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Transactions: 2007-08 Season


Posted Dec 3 2009 9:18AM

2007-08
NBA transactions for the 2007-08 season -- July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2008.

June 2008
Mon, June 30

Washington re-signs Antawn Jamison.

L.A. Clippers' Corey Maggette opts out of his contract.

L.A. Clippers' Elton Brand opts out of his contract.

L.A. Clippers extend qualifying offers to Nick Fazekas and Marcus Williams.

Minnesota extends qualifying offers to Ryan Gomes, Chris Richard and Craig Smith.

Sun, June 29

Houston extends qualifying offer to Carl Landry.

Sat, June 28

Seattle extends qualifying offer to Robert Swift.

Utah exercises 2008-09 option on Paul Millsap and extends qualifying offer to C.J. Miles.

Fri, June 27

Denver extends qualifying offer to J.R. Smith.

New Jersey extends qualifying offer to Nenad Krstic.

Thu, June 26

Memphis acquires Marko Jaric, Antoine Walker, Greg Buckner and the draft rights to O.J. Mayo from Minnesota in exchange for Mike Miller, Brian Cardinal, Jason Collins and the draft rights to Kevin Love.

In a three-team trade, Portland acquires the draft rights to Nicolas Batum from Houston; Houston acquires the draft rights to Donte Greene and second-round selection in 2009 from Memphis plus Joey Dorsey from Portland; and Memphis acquires the draft rights to Darrell Arthur from Portland.

In a three-team trade, Chicago acquires the draft rights to Omer Asik from Portland; Portland acquires a second-round pick in 2009 from Denver plus two future second-round picks from Chicago; and Denver acquires the draft rights to Sonny Weems from Chicago.

Detroit acquires the draft rights to Walter Sharpe and Trent Plaisted from Seattle in exchange for the draft rights to D.J. White.

Cleveland acquires the draft rights to Darnell Jackson from Miami in exchange for a second-round selection in 2009.

L.A. Clippers acquire the draft rights to Mike Taylor from Portland in exchange for a second-round selection in 2009.

San Antonio acquires the draft rights to Malik Hairston, a second-round pick in 2009 and cash considerations from Phoenix in exchange for the draft rights to Goran Dragic.

Boston acquires the draft rights to Bill Walker from Washington in exchange for cash considerations.

Miami acquires the draft rights to Mario Chalmers from Minnesota in exchange for two future second-round picks and cash considerations.

Portland acquires the draft rights to Darrell Arthur from New Orleans in exchange for cash considerations.

Milwaukee acquires Richard Jefferson from New Jersey in exchange for Bobby Simmons and Yi Jianlian.

Phoenix's Grant Hill exercises player option for 2008-09 season.

Wed, June 25

Charlotte acquires the 20th overall selection in the 2008 NBA Draft from Denver in exchange for a future protected first-round pick.

Miami extends qualifying offers to Dorell Wright, Chris Quinn and Kasib Powell, making them restricted free agents.

Philadelphia extends qualifying offers to Andre Iguodala and Lou Williams, making them restricted free agents.

Mon, June 23

Denver suspends Carmelo Anthony for two games.

Detroit names Darrell Walker, Pat Sullivan and Harold Ellis assistant coaches.

Miami waives Alexander Johnson.

New Jersey names Doug Overton assistant coach.

Fri, June 20

Trevor Ariza exercises player option with L.A. Lakers for the 2008-09 season.

New York names Phil Weber, Dan D?Antoni and Herb Williams assistant coaches.

Phoenix names Alvin Gentry, Bill Cartwright, Dan Majerle and Igor Kokoskov assistant coaches.

Toronto extends qualifying offers to Jose Calderon and Carlos Delfino.

Wed, June 18

Toronto releases Jorge Garbajosa.

Tue, June 17

Memphis names Kevin O'Neill assistant coach.

Fri, June 13

Atlanta signs coach Mike Woodson to contract extension.

Miami names David Fizdale assistant coach.

Wed, June 11

Chicago names Vinny Del Negro head coach.

Tue, June 10

Detroit names Michael Curry head coach.

Mon, June 9

Phoenix names Terry Porter head coach.

Fri, June 6

Philadelphia's Calvin Booth exercises player option for 2008-09 season.

Wed, June 4

Charlotte names Dave Hanners, Phil Ford and Jeff Capel assistant coaches.

Tue, June 3

Detroit announces coach Flip Saunders will not return.

Mon, June 2

Orlando signs General Manager Otis Smith to multi-year contract extension.

May 2008
Wed, May 28

Atlanta names Rick Sund general manager.

Tue, May 27

Sacramento exercises its option on President of Basketball Operations Geoff Petrie for 2008-09 season.

Fri, May 16

Toronto's Rasho Nesterovic exercises option for 2008-09 season.

Wed, May 14

Dallas names Rick Carlisle head coach.

Milwaukee names Jim Boylan, Lionel Hollins, Kelvin Sampson and Joe Wolf assistant coaches.

Toronto exercises option on Jamario Moon for 2008-09 season.

Tue, May 13

New York names Mike D'Antoni head coach.

Mon, May 12

Indiana exercises option on Stephen Graham for 2008-09 season.

Fri, May 9

Memphis waives Aaron McKie.

Thu, May 8

New Jersey names Kiki Vandeweghe general manager.

Wed, May 7

Houston's Steve Francis exercises player option for 2007-08 season.

Indiana names David Morway general manager.

April 2008
Wed, April 30

Dallas relieves Avery Johnson of head coaching duties.

Tue, April 29

Charlotte names Larry Brown head coach.

Mon, April 28 Pat Riley steps down as Heat's head coach, Miami names Erik Spoelstra named head coach.

Mon, April 21

Milwaukee names Scott Skiles head coach.

Fri, April 18

New York relieves Isiah Thomas of head coaching duties.

Thu, April 17

Milwaukee relieves Larry Krystkowiak of head coaching duties.

Chicago relieves Jim Boylan of coaching duties.

Portland re-assigns Josh McRoberts to Idaho of the D-League.

Wed, April 16

Denver recalls Taurean Green from Colorado of the D-League.

Phoenix signs Linton Johnson for the remainder of the season.

Mon, April 14

Portland waives Darius Miles.

Sun, April 13

Seattle signs Ronald Dupree for remainder of season.

Fri, April 11

Milwaukee names John Hammond general manager.

San Antonio signs DerMarr Johnson.

Thu, April 10

Miami signs Stephane Lasme for remainder of the season.

Mon, April 7

Phoenix recalls Alando Tucker from Albuquerque of the D-League.

Portland recalls Josh McRoberts from Idaho of the D-League.

Utah assigns Morris Almond to Utah of the D-League.

Sat, April 5

Denver assigns Taurean Green to Colorado of the D-League.

L.A. Lakers assign Coby Karl to Los Angeles of the D-League.

Fri, April 4

Cleveland signs Lance Allred for the remainder of the season.

Thu, April 3

Seattle assigns Mouhamed Sene to Idaho of the D-League.

Seattle signs Ronald Dupree to a 10-day contract.

Tue, April 1 Chicago recalls Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons from Iowa of the D-League.

Houston signs Loren Woods to a second 10-day contract.

L.A. Lakers sign Ira Newble for the remainder of the season.

San Antonio signs Bobby Jones to a 10-day contract.

March 2008
Mon, March 31

Miami signs Blake Ahearn and Stephane Lasme to second 10-day contracts.

Sat, March 29

Utah recalls Morris Almond and Kyrylo Fesenko from the Utah Flash of the D-League.

Houston signs Mike Harris for rest of season.

Fri, March 28 L.A. Clippers sign Marcus Williams and waive Aaron Williams.

Thu, March 27 Toronto signs Linton Johnson to a 10-day contract and waives Darrick Martin.

Wed, March 26 Golden State's Chris Webber announces retirement.

Tue, March 25 Cleveland signs Lance Allred to second 10-day contract.

Mon, March 24 San Antonio signs Brent Barry.

Seattle signs Eddie Gill to a 10-day contract.

Sat, March 22 Miami signs Kasib Powell to a 10-day contract.

Fri, March 21 L.A. Lakers sign Ira Newble to a 10-day contract.

Miami signs Stephane Lasme to a 10-day contract.

Miami signs Blake Ahearn to a 10-day contract.

Houston signs Loren Woods to a 10-day contract.

Tue, March 18

L.A. Clippers sign Nick Fazekas for the remainder of the season.

Mon, March 17

Portland assigns Josh McRoberts to Idaho of the D-League.

Sat, March 15

Chicago recalls Demetris Nichols from Iowa of the D-League and assigns Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons to Iowa.

Fri, March 14

Milwaukee waives David Noel.

Seattle recalls Mouhamed Sene from Idaho of the D-League.

Thu, March 13

Cleveland signs Lance Allred.

Wed, March 12

L.A. Clippers sign Smush Parker.

Miami signs Bobby Jones to a 10-day contract.

Tue, March 11

Golden State exercises the 2008-09 team option on coach Don Nelson.

Seattle signs Mike Wilks to a second 10-day contract.

Mon, March 10

Atlanta signs Jeremy Richardson for the remainder of the season.

Golden State recalls Kosta Perovic from Bakersfield of the D-League and assigns Patrick O'Bryant to Bakersfield.

Miami waives Smush Parker.

Sat, March 8

Houston waives Gerald Green and signs Mike Harris to a 10-day contract.

L.A. Clippers sign Nick Fazekas to second 10-day contract.

Miami recalls Daequan Cook and Joel Anthony from Iowa of the D-League.

Wed, March 5

New Orleans signs Chris Andersen.

Tue, March 4

Boston signs Sam Cassell and assigns Gabe Pruitt to Utah of the D-League.

Dallas signs Tyronn Lue.

Detroit signs Theo Ratliff.

Phoenix signs Gordan Giricek for remainder of the season and signs Linton Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Mon, March 3

Cleveland signs Kaniel Dickens and Billy Thomas to second 10-day contracts.

Golden State assigns Kosta Perovic to Bakersfield of the D-League.

Sun, March 2

Indiana signs Flip Murray.

Sat, March 1

L.A. Clippers sign Andre Barrett.

February 2008

Fri, Feb. 29

Atlanta signs Jeremy Richardson to second 10-day contract.

Chicago assigns Demetris Nichols to Iowa of the D-League.

Minnesota waives Theo Ratliff.

Philadelphia waives Gordan Giricek.

Sacramento waives Tyronn Lue.

Seattle waives Ira Newble.

Thu, Feb. 28

L.A. Clippers waive Sam Cassell.

Wed, Feb. 27

L.A. Clippers sign Nick Fazekas to 10-day contract.

Boston signs P.J. Brown.

Tue, Feb. 26 Dallas signs Jamaal Magloire.

Miami assigns Daequan Cook and Joel Anthony to Iowa of the D-League.

Houston signs Bobby Jones to a 10-day contract and waives Adam Haluska.

Sat, Feb. 23

Memphis waives Marcus Vinicius.

Fri, Feb. 22

Cleveland signs Kaniel Dickens and Billy Thomas.

Detroit waives Flip Murray.

New Jersey waives Jamaal Magloire.

Phoenix signs Linton Johnson to 10-day contract.

Thu, Feb. 21

In a three-team trade, Cleveland acquires Ben Wallace, Joe Smith and a 2009 second-round pick from Cleveland plus Wally Szczerbiak and Delonte West from Seattle; Chicago acquires Drew Gooden, Larry Hughes, Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons from Cleveland; Seattle acquires Donyell Marshall and Ira Newble from Cleveland and Adrian Griffin from Chicago.

In a three-team trade, New Orleans acquires Bonzi Wells and Mike James from Houston, Houston acquires Bobby Jackson, Adam Haluska and a 2008 second-round pick from New Orleans as well as the rights to Sergei Lishouk from Memphis and Memphis acquires Marcus Vinicius from New Orleans and the draft rights to Malick Badiane from Houston.

Denver acquires Taurean Green from Portland in exchange for Von Wafer.

Detroit acquires Juan Dixon and cash considerations from Toronto in exchange for Primoz Brezec.

Houston acquires Gerald Green from Minnesota in exchange for Kirk Snyder, a second-round pick in 2010 and cash considerations.

Seattle waives Brent Barry.

Wed, Feb. 20

San Antonio acquires Kurt Thomas from Seattle in exchange for Francisco Elson, Brent Barry and a 2009 first round draft pick.

L.A. Lakers recall Coby Karl from Los Angeles of the D-League.

Tue, Feb. 19

Dallas signs Keith Van Horn and trades Van Horn, Devin Harris, Trenton Hassell, Maurice Ager, DeSagana Diop, first-round draft choices in 2008 and 2010, and cash considerations to New Jersey for Jason Kidd, Malik Allen and Antoine Wright; waives Nick Fazekas.

Mon, Feb. 18

Atlanta signs Jeremy Richardson to 10-day contract.

Minnesota recalls Chris Richard from Sioux Falls of the D-League.

Sat, Feb. 16

Atlanta acquires Mike Bibby from Sacramento in exchange for Shelden Williams, Lorenzen Wright, Anthony Johnson, Tyronn Lue and a 2008 second round draft pick.

Sacramento waives Justin Williams and Dahntay Jones.

Thu, Feb. 14

L.A. Lakers assign Coby Karl to Los Angeles of the D-League.

Wed, Feb. 13

Dallas recalls Nick Fazekas from Tulsa of the D-League.

Tue, Feb. 12

Seattle recalls Mickael Gelabale from Idaho of the D-League.

Mon, Feb. 11

L.A. Lakers sign D.J. Mbenga for remainder of season.

Sun, Feb. 10

Dallas re-assigns Maurice Ager to Tulsa of the D-League.

Fri, Feb. 8

Charlotte recalls Jermareo Davidson from Sioux Falls of the D-League.

Thu, Feb. 7

Chicago waives Viktor Khryapa.

Wed, Feb. 6

Phoenix acquires Shaquille O'Neal from Miami in exchange for Shawn Marion and Marcus Banks.

Miami waives Luke Jackson.

Mon, Feb. 4

New Jersey acquires Stromile Swift from Memphis in exchange for Jason Collins and cash considerations.

Sun, Feb. 3

Portland recalls Josh McRoberts from Idaho of the D-League.

San Antonio signs Damon Stoudamire.

Fri, Feb. 1

L.A. Lakers acquire Pau Gasol and a 2010 second-round draft pick from Memphis in exchange for Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, Aaron McKie, the draft rights to Marc Gasol and first round picks in 2008 and 2010; Lakers sign D.J. Mbenga to second 10-day contract.

Milwaukee recalls Ramon Sessions from Tulsa of the D-League.

San Antonio assigns Ian Mahinmi to Austin of the D-League.

January 2008

Thu, Jan. 31

Charlotte signs Earl Boykins.

Wed, Jan. 30

Chicago names Michael Brown assistant coach.

Tue, Jan. 29

Detroit assigns Cheikh Samb to Fort Wayne of the D-League.

Golden State signs Chris Webber; waives Troy Hudson.

Seattle assigns Mickael Gelabale to Idaho of the D-League.

Mon, Jan. 28 Golden State signs C.J. Watson for the remiander of the season.

Memphis waives Damon Stoudamire.

Minnesota assigns Chris Richard to Sioux Falls of the D-League.

San Antonio recalls Ian Mahinmi from Austin of the D-League.

Fri, Jan. 25

Utah assigns Morris Almond to Utah of the D-League.

Thu, Jan. 24

Charlotte assigns Jermareo Davidson to Sioux Falls of the D-League.

Mon, Jan. 21 L.A. Lakers sign D.J. Mbenga to a 10-day contract.

Phoenix recalls Alando Tucker from Albuquerque of the D-League.

Sun, Jan. 20

Memphis signs Bobby Jones to a second 10-day contract.

Milwaukee assigns David Noel to Tulsa of the D-League.

San Antonio re-signs Jeremy Richardson.

Fri, Jan. 18

Golden State signs C.J. Watson to second 10-day contract.

L.A. Clippers sign Guillermo Diaz to second 10-day contract.

Thu, Jan. 17

Cleveland recalls Shannon Brown from Rio Grande Valley of the D-League.

Mon, Jan. 14

Cleveland signs coach Mike Brown to contract extension.

Fri, Jan. 11

Cleveland assigns Shannon Brown to Rio Grande Valley of the D-League.

Phoenix assigns Alando Tucker to Albuquerque of the D-League; recalls D.J. Strawberry from Albuquerque.

Thu, Jan. 10

Cleveland recalls Cedric Simmons from Rio Grande Valley of the D-League.

Memphis signs Bobby Jones to 10-day contract.

San Antonio signs Jeremy Richardson.

Wed, Jan. 9

Portland assigns Josh McRoberts to Idaho of the D-League.

Tue, Jan. 8

Golden State signs C.J. Watson to 10-day contract.

L.A. Clippers sign Guillermo Diaz to 10-day contract.

Utah recalls Morris Almond from Utah of the D-League.

Mon, Jan. 7

Chicago recalls Demetris Nichols from Iowa of the D-League and assigns JamesOn Curry to Iowa.

Denver waives Bobby Jones.

L.A. Clippers waive Richie Frahm.

Memphis waives Jeremy Richardson.

New Jersey waives Billy Thomas.

San Antonio waives DerMarr Johnson and Keith Langford.

Sun, Jan. 6

Golden State waives D.J. Mbenga and recalls Kosta Perovic from Bakersfield of the D-League.

Dallas recalls Maurice Ager from Tulsa of the D-League.

Wed, Jan. 2

Cleveland assigns Cedric Simmons to Rio Grande Valley of the D-League.

December 2007

Mon, Dec. 31

New Jersey hires Kiki Vandeweghe as Special Assistant to the President.

Washington waives Mike Wilks.

Sat, Dec. 29

Utah acquires Kyle Korver from Philadelphia in exchange for Gordan Giricek and a protected first-round pick.

Fri, Dec. 28

San Antonio waives Darius Washington

Thu, Dec. 27

Chicago names Jim Boylan interim head coach.

Denver waives Jelani McCoy.

Utah assigns Kyrylo Fesenko to Utah of the D-League.

Wed, Dec. 26

San Antonio signs Marcus Williams.

Mon, Dec. 24

Chicago relieves head coach Scott Skiles.

Los Angeles Lakers recall Coby Karl from Los Angeles of the D-League.

New Jersey signs Billy Thomas.

Sun, Dec. 23

Seattle assigns Mouhamed Sene to Idaho of the D-League.

Sat, Dec. 22

Portland recalls Taurean Green from Idaho of the D-League.

Detroit recalls Cheikh Samb from Fort Wayne of the D-League.

Fri, Dec. 21

Detroit recalls Cheikh Samb from Fort Wayne of the D-League.

San Antonio assigns Darius Washington to Austin of the D-League.

Thu, Dec. 20

Memphis signs Jeremy Richardson.

Wed, Dec. 19

Denver waives Jelani McCoy.

Indiana waives Courtney Sims.

Tue, Dec. 18

Boston waives Brandon Wallace.

Chicago assigns Demetris Nichols to Iowa of the D-League.

Memphis waives Tarence Kinsey.

Phoenix recalls Alando Tucker from Albuquerque of the D-League; assigns D.J. Strawberry to Albuquerque.

Mon, Dec. 17

Chicago recalls JamesOn Curry from Iowa of the D-League.

Dallas assigns Maurice Ager to Tulsa of the D-League.

Sun, Dec. 16

Houston recalls Steve Novak from Rio Grande Valley of the D-League.

Fri, Dec. 14

Charlotte acquires Nazr Mohammed from Detroit in exchange for Primoz Brezec and Walter Herrmann.

Charlotte waives Ronald Dupree .

Charlotte assigns Jermareo Davidson to Sioux Falls of the D-League.

L.A. Clippers sign Richie Frahm.

Thur,
Dec. 13

Utah recalls Kyrylo Fesenko from Utah of the D-League

L.A. Clippers waive Ruben Patterson.

Wed, Dec. 12

Miami signs Luke Jackson and waives Penny Hardaway.

New Jersey waives Eddie Gill.

Tue, Dec. 11

Portland assigns Taurean Green to Idaho of the D-League.

Mon, Dec. 10

Sacramento signs Dahntay Jones.

Fri, Dec. 7

Chicago waives Thomas Gardner and signs Demetris Nichols.

Wed, Dec. 5

Cleveland matches offer sheet to retain Anderson Varejao and waives Demetris Nichols.

Tue, Dec. 4

Charlotte signs Anderson Varejao to offer sheet.

Indiana waives Courtney Sims.

Utah agrees to contract extension with Jerry Sloan.

Philadelphia replaces president and general manager Billy King with Ed Stefanski.

Mon, Dec. 3

Boston assigns Gabe Pruitt to Utah of the D-League.

November 2007
Thur,
Nov. 29

Denver signs Jelani McCoy.

Phoenix assigns Alando Tucker to Albuquerque of the D-League.

San Antonio assigns Darius Washington to Austin of the D-League.

Wed, Nov. 28

Denver waives Mike Wilks.

L.A. Lakers assign Coby Karl to Los Angeles of the D-League.

Mon, Nov. 26

Boston recalls Gabe Pruitt from Utah of the D-League.

Wed, Nov. 21

San Antonio assigns Ian Mahinmi to Austin of the D-League.

Tue, Nov. 20

Dallas assigns Nick Fazekas to Tulsa of the D-League.

Orlando acquires Brian Cook and Maurice Evans from L.A. Lakers in exchange for Trevor Ariza; waives Bo Outlaw; assigns Marcin Gortat to Anaheim of the D-League.

Sun, Nov. 18

Golden State assigns Kosta Perovic to Bakersfield of the D-League.

Sat, Nov. 17

Golden State signs DJ Mbenga and waives Stephane Lasme.

Fri, Nov. 16

New Jersey signs Eddie Gill.

Thu, Nov. 15

Chicago assigns JamesOn Curry to Iowa of the D-League.

Sacramento waives Orien Greene.

Tue, Nov. 13

Boston assigns Brandon Wallace to Utah of the D-League.

Sun, Nov. 11

Houston assigns Steve Novak to Rio Grande of the D-League.

Sat, Nov. 10

Utah assigns Kyrylo Fesenko to Utah of the D-League.

Thu, Nov. 8

Milwaukee assigns Ramon Sessions to Tulsa of the D-League.

Fri, Nov. 2

Cleveland signs Sasha Pavlovic to a multi-year extension.

San Antonio signs Tim Duncan to a multi-year extension.

Thu, Nov. 1

Cleveland exercises third-year option on Cedric Simmons and declines option on Shannon Brown.

New Jersey waives David Wesley.

Sacramento signs Beno Udrih.

Dallas signs Juwan Howard.

October 2007
Wed, Oct. 31

Cleveland waives Anthony Tolliver.

Orlando signs Jameer Nelson to contract extension.

Houston exercises fourth-year option on Luther Head.

Tue, Oct. 30

Boston exercises third-year option on Rajon Rondo.

Dallas exercises third-year option on Maurice Ager and waives D.J. Mbenga.

Mon, Oct. 29

L.A. Lakers exercise fourth-year option on Andrew Bynum and third-year option on Jordan Farmar.

Utah waives Kevin Lyde.

San Antonio trades Beno Udrih to Minnesota in exchange for a protected 2008 second-round draft pick.

Cleveland signs Demetris Nichols.

Toronto waives Luke Jackson.

Denver exercises fourth-year option on Linas Kleiza.

Detroit waives Sammy Mejia.

Houston waives Jackie Butler, John Lucas, Justin Reed and Bob Sura.

Indiana signs Courtney Sims.

Miami waives Brian Chase, Devin Green, Jeremy Richardson and Marcus Slaughter.

New Jersey acquires David Wesley from New Orleans in exchange for Bernard Robinson and Mile Ilic; exercises third-year options on Marcus Williams and Josh Boone.

New Orleans waives Bernard Robinson and Mile Ilic.

Toronto exercises fourth-year option on Joey Graham.

Sun, Oct. 28

New Jersey waives Robert Hite.

New Orleans exercises fourth-year option on point guard Chris Paul and third-year option on Hilton Armstrong.

Sat, Oct. 27

Cleveland waives Hassan Adams and Darius Rice.

Denver signs Mike Wilks.

New York exercises fourth-year options on David Lee and Nate Robinson and third-year options on Renaldo Balkman and Mardy Collins.

San Antonio waives Marcus Williams.

Fri, Oct. 26

New Jersey declines fourth-year option on Antoine Wright.

Thu, Oct. 25

Atlanta waives Antywane Robinson, Steven Smith and Jamaal Tatum.

Boston waives Dahntay Jones and Jackie Manuel.

Indiana waives Lukasz Obrzut and Courtney Sims.

L.A. Clippers waive Kimani Ffriend, Yaroslav Korolev and Guillermo Diaz.

Memphis picks up 2008-09 options for Rudy Gay, Kyle Lowry and Hakim Warrick and waives Dontell Jefferson.

New Jersey waives Eddie Gill.

New Orleans waives Trey Johnson.

Orlando waives Kevin Kruger.

New York waives Jared Jordan, Demetris Nichols and Walker Russell, Jr.

Wed, Oct. 24

Dallas waives Darvin Ham and Jared Newson.

Charlotte waives Jameel Watkins and C.J. Watson.

Minnesota acquires Antoine Walker, Wayne Simien and Michael Doleac, along with a first-round draft pick and financial considerations from Miami in exchange for Mark Blount and Ricky Davis.

New Jersey waives Mateen Cleaves.

Phoenix waives Richie Frahm.

Portland waives Chris Ellis and Brent Petway.

San Antonio waives Keith Langford and Kris Lang.

Washington waives Mike Hall.

Tue, Oct. 23

Denver waives Anthony Roberson, Stacey Augmon, Jelani McCoy, Brad Stricker and Mike Wilks.

L.A. Lakers waive Elton Brown, Andre Patterson and Larry Turner.

New Jersey waives Jumaine Jones.

Mon, Oct. 22

Chicago waives Andre Barrett and Jared Homan.

Dallas waives Jamal Sampson.

Houston waives Mike Harris.

Philadelphia waives Derrick Byars.

Seattle waives Jermaine Jackson.

Utah waives Damone Brown and Donnell Harvey.

Sun, Oct. 21

Golden State waives Tierre Brown and Pat Burke.

Washington waives Donell Taylor and Tony Massenburg.

Sat, Oct. 20

New York waives Allan Houston.

Fri, Oct. 19

Chicago exercises 2008-09 contract options on Tyrus Thomas and Thabo Sefolosha.

San Antonio waives Anthony Lever-Pedroza.

Wed, Oct. 17

Milwaukee waives forward Samaki Walker.

Tue, Oct. 16

Boston waives center Esteban Batista.

Mon, Oct. 15

Detroit waives guard Gerald Fitch.

Portland waives guard J.R. Pinnock.

Sun, Oct. 14

New Jersey waives Rod Benson.

Sacramento waives Rashid Byrd, Adam Parada, Nik Caner-Medley and Brandon Robinson.

Sat, Oct. 13

Golden State waives Carlos Powell.

New York waives Roderick Wilmont.

Fri, Oct. 12

Cleveland waives guard Chet Mason.

Indiana exercises team options on Ike Diogu, Danny Granger and Shawne Williams.

New Orleans releases Eric Chenowith and Anthony Richardson.

Thu, Oct. 11

L.A. Clippers waive Marcus Douthit.

Orlando waives Torrell Martin.

Washington waives Willie Deane and Jamon Gordon.

Wed, Oct. 10

Chicago waives Joseph Blair.

New York signs Allan Houston.

Tue, Oct. 9

Philadelphia waives Shagari Alleyne.

Mon, Oct. 8

Chicago waives Justin Cage.

L.A. Clippers waive Donell Williams.

Sun, Oct. 7

San Antonio signs Bruce Bowen to contract extension.

Fri, Oct. 5

Toronto exercises third-year player option on Andrea Bargnani.

Wed, Oct. 3

Denver signs Stacey Augmon.

L.A. Clippers sign Dan Dickau.

Memphis waives Kasib Powell.

Philadelphia names Aaron McKie assistant coach.

Tues,
Oct. 2

Chicago re-signs Andre Barrett and signs Joseph Blair, Justin Cage, Thomas Gardner and Jared Homan.

Golden State names Sidney Moncrief assistant coach.

Indiana signs Lukasz Obrzut and Courtney Sims.

L.A. Clippers re-sign Yaroslav Korolev and sign Donell Williams.

New York waives Dan Dickau.

San Antonio signs Kris Lang, Keith Langford, Anthony Lever-Pedroza and Darius Washington.

Mon, Oct. 1

Golden State re-signs Mickael Pietrus.

Atlanta signs Antwayne Robinson, Steven Smith, Jamaal Tatum and Mario West.

Denver signs Jelani McCoy, Anthony Roberson, Alvin Jones and Brad Stricker.

Golden State signs Tierre Brown, Pat Burke and Carlos Powell.

Indiana waives Darrell Armstrong.

L.A. Clippers sign Marcus Douthit and Kimani Friend.

Phoenix signs Brian Skinner.

Dallas signs Darvin Ham, Jared Newson and Jamal Sampson.

Washington signs Tony Massenburg, Jamon Gordon and Willie Deane.

Portland signs Chris Ellis, Brent Petway and J.R. Pinnock.

New Jersey signs Mateen Cleaves, Rod Benson, Eddie Gill and Jumaine Jones.

Houston signs Carl Landry.

New York signs Demetris Nichols, Jared Jordan, Walker Russell, Jr. and Roderick Wilmont.

Detroit signs Gerald Fitch and extends the contract of Jason Maxiell.

New Orleans signs Ryan Bowen, Trey Johnson, Anthony Richardson and Eric Chenowith.

L.A. Lakers sign Andre Patterson.

September 2007
Sun, Sep. 30 New York acquires draft rights to Jared Jordan for cash considerations.

Minnesota signs Chris Richard.

Sat, Sep. 29 Toronto signs Darrick Martin.

Cleveland signs Devin Brown.

Cleveland acquires Cedric Simmons from New Orleans in exchange for David Wesley.

San Antonio signs Marcus Williams.

Minnesota acquires Greg Buckner from Dallas in exchange for Trenton Hassell.

Fri, Sep. 28 Memphis names Mark Price assistant coach.

Dallas names Mario Elie assistant coach.

Memphis signs Dontell Jefferson and Kasib Powell.

Thu, Sep. 27 Boston signs Esteban Batista and Dahntay Jones.

Seattle names Paul Westhead assistant coach.

Wed, Sep. 26 Minnesota signs John Edwards.

Tue, Sep. 25 Charlotte names Mike Sanders assistant coach; announces Dell Curry steps down as assistant coach.

Miami signs Brian Chase.

Milwaukee signs Samaki Walker.

Mon, Sep. 24 Washington re-signs Roger Mason.

Golden State signs Troy Hudson.

Milwaukee waives Lynn Greer.

Sat, Sep. 22 Milwaukee signs Michael Ruffin.

Thu, Sep. 20 Golden State waives Sarunas Jasikevicius.

Milwaukee matches Miami's offer sheet and retains Charlie Bell.

Tue, Sep. 18 Milwaukee signs Royal Ivey.

Mon, Sep. 17 L.A. Lakers sign Elton Brown.

Miami signs Charlie Bell to an offer sheet.

Sun, Sep. 16 Golden State signs coach Don Nelson to new contract.

Fri, Sep. 14 Milwaukee names Jarinn Akana assistant coach.

Thu, Sep. 13 New Orleans signs Melvin Ely.

Wed, Sep. 12 Dallas signs Devin Harris to an extension through the 2012-13 season.

Philadelphia signs Calvin Booth.

Toronto names Eric Hughes assistant coach.

Tue, Sep. 11 Milwaukee signs Ramon Sessions.

Mon, Sep. 10 Denver acquires Steven Hunter and Bobby Jones from Philadelphia in exchange for Reggie Evans and the draft rights to Ricky Sanchez.

New Jersey signs Malik Allen.

Fri, Sep. 7 Milwaukee waives Damir Markota.

Tue, Sep. 4 Boston signs Glen Davis.

San Antonio names Brett Brown assistant coach.

August 2007
Fri, Aug. 31

Dallas waives Pops Mensah-Bonsu.

Sacramento signs Orien Greene.

Denver signs Anthony Carter.

Thu, Aug. 30

Boston names Tom Thibodeau assistant coach.

Wed, Aug. 29

Charlotte re-signs Jeff McInnis.

Denver waives Anthony Carter.

L.A. Clippers sign Ruben Patterson.

Milwaukee signs Yi Jianlian.

Sacramento signs Kevin Martin to a contract extension and names Rex Kalamian assistant coach.

Tue, Aug. 28

Phoenix signs D.J. Strawberry and names Vinny Del Negro assistant general manager. .

Mon, Aug. 27

Boston signs James Posey.

Orlando signs Marcin Gortat

Thu, Aug. 24

Miami signs Alexander Johnson

Orlando signs Adonal Foyle.

Thu, Aug. 23

San Antonio releases guard Vassilis Spanoulis and signs Ian Mahinmi.

Wed, Aug. 22

Atlanta names Alton Lister assistant coach.

L.A. Lakers sign Larry Turner.

Washington names Dave Hopla assistant coach.

Utah signs Kyrylo Fesenko

Tue, Aug. 21

Golden State signs Stephane Lasme.

Atlanta exercises 2008-09 options on Marvin Williams and Shelden Williams.

Washington signs Donell Taylor and Mike Hall to qualifying offers.

Mon, Aug. 20

L.A. Clippers waive Will Conroy.

Fri, Aug. 17

Washington re-signs Andray Blatche.

Thu, Aug. 16

Detroit signs Jarvis Hayes.

L.A. Clippers sign 2006 second-round pick Guillermo Diaz.

Memphis acquires rights to Juan Carlos Navarro from Washington in exchange for a future first-round draft choice.

New Jersey signs Robert Hite.

San Antonio signs Ime Udoka.

Tue, Aug. 14 Cleveland names John Kuester assistant coach.

L.A. Clippers sign Josh Powell.

Mon, Aug. 13 L.A. Clippers sign Brevin Knight.

Golden State waives Adonal Foyle.

Washington signs Dominic McGuire.

Thu, Aug. 9 Boston signs Eddie House and Scot Pollard.

Miami signs Anfernee Hardaway.

Wed, Aug. 8 New Orleans re-signs Jannero Pargo.

Tue, Aug. 7 Milwaukee signs Awvee Storey to a multi-year contract.

Sacramento and Justin Williams agree to qualifying offer.

Mon, Aug. 6 Dallas signs Eddie Jones.

Golden State re-signs Matt Barnes.

Fri, Aug. 3 Golden State signs Kosta Perovic and Austin Croshere.

Houston re-signs Chuck Hayes.

Minnesota waives Troy Hudson.

Thu, Aug. 2 Chicago signs JamesOn Curry.

New Jersey names Brian Hill assistant coach and re-signs assistant coaches Tom Barrise and Pat Sullivan.

Wed, Aug. 1 Sacramento names Chuck Person and Randy Brown assistant coaches.

July 2007
Tue, July 31 Boston acquires Kevin Garnett from Minnesota in exchange for Ryan Gomes, Gerald Green, Al Jefferson, Theo Ratliff, Sebastian Telfair, a 2009 first round draft pick (top three protected), a return of Minnesota's conditional first round draft pick previously obtained in the Ricky Davis-Wally Szczerbiak and cash considerations.

Mon, July 30 Phoenix names Jay Humphries assistant coach.

L.A. Lakers sign Coby Karl.

Memphis signs Mike Conley.

Fri, July 27 Boston waives Allan Ray.

Chicago signs Joakim Noah and Aaron Gray.

Miami signs Smush Parker.

New York signs Wilson Chandler.

Thu, July 26 Dallas signs Brandon Bass and Nick Fazekas.

Utah signs Ronnie Price

Tue, July 24 Detroit signs Sammy Mejia.

Memphis signs Casey Jacobsen.

Milwaukee re-signs Mo Williams to a multi-year contract.

Phoenix re-signs Sean Marks.

Toronto signs Maceo Baston.

Washington names Randy Ayers assistant coach.

Mon, July 23 Detroit signs Antonio McDyess to an extension.

Inidiana signs Travis Diener.

Milwaukee signs Desmond Mason

New Jersey signs coach Lawrence Frank to a multi-year extension.

New Orleans signs Morris Peterson.

San Antonio waives James White.

Fri, July 20

Suns trade Kurt Thomas along with 2008 and 2010 first-round draft picks to the Sonics in exchange for a future conditional 2nd round pick and a trade exception

Thu, July 19

Charlotte re-signs Gerald Wallace.

L.A. Lakers re-sign Chris Mihm

Grizzlies sign Andre Brown

Wed, July 18

Portland re-signs Travis Outlaw to a three-year contract.

San Antonio re-signs Fabricio Oberto.

Tue, July 17

Houston signs Luis Scola.

Charlotte re-signs Matt Carroll.

Chicago signs Joe Smith and re-signs Andres Nocioni.

Detroit signs Cheick Samb.

Golden State re-signs Kelenna Azubuike.

New Jersey signs Jamaal Magloire.

Mon, July 16 Denver signs Chucky Atkins.

Golden State signs Marco Belinelli.

Washington re-signs DeShawn Stevenson.

Sat, July 14 New Jersey waives Hassan Adams.

Fri, July 13

Utah signs Jason Hart.

Memphis signs Darko Milicic and waives Alexander Johnson.

Detroit re-signs Amir Johnson.

Houston signs Mike Harris.

Sacramento signs Mikki Moore.

Portland signs Steve Blake.

Dallas re-signs Jerry Stackhouse.

New Jersey re-signs Vince Carter.

Thu, July 12

Dallas re-signs Devean George.

Houston acquires Jackie Butler and the rights to Luis Scola from San Antonio in exchange for Vassilis Spanoulis, a 2009 second-round pick and future considerations.

L.A. Lakers re-sign Luke Walton.

Orlando signs Dwight Howard to multi-year extension.

San Antonio re-signs Matt Bonner and Jacque Vaughn.

Wed, July 11

Detroit re-signs Chauncey Billups.

Orlando acquires Rashard Lewis from Seattle for future second-round pick.

Philadelphia signs Thaddeus Young and Jason Smith.

Phoenix signs Grant Hill and trades James Jones and draft rights to Rudy Fernandez to Portland.

Portland buys out the contract of Steve Francis.

Toronto signs Jason Kapono.

Tue, July 10

Boston signs Brandon Wallace.

Minnesota signs Corey Brewer.

Toronto signs Jamario Moon.

Mon, July 9

New Jersey signs Sean Williams

Atlanta signs Al Horford and Acie Law.

Sat, July 7

Phoenix signs Alando Tucker.

Houston signs Aaron Brooks.

Sacramento names Kenny Natt assistant coach.

Fri, July 6

Detroit signs Rodney Stuckey and Arron Afflalo.

Golden State signs Brandan Wright.

Utah signs Morris Almond.

Washington extends the contracts of assistant coaches Mike O?Koren, Phil Hubbard and Wes Unseld, Jr.

Thu, July 5

L.A. Clippers sign Al Thornton.

Washington signs Nick Young and Oleksiy Pecherov.

Miami signs Daequan Cook, Joel Anthony, Jeremy Richardson and Marcus Slaughter.

Sacramento signs Spencer Hawes and Mustafa Shakur.

Seattle names P.J. Carlesimo head coach.

Tue, July 3

Indiana signs Kareem Rush, Stephen Graham and Andre Owens.

L.A. Lakers sign Javaris Crittenton.

Sacramento relieves Scott Brooks, Brendan O'Connor, Mark Hughes and Clay Moser of their respective duties.

Washington names Tom Thibodeau assistant coach.

Orlando names Brendan Malone, Patrick Ewing, Steve Clifford and Bob Beyer assistant coaches; withdraws qualifying offer to Darko Milicic.

Mon, July 2

Memphis names Andy Greer assistant coach.

New Orleans names Paul Pressey assistant coach.

Portland signs Greg Oden, Josh McRoberts and Taurean Green.

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