  • Portland acquires Voshon Lenard from Denver and Brian Skinner from Sacramento.
  • Sacramento acquires Vitaly Potapenko from Seattle and Sergei Monia from Portland.

    Cleveland acquires Ronald Murray from Seattle for Mike Wilks and cash.

    Cleveland acquires Lee Nailon and a 2006 second-round pick from Philadelphia for a conditional 2006 second-round pick.

    Miami acquires Derek Anderson from Houston for Gerald Fitch.

    New Jersey acquires Bostjan Nachbar from New Orleans/Oklahoma City for Marc Jackson, Linton Johnson and cash.

  • Wed, Feb. 22 New York acquires Steve Francis from Orlando in exchange for Trevor Ariza and Anfernee Hardaway.

    Orlando waives Bo Outlaw.

    Mon, Feb. 20 Boston recalls Gerald Green from Florida of the D-League.

    Cleveland signs Stephen Graham to a second 10-day contract.

    Memphis recalls Lawrence Roberts and Anthony Roberson from Arkansas of the D-League.

    Thu, Feb. 16 Boston assigns Gerald Green to Florida of the D-League.

    Wed, Feb. 15 Orlando acquires Carlos Arroyo and Darko Milicic from Detroit for Kelvin Cato and a future first-round draft pick.

    Tue, Feb. 14 L.A. Clippers acquire Vladimir Radmanovic from Seattle for Chris Wilcox.

    Mon, Feb. 13 New Orleans/Oklahoma City acquires Moochie Norris from Houston for Maciej Lampe.

    Thu, Feb. 9 Charlotte acquires Lonny Baxter from Houston for Keith Bogans.

    Wed, Feb. 8 New Orleans/Oklahoma City rescinds its Feb. 1 trade with Philadelphia for Steven Hunter.

    Boston recalls Dwayne Jones from Florida of the D-League.

    Tue, Feb. 7 Denver assigns Julius Hodge to Austin of the D-League.

    Mon, Feb. 6 Chicago re-signs James Thomas to second 10-day contract.

    Cleveland signs Stephen Graham to a 10-day contract.

    Seattle signs Mateen Cleaves to a 10-day contract.

    Sat, Feb. 4 Portland recalls Sergei Monia and Martell Webster from Fort Worth of the D-League.

    Fri, Feb. 3 Toronto acquires Antonio Davis from New York for Jalen Rose and a first round pick in the 2006 NBA Draft.

    Boston recalls Gerald Green from Fayeteville of the D-League.

    Utah recalls C.J. Miles from Albuquerque of the D-League.

    Thu, Feb. 2 Memphis assigns Lawrence Roberts and Anthony Roberson to Arkansas of the D-League.

    Wed, Feb. 1 New Orleans/Oklahoma City acquires Steven Hunter from Philadelphia for two second round picks in the 2006 and 2007 NBA Drafts.

    Philadelphia signs Zendon Hamilton to a 10-day contract.

    Cleveland recalls Martynas Andriuskevicius from Arkansas of the D-League.

    January 2006
    Tue., Jan. 31 Minnesota assigns Bracey Wright to Florida of the D-League.

    New Orleans/Oklahoma City acquires Aaron Williams from Toronto for second round draft picks in 2006 and 2009.

    Washington assigns Peter John Ramos to Roanoke of the D-League.

    Sat., Jan. 28 Houston signs Chuck Hayes for the remainder of the season.

    Seattle re-signs Mateen Cleaves from Fayetteville of the D-League.

    Fri., Jan. 27 Chicago signs James Thomas to a 10-day contract.

    Thu., Jan. 26 Minnesota acquires Ricky Davis, Mark Blount, Marcus Banks, Justin Reed and two second-round draft picks from Boston for Wally Szczerbiak, Michael Olowokandi, Dwayne Jones and a conditional future first-round draft pick.

    Phoenix acquires Nikoloz Tskitishvili from Minnesota for a 2006 second-round draft pick.

    Toronto dismisses general manager Rob Babcock and names Wayne Embry interim general manager.

    Wed., Jan. 25 Sacramento acquires Ron Artest from Indiana for Peja Stojakovic.

    Mon., Jan. 23 Memphis signs Chucky Atkins.

    Sun., Jan. 22 San Antonio signs Melvin Sanders from Fayetteville of the D-League.

    Fri., Jan. 20 Chicago assigns Eddie Basden to Tulsa of the D-League.

    Thu., Jan. 19 Washington recalls Peter John Ramos from Roanoke of the D-League.

    Wed., Jan. 18 Miami recalls Earl Barron and Dorell Wright from Florida of the D-League.

    Houston signs Chuck Hayes from the D-League to a 10-day contract and signs John Lucas III to a second 10-day contract.

    Washington announces the buyout of the contract of Chucky Atkins.

    Toronto recalls Pape Sow from Arkansas of the D-League.

    Tues., Jan. 17 Chicago signs Stephen Graham to a 10-day contract.

    Philadelphia names Henry Bibby assistant coach.

    L.A. Lakers sign Ronny Turiaf.

    L.A. Lakers waive Laron Profit.

    Sun., Jan. 15 Portland assigns Martell Webster to Fort Worth of the D-League.

    Portland assigns Sergei Monia to Fort Worth of the D-League.

    Thu., Jan. 12 Orlando suspends Steve Francis for conduct detrimental to the team.

    Tue., Jan. 10 Cleveland signs Zendon Hamilton to a 10-day contract.

    Minnesota recalls Bracey Wright from the Florida Flame of the D-League.

    L.A. Clippers signed Kaniel Dickens of Fayetteville of the D-League to a 10-day contract.

    Mon., Jan. 9 Phoenix signs Josh Davis to a 10-day contract.

    Sun., Jan. 8 Houston re-signs John Lucas III to a 10-day contract.

    Fri., Jan. 6 Boston assigns Gerald Green to Fayetteville of the D-League.

    Thu., Jan. 5 Atlanta waives John Thomas.

    Chicago signs Randy Holcombe to a 10-day contract.

    Cleveland waives Zendon Hamilton.

    Golden State waives Aaron Miles.

    Indiana waives Samaki Walker.

    New Orleans/Oklahoma City waives Sean Banks.

    Phoenix waives Jared Reiner.

    Wed., Jan. 4 Seattle waives Mateen Cleaves.

    Utah assigns C.J. Miles to Albuquerque of the D-League.

    Houston waives John Lucas III and Josh Davis.

    Tue., Jan. 3 Miami assigns Dorell Wright and Earl Barron to Florida of the D-League.

    Minnesota assigns Dwayne Jones to Florida of the D-League.

    Philadelphia announces assistant coach Jim Lynam will not return to team citing health reasons.

    Seattle dismisses head coach Bob Weiss; names Bob Hill head coach.

    Mon., Jan. 2 New York suspends Jerome James indefinitely for conduct detrimental to the team.

    Washington recalls Andray Blatche from Roanoke of the D-League.

    December 2005
    Thu., Dec. 29 Atlanta places Tony Delk on the injured list and activates Donta Smith from the injured list.

    Dallas assigns Rawle Marshall to Fort Worth of the D-League.

    Houston signs John Lucas and Josh Davis and releases Stephen Graham.

    Wed., Dec. 28 Minnesota recalls Dwayne Jones from Florida of the D-League.

    Sat., Dec. 24 Phoenix waives Sharrod Ford.

    Thu., Dec. 15 Milwaukee waives Josh Davis and signs Jermaine Jackson.

    Tue., Dec. 13 Washington assigns Andray Blatche to Roanoke of the D-League.

    Mon., Dec. 12 Miami announces the resignation of coach Stan Van Gundy; names Pat Riley interim coach.

    Fri., Dec. 9 Philadelphia signs Matt Barnes.

    Toronto names Gene Keady assistant coach.

    Thu., Dec. 8 Philadelphia waives Deng Gai and James Thomas.

    Tue., Dec. 6 New York signs Qyntel Woods.

    Mon., Dec. 5 Milwaukee signs Josh Davis.

    Houston waives Dion Glover.

    Sat., Dec. 3 New York waives Matt Barnes.

    Fri., Dec. 2 Atlanta assigns Donta Smith to Arkansas of the D-League.

    Thu., Dec. 1 Denver suspends Voshon Lenard one game for conduct detrimental to the team.

    November 2005
    Mon., Nov. 28 Dallas signs Adrian Griffin.

    Phoenix recalls Dijon Thompson from Albuquerque of the D-League.

    San Antonio waives Alex Scales.

    Fri., Nov. 25 Dallas waives Doug Christie.

    Thu., Nov. 24 Milwaukee waives Josh Davis.

    Tues., Nov. 22 Memphis waives John Thomas.

    Sun., Nov. 20 Toronto assigns Pape Sow to Arkansas of the D-League.

    Sat., Nov. 19 San Antonio waives Melvin Sanders.

    Fri., Nov. 18 Miami signs Gerald Fitch and waives Matt Walsh.

    Thu., Nov. 17 L.A. Clippers sign Howard Eisley.

    San Antonio signs Alex Scales.

    Wed., Nov. 16 L.A. Clippers waive Anthony Goldwire.

    Toronto signs Darrick Martin.

    Tue., Nov. 15 New Jersey names Jim Sann associate coach.

    Mon., Nov. 14 Washington assigns Peter John Ramos to Roanoke of the D-League.

    Sun., Nov. 13 Milwaukee assigns Ersan Ilyasova to Tulsa of the D-League.

    Wed., Nov. 9 Boston names Robert Parish a consultant.

    San Antonio signs Melvin Sanders.

    Tue., Nov. 8 New Jersey waives Ben Handlogten.

    Fri., Nov. 4 Phoenix assigns Dijon Thompson to Albuquerque of the D-League.

    Thu., Nov. 3 Minnesota assigns Dwayne Jones and Bracey Wright to Florida of the D-League.

    Wed., Nov. 2 Phoenix signs Sharrod Ford and waives Lucas Tischer.

    Tue., Nov. 1 Chicago waives Kasib Powell.



    October 2005
    Date Transaction
    Oct. 31 Cleveland exercises the option on the contract of Sasha Pavlovic.

    Detroit signs Tayshaun Prince to a multiyear contract extension.

    Golden State signs Mike Dunleavy to a multiyear contract extension.

    L.A. Clippers waive Yuta Tabuse.

    L.A. Lakers exercise the option on the contract of Brian Cook and waive Corie Blount.

    Memphis signs President of Basketball Operations Jerry West to two-year extension.

    Minnesota acquires Ronald Dupree from Detroit for a future second-round draft choice and waives Ndudi Ebi.

    New Jersey exercises the option on the contract of Zoran Planinic.

    New Jersey assistant coach Gordon Chiesa resigns.

    Washington signs Caron Butler to multiyear contract extension.

    Oct. 29 Boston exercises the option on the contract of Kendrick Perkins.

    Seattle waives Noel Felix and Alex Scales.

    Oct. 28 Denver exercises the option on the contract of Carmelo Anthony.

    Dallas waives Tariq Abdul-Wahad.

    Houston names Charlie Ward assistant coach.

    L.A. Clippers waive Rodney White.

    Memphis exercises option on the contract of Dahntay Jones.

    Milwaukee exercises the option on the contract of T.J. Ford.

    New Orleans/Oklahoma City waives George Lynch.

    Philadelphia waives Steve Castleberry and Olu Famutimi.

    Oct. 27 Atlanta waives Anthony Grundy and Ajani Williams.

    Boston waives Curtis Borchardt.

    Chicago waives Randy Holcomb

    Cleveland waives Kelenna Azubuike, Obinna Ekezie and Jahidi White.

    Denver waives Eric Chenowith, Nigel Dixon, Mark Pope and Theron Smith.

    Golden State waives Deji Akindele, Justin Davis and Ray Young.

    Indiana waives Jimmie Hunter and Damone Brown.

    L.A. Lakers waive TonyBobbitt and Adam Parada.

    Milwaukee waives Andre Barrett and Tommy Smith.

    Minnesota waives Lionel Chalmers, Ryan Humphrey and John Lucas.

    New Jersey waives Derrick Zimmerman.

    Phoenix exercises fourth-year options on Leandro Barbosa and Boris Diaw; waives Anthony Lever-Pedroza.

    Toronto releases Toree Morris and Corey Williams.

    Washington exercises fourth-year option on Jarvis Hayes and waives Hiram Fuller and Billy Thomas.

    Oct. 26 Charlotte acquires Jumaine Jones from the L.A. Lakers for a second-round draft pick.

    Milwaukee acquires Jamaal Magloire from New Orleans for Desmond Mason and a first-round draft pick.

    New York waives Steven Barber, Jamison Brewer and Otis George.

    San Antonio waives Sharrod Ford, Stephen Graham and Melvin Sanders.

    Oct. 25 Boston waives Will Bynum.

    Charlotte releases Jason Capel and D'or Fischer.

    Detroit waives Andreas Glyniadakis.

    Houston waives Chuck Hayes and Keith Langford.

    Oct. 24 Chicago exercies option on Kirk Hinrich for 2006-07 season.

    New Jersey waives Adam Chubb, Arthur Johnson and Ricky Shields.

    Phoenix claims Jared Reiner off waivers from L.A. Clippers.

    Oct. 23 L.A. Clippers sign Anthony Goldwire.

    Milwaukee waives Brandon Hunter.

    Oct. 22 Toronto waives Robert Pack, Tierre Brown and Bryant Matthews.

    Oct. 20 Cleveland waives Filiberto Rivera.

    L.A. Clippers waive Jared Reiner and Fred Vinson.

    Seattle waives Roger Powell.

    Oct. 19 Minnesota names Zarko Durisic, Pete Philo and Rex Chapman to its player personnel staff.

    Portland waives Sam Clancy.

    Oct. 18 Chicago waives Jermaine Jackson.

    L. A. Lakers waive Will Conroy.

    New Orleans/Oklahoma City waives Troy Bell.

    Oct. 17 Golden State waives Mamadou N?diaye.

    New York announces the retirement of Allan Houston.

    San Antonio waives Jawad Williams.

    Philadelphia waives Herve Lamizana.

    Utah waives Cory Violette and Mark Karcher.

    Oct. 16 Detroit waives Todd Day.

    Oct. 15 San Antonio waives Kyle Bailey.

    Oct. 14 Atlanta waives Roderick Riley, Mark Strickland and Anthony Wilkins.

    Minnesota waives Matt Freije and Felipe Lopez.

    New York signs Jamison Brewer.

    Oct. 13 Minnesota waives Marlon Parmer.

    Oct. 12 Cleveland waives Menge Bateer.

    Detroit waives Alejandro Carmona Sanchez.

    Houston waives Charlie Ward.

    Miami waives Kevin Braswell.

    Oct. 11 L.A. Clippers waive Jan Jagla and Amal McCaskill.

    Philadelphia waives Ime Udoka.

    Oct. 10 Chicago re-signs Jannero Pargo .

    Oct. 7 Houston waives Vin Baker.

    Seattle waives Tre Simmons and Ezra Williams.

    Oct. 6 L.A. Lakers waive Vlade Divac.

    New York signs Matt Barnes.

    Sacramento claims Luke Schenscher off waivers from Denver.

    Seattle exercised the 2006-07 contract options on Nick Collison and Luke Ridnour.

    Oct. 5 L.A. Clippers sign Rodney White and waive Frank Williams.

    Minnesota signs Marlon Palmer.

    Oct. 4 Boston waives Qyntel Woods.

    Denver names Tim Grgurich assistant coach.

    Chicago signs Eddy Curry and trades him along with Antonio Davis to New York for Tim Thomas, Michael Sweetney and Jermaine Jackson (sign-and-trade). New York also sent Chicago its 2007 and 2009 second round draft picks, a conditional 2006 first round draft pick and a conditional right to swap 2007 first round draft picks with Chicago.

    New Jersey signs Adam Chubb, Ben Handlogten, Arthur Johnson, Ricky Shields and Derrick Zimmerman.

    New York names Brendan O'Connor assistant coach.

    Portland signs Sam Clancy.

    Seattle re-signs Reggie Evans.

    Toronto acquires Mike James from Houston in exchange for Rafer Alston.

    Oct. 3 Dallas signs Erick Strickland, Kaniel Dickens and Samo Udrih.

    Golden State signs Mamadou N?diaye.

    Houston signs Dion Glover, Keith Langford and Chuck Hayes.

    L.A. Lakers sign Corie Blount.

    Miami signs Jason Kapono.

    New York signs Steven Barber and Otis George.

    Philadelphia signs Steve Castleberry, Ola Famutimi, Ime Idoka, Herve Lamizana and James Thomas.

    Phoenix signs Amaré Stoudemire to five-year contract extension.

    Toronto signs Tierre Brown, Robert Pack, Corey Williams, Bryant Matthews and Toree Morris.

    Washington signs Awvee Storey and Billy Thomas.

    Oct. 2 Milwaukee signs Josh Davis.

    Oct. 1 L.A. Clippers sign Jan Jagla, Amal McCaskill, Boniface N?Dong, Jared Reiner, Fred Vinson and Frank Williams.

    New Orleans announces that Allan Bristow stepped down as general manager; names Jeff Bower general manager; hires David Miller as an assistant coach.

    September 2005
    Date Transaction
    Sept. 30 New Orleans signs Brandon Bass and trades Dan Dickau to Boston in exchange for a 2006 second-round draft pick.

    Charlotte re-signs Keith Bogans

    Seattle re-signs Mateen Cleaves

    Sept. 29 Golden State signs Aaron Miles, Ray Young, Justin Davis and Deji Akindele.

    L. A. Clippers agree to terms with Walter McCarty.

    Milwaukee signs Brandon Hunter.

    Orlando signs Bo Outlaw, Terence Morris, Matt Freije, Ken Johnson and Felipe Lopez.

    San Antonio signs Sharrod Ford, Melvin Sanders, Jawad Williams, Kyle Bailey and Stephen Graham.

    Sept. 28 Memphis signs Kennedy Winston.

    Portland signs Steve Blake after Washington declines to match offer sheet.

    Sept. 27 Charlotte re-signs Gerald Wallace.

    Memphis signs Kimani Ffriend.

    Milwaukee signs Andre Barrett and Tommy Smith.

    New York names Phil Ford and Dave Hanners assistant coaches.

    Seattle re-signs Ronald Murray.

    Sept. 26 Detroit names Ron Harper assistant coach.

    L.A. Clippers sign first-round pick Yaroslav Korolev.

    Minnesota signs Richie Frahm.

    Sept. 23 Chicago signs Darius Songaila.

    Sept. 22 Miami signs Gary Payton.

    Sept. 21 Chicago re-signs Tyson Chandler.

    Seattle re-signs Vladimir Radmanovic.

    Sept. 20 Portland signs Steve Blake to offer sheet.

    Sept. 19 Miami re-signs Shandon Anderson.

    L.A. Lakers sign Will Conroy.

    Sept. 17 Cleveland signs Alan Henderson.

    Sept. 15 L.A. Clippers sign Yuta Tabuse.

    Minnesota names Bob Thornton, Rex Kalamian, Vince Taylor, and Aleksandar Dzikic assistant coaches.

    Sept. 14 Utah signs Devin Brown.

    Sept. 13 Cleveland names Michael Malone and Melvin Hunt assistant coaches.

    Denver re-signs DerMarr Johnson and names Mark Warkentien director of player personnel.

    Sept. 12 Atlanta signs Esteban Batista.

    Golden State names John MacLeod assistant coach.

    Minnesota signs second-round pick Bracey Wright.

    Phoenix signs Eddie House and Lucas Tischer.

    Sept. 9 Minnesota re-signs Anthony Carter.

    Sept. 8 Cleveland signs Damon Jones.

    Houston signs Lonny Baxter.

    New Jersey signs Lamond Murray and Scott Padgett.

    Sept. 7 Denver signs Earl Watson.

    Washington signs Calvin Booth.

    Sept. 6 San Antonio re-signs Sean Marks.

    Sept. 3 Detroit signs Maurice Evans.

    Sept. 2 Chicago signs Malik Allen.

    L.A. Lakers name Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as special assistant coach.

    San Antonio signs Michael Finley.

    Toronto waives Lamond Murray.

    Utah signs Devin Brown to an offer sheet.

    Sept. 1 Houston signs Yao Ming to a multiyear contract extension.

    New Jersey signs Linton Johnson.

    Utah signs Milt Palacio.

    August 2005
    Date Transaction
    Aug. 31 Seattle signs Mikki Moore.

    Charlotte re-signs Matt Carroll and signs Kevin Burleson.

    Aug. 30 Atlanta re-signs Tyronn Lue and signs second-round pick Salim Stoudamire and John Edwards.

    Denver waives Luis Flores.

    L.A. Clippers sign second-round pick Daniel Ewing and James Singleton.

    Aug. 29 Milwaukee signs Ervin Johnson.

    San Antonio signs Nick Van Exel.

    Aug. 26 Dallas names Joe Prunty and Rolando Blackman assistant coaches.

    Detroit signs Dale Davis.

    Houston re-signs Dikembe Mutombo.

    L.A. Lakers sign Aaron McKie.

    Minnesota signs Dwayne Jones.

    Seattle names Bob Hill and Ralph Lewis as assistant coaches.

    Aug. 25 Indiana re-signs James Jones and trades him to Phoenix for a second-round draft pick.

    Phoenix signs head coach Mike D'Antoni to a contract extension.

    Aug. 24 Chicago re-signs Othella Harrington.

    Detroit signs Maurice Evans to an offer sheet.

    Seattle matches the offer sheet Damien Wilkins signed with Minnesota on Aug. 18.

    Aug. 23 Houston signs Derek Anderson.

    Milwaukee signs second-round pick Ersan Ilyasova.

    Seattle re-signs Vitaly Potapenko.

    Aug. 22 Minnesota re-signs Eddie Griffin.

    Orlando signs Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje.

    Toronto re-signs Matt Bonner.

    Aug. 19 Boston signs Will Bynum.

    Charlotte re-signs Brevin Knight.

    Dallas signs Doug Christie and DeSagana Diop.

    Phoenix re-signs Joe Johnson and trades him to Atlanta for Boris Diaw and two future first round draft picks.

    Aug. 18 Boston signs second-round pick Ryan Gomes.

    Denver signs Luke Schenscher.

    Milwaukee signs Charlie Bell.

    Minnesota signs Damien Wilkins to an offer sheet.

    Phoenix signs Pat Burke and Brian Grant.

    Aug. 17 New York announces the retirement of Jerome Williams.

    Aug. 15 Chicago re-signs Chris Duhon.

    Dallas re-signs Darrell Armstrong and waives Michael Finley.

    Houston waives Clarence Weatherspoon.

    Indiana waives Reggie Miller.

    Miami signs Matt Walsh.

    Milwaukee waives Calvin Booth.

    Minnesota waives Fred Hoiberg.

    New Jersey waives Ron Mercer.

    New York waives Jerome Williams.

    Toronto designates Alonzo Mourning as its amnesty player.

    Aug. 13 Milwaukee re-signs Michael Redd.

    Aug. 12 Charlotte re-signs Kareem Rush.

    Detroit names Sidney Lowe, Don Zierden and Igor Kokoskov assistant coaches.

    L.A. Clippers re-sign Marko Jaric and trade him, along with Lionel Chalmers, to Minnesota for Sam Cassell and a lottery-protected first-round pick.

    Miami signs first-round pick Wayne Simien and Gerald Fitch.

    Milwaukee re-signs Dan Gadzuric.

    Philadelphia signs Steven Hunter, waives Aaron McKie.

    Sacramento signs Shareef Abdur-Rahim.

    Aug. 11 Atlanta officially signs Zaza Pachulia after Milwaukee declines to match offer sheet.

    Detroit signs second-round picks Amir Johnson and Alex Acker.

    Houston re-signs Jon Barry.

    Indiana signs Sarunas Jasikevicius.

    New Jersey signs Jeff McInnis.

    Orlando waives Doug Christie.

    Aug. 10 Golden State signs second-round pick Monta Ellis.

    L.A. Lakers waive Brian Grant.

    Aug. 9 Chicago signs Eddie Basden.

    Minnesota re-signs Mark Madsen and signs Nikoloz Tskitishvili.

    New Jersey rescinds its Aug. 2 trade with Portland for Shareef Abdur-Rahim.

    Philadelphia trades Marc Jackson to New Jersey for a conditional second-round pick.

    Sacramento signs Jamal Sampson.

    Toronto signs Chris Duhon to an offer sheet; re-signs Pape Sow.

    Washington signs second-round pick Andray Blatche.

    Aug. 8 Miami signs Earl Barron.

    Milwaukee signs Bobby Simmons.

    Aug. 5 Dallas signs Rawle Marshall.

    Houston re-signs Ryan Bowen.

    Memphis signs Damon Stoudamire.

    Milwaukee re-signs Toni Kukoc.

    Philadelphia signs Shavlik Randolph and Deng Gai.

    Seattle signs Rick Brunson.

    Washington re-signs Michael Ruffin.

    Aug. 4 Golden State signs second-round pick Chris Taft.

    L.A. Clippers re-sign Zeljko Rebraca.

    New Jersey re-signs Clifford Robinson.

    Portland signs Juan Dixon and Charles Smith.

    Aug. 3 Atlanta signs Zaza Pachulia to an offer sheet.

    L.A. Clippers sign Cuttino Mobley, and waive Kerry Kittles and Rick Brunson.

    New Orleans re-signs Chris Andersen.

    Orlando signs Keyon Dooling.

    Phoenix signs Raja Bell.

    Portland waives Derek Anderson and Nick Van Exel.

    Seattle re-signs Ray Allen.

    Toronto signs Jose Calderon.

    Aug. 2 In a 13-player trade between Boston, Miami, Memphis, New Orleans and Utah ...

    • Boston acquires Qyntel Woods, two second round draft picks and the draft rights to Albert Miralles from Miami; and Curtis Borchardt from Utah.
    • Miami acquires Antoine Walker from Boston; Jason Williams, James Posey and Andre Emmett from Memphis; and the draft rights to Roberto Duanes from New Orleans.
    • Memphis acquires Eddie Jones from Miami and Raul Lopez from Utah.
    • New Orleans acquires Rasual Butler from Miami and Kirk Snyder from Utah.
    • Utah acquires Greg Ostertag from Memphis.

    Boston signs Brian Scalabrine.

    Charlotte acquires Jake Voskuhl from Phoenix in exchange for a conditional 2007 second-round draft pick.

    Cleveland signs Larry Hughes and Donyell Marshall, and re-signs Zydrunas Ilgauskas.

    Dallas signs Josh Powell.

    Houston signs Stromile Swift.

    L.A. Lakers acquire Kwame Brown and Laron Profit from Washington for Caron Butler and Chucky Atkins; sign Smush Parker.

    Miami re-signs Shaquille O'Neal and Udonis Haslem.

    New Jersey acquires Shareef Abdur-Rahim from Portland for a 2006 first-round pick (lottery protected) and the Nets' trade exception.

    New Orleans signs Arvydas Macijauskas and re-signs Bosjtan Nachbar.

    New York signs Jerome James.

    Philadelphia re-signs Samuel Dalembert and Kyle Korver.

    Sacramento acquires Bonzi Wells from Memphis for Greg Ostertag and Bobby Jackson; acquires Jason Hart from Charlotte for a 2006 or 2007 second-round draft pick; signs Ronnie Price.

    San Antonio signs Fabricio Oberto and re-signs Robert Horry.

    Washington signs Antonio Daniels.

    Aug. 1 L.A. Lakers sign second-round pick Von Wafer.

    Portland names Maurice Lucas assistant coach.

    Seattle re-signs assistant coach Jack Sikma, promotes Walt Rock to assistant coach/director of video scouting.

    July 2005
    Date Transaction
    July 29 New Jersey names Pat Sullivan assistant coach and Bob Thate shooting coach.

    July 28 New York names Larry Brown head coach.

    July 26 New Jersey names Gregg Polinsky director of scouting and Maury Hanks special assistant to the general manager.

    Portland signs 2004 first-round pick Sergei Monia to a multiyear contract.

    July 25 Milwaukee names Lester Conner assistant coach.

    July 22 New Jersey signs first-round pick Antoine Wright.

    July 21 Detroit names Flip Saunders head coach.

    July 20 Philadelphia names Jim Lynam, John Loyer and Bernard Smith assistant coaches.

    Milwaukee names Brian James assistant coach.

    July 18

    Philadelphia promotes Kathy Drysdale to director of game operations, Bree Jones to director of community relations, Brian Kirschner to director of communications and Shana Booker to marketing coordinator, hires Brandon Rost as promotions coordinator.

    Seattle names Bob Weiss head coach.

    San Antonio names Chip Engelland assistant coach.

    July 15 Denver exercises option on Voshon Lenard's contract.

    July 14 L.A. Lakers sign second-round pick Ronny Turiaf.

    Portland signs first-round pick Jarrett Jack to a multiyear contract and exercises option on Travis Outlaw's contract.

    July 13 Atlanta signs first-round pick Marvin Williams.

    July 12 New York names Roger Hinds athletic trainer.

    July 11 Minnesota signs first-round pick Rashad McCants.

    Phoenix signs second-round pick Dijon Thompson.

    Utah signs first-round pick Deron Williams and second-round pick C.J. Miles.

    Seattle signs first-round pick Johan Petro.

    July 10 Memphis signs second-round pick Lawrence Roberts.

    July 9 Memphis signs first-round pick Hakim Warrick.

    Cleveland names Lance Blanks and Chris Grant assistant general managers.

    July 8 Milwaukee names Terry Stotts head coach.

    July 7 Charlotte signs first-round picks Raymond Felton and Sean May.

    Detroit signs first-round pick Jason Maxiell.

    Golden State signs first-round pick Ike Diogu.

    Houston names Clyde Drexler and Matt Bullard television analysts.

    Indiana signs first-round pick Danny Granger.

    Portland names Nate McMillan head coach.

    Toronto signs first-round picks Charlie Villanueva and Joey Graham.

    July 6 L.A. Lakers sign first-round pick Andrew Bynum.

    New Orleans signs first-round pick Chris Paul.

    July 5 Atlanta waives Obinna Ekezie and James Thomas.

    Denver signs first-round picks Julius Hodge and Linas Kleiza.

    Orlando names Randy Wittman, Mark Bryant and Morlon Wiley assistant coaches.

    July 3 Boston signs first-round pick Gerald Green to a two-year contract.

    July 2 New York signs first-round picks Channing Frye and Nate Robinson to two-year contracts.

    Portland signs first-round pick Martell Webster to a two-year contract.

    July 1 Atlanta declines the 2006 contract option on Peja Drobnjak.

    Houston signs first-round pick Luther Head to a two-year contract.

    Milwaukee signs first-round pick Andrew Bogut to a two-year contract.

    Minnesota re-signs general manager Jim Stack.

    New York signs first-round pick David Lee to a two-year contract.

    Memphis names Scott Adubato assistant coach and Jason Hamm video coordinator.

    June 2005
    Date Transaction
    June 30 Boston exercises the contract option on Justin Reed for the 2005-06 season.

    Golden State exercises the contract option on Mickael Pietrus and Zarko Cabarkapa for the 2006-07 season; waives Rodney White.

    Sacramento's Cuttino Mobley declines option to return to team.

    Miami's Damon Jones declines option to return to team.

    New York exercises the option on Michael Sweetney for the 2006-07 season.

    June 29 L.A. Clippers waive Mamadou N'Diaye.

    Miami exercises the contract option on Qyntel Woods for the 2005-06 season.

    New Jersey exercises the contract option on Jacque Vaughn for the 2005-06 season.

    Phoenix names Dan D'Antoni assistant coach.

    June 28 Cleveland acquires the draft rights to Martynas Andriuskevicius from Orlando for a 2006 second-round pick and future considerations.

    Memphis acquires the draft rights to Lawrence Roberts from Seattle for two future second-round picks and future considerations.

    New York acquires Quentin Richardson, the draft rights to Nate Robinson and future considerations from Phoenix for Kurt Thomas and the draft rights to Dijon Thompson.

    Orlando acquires the draft rights to Marcin Gortat from Phoenix for future considerations.

    Portland acquired the drafts rights to Jarrett Jack from Denver for the draft rights to Linas Kleiza and Ricky Sanchez.

    Utah acquires the third selection in NBA Draft 2005 from Portland in exchange for the sixth and 27th picks and a conditional 2006 first-round pick.

    June 27 Cleveland names Danny Ferry general manager.

    L.A. Clippers tender Marko Jaric a qualifying offer for the 2005-06 season.

    New Jersey declines the contract option on Clifford Robinson.

    Orlando names Dave Twardzik and Otis Smith assistant general managers and Alex Martins executive vice president of marketing and franchise relations.

    Toronto exercises the contract option on Chris Bosh for the 2006-07 season.

    June 25 Charlotte exercises the contract option on Emeka Okafor for the 2007-08 season.

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