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Transactions: 2008-09 Season

Posted Aug 21 2009 3:01PM

NBA transactions for the 2008-09 season -- July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009.

June 2009
Tuesday, June 29

Milwaukee extended qualifying offers to guard Ramon Sessions and forward Ersan Ilyasova.

New Jersey exercised the contract option on forward Jarvis Hayes for next season.

Friday, June 26

Phoenix traded center Shaquille O'Neal to Cleveland for center Ben Wallace, guard-forward Sasha Pavlovic, a 2010 second-round draft pick and cash.

Thursday, June 25

New Jersey traded guard Vince Carter and forward Ryan Anderson to Orlando for guards Rafer Alston and Courtney Lee and center Tony Battie.

Golden State traded guard Jamal Crawford to Atlanta for guards Acie Law and Speedy Claxton.

New York traded guard Quentin Richardson and cash to Memphis for center Darko Milicic.

Sacramento traded the draft rights to forward Jeff Pendergraph to Portland for guard Sergio Rodriguez, the draft rights to forward Jon Brockman and cash.

Los Angeles Lakers traded the draft rights guard Patrick Beverley to Miami for a 2011 second-round pick and cash.

Washington traded the draft rights to guard Jermaine Taylor to Houston for cash.

New York traded a 2011 second-round pick and cash to the Los Angeles Lakers for the draft rights to guard Toney Douglas.

Minnesota traded the draft rights to guard Ty Lawson to Denver for a 2010 conditional first-round pick.

Dallas traded the draft rights to center BJ Mullens to Oklahoma City for the draft rights to guard Rodrigue Beaubois and a future second-round pick.

Denver traded the draft rights to guard Sergio Llull to Houston for cash.

Miami traded the draft rights to guard Marcus Thornton to New Orleans for two future second-round picks.

Detroit traded the draft rights to forward Chase Budinger to Houston for a future second-round pick and cash.

Dallas traded a future second-round pick to Portland for the draft rights to guard Nick Calathes.

Charlotte traded cash to Oklahoma City for the draft rights to guard Robert Vaden.

Wednesday, June 24

Minnesota traded guards Randy Foye and Mike Miller to Washington for the 2009 No. 5 draft pick, forwards Etan Thomas, Darius SongailaOleksiy Pecherov.

Portland acquired the 2009 No. 22 draft pick from Dallas for the 2009 No. 24 draft pick and a 2009 and a 2010 second-round draft pick.

Tuesday, June 23

Milwaukee traded traded center Fabricio Oberto to Detroit for forward Amir Johnson.

New York extended qualifying offers to guard Nate Robinson and forward David Lee.

Charlotte extended a qualifying offer to guard Raymond Felton.

San Antonio traded forwards Bruce Bowen and Kurt Thomas and center Fabricio Oberto to Milwaukee for forward Richard Jefferson.

Monday, June 22

Sacramento named Mario Elie, Jim Eyen and Leonard Robinson assistant coaches.

Thursday, June 18

Miami extended qualifying offers to forward Jamario Moon and center Joel Anthony.

Monday, June 15

Philadelphia announced that guard Royal Ivey declined the player option on his contract for the 2009-10 season, making him an unrestricted free agent.

Monday, June 12

Utah exercised its contract option on center Kyrylo Fesenko.

Tuesday, June 9

Toronto acquired forward Reggie Evans from Philadelphia for guard-forward Jason Kapono.

Friday, June 5

Toronto named Marc Iavaroni and Alex English assistant coaches.

Thursday, June 4

New Orleans guard Devin Brown exercised his 2009-10 contract option.

Wednesday, June 3

Washington named Don Zierden assistant coach.

Monday, June 1

New Jersey promoted Brian Basloe to VP of ticket sales.

May 2009
Friday, May 22

NBA fined L.A. Lakers coach Phil Jackson $25,000 for public criticisms of referees following Game 4 of the Western Conference finals against Denver on Monday night.

Friday, May 22

Minnesota named David Kahn president of basketball operations.

Thursday, May 21

Washington named Randy Wittman and Sam Cassell assistant coaches.

Monday, May 18

Portland promoted Tom Penn to vice president of basketball operations.

Thursday, May 14

Sacramento declined option on coach Kenny Natt's contract, relieving him of his coaching duties. Assistant coaches Rex Kalamian, Jason Hamm, Randy Brown and Bubba Burrage were also relieved of their existing coaching responsibilities.

Monday, May 11

Golden State fired executive vice president of basketball operations Chris Mullin; promoted Larry Riley to general manager.

Toronto promoted Jay Triano to coach and signed him to a three-year contract.

Thursday, May 7

NBA suspended Orlando guard Rafer Alston and L.A. Lakers guard Derek Fisher for one game each, without pay, for their roles in separate incidents in games on May 6.

April 2009
Wednesday, April 29

NBA suspended Orlando center Dwight Howard one game for elbowing Philadelphia center Samuel Dalembert in the head during an April 28 game.

Tuesday, April 28

NBA fined Houston coach Rick Adelman, Portland coach Nate McMillan and Boston coach Doc Rivers $25,000 each for publicly criticizing referees during the playoffs.

Wednesday, April 15

San Antonio assigned guard Marcus Williams to Austin (NBADL).

Tuesday, April 14

NBA suspended Celtics guard Ray Allen one game for elbowing Cleveland's Anderson Varejao in the groin during Sunday's game.

New York signed forward Chris Hunter from Fort Wayne of D-League.

Monday, April 13

Toronto signed guard Quincy Douby through the 2009-10 season.

Thursday, April 9

Chicago re-signed guard DeMarcus Nelson for remainder of the season.

Cleveland signed guard Jawad Williams.

New York signed center Mouhamed Sene .

Wednesday, April 8

Spurs signed guard Marcus Williams; waived forward Malik Hairston.

Tuesday, April 7

Chicago Bulls signed forward Linton Johnson III for the remainder of the season.

Sunday, April 5

Cleveland Cavaliers released guard Eric Snow.

Saturday, April 4

Oklahoma City Thunder recalled forward D.J. White and guard Kyle Weaver from Tulsa (NBADL).

Wednesday, April 3

Toronto Raptors signed guard Quincy Douby to a second 10-day contract and. Assigned forward, center Nathan Jawai to Idaho (NBADL).

Wednesday, April 1

Oklahoma City assigned guard Kyle Weaver and forward D.J. White to Tulsa (NBADL).

March 2009
Tuesday, March 31

NBA named Elizabeth Ventura senior vice president, communications.

Charlotte signed guard Dontell Jefferson for the remainder of the season.

Oklahoma City signed guard Shaun Livingston to multiyear contract. Recalled forward D.J. White from Tulsa of D-League.

Sunday, March 29

Oklahoma City assigned forward D.J. White to Tulsa of the D-League.

Friday, March 27

New York signed guard Joe Crawford to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 26

Utah assigned center Kosta Koufos to D-League; recalled center Kyrylo Fesenko from D-League.

Tuesday, March 24

NBA fined Denver guard/forward Linas Kleiza $25,000 for verbal abuse of officials after a game at Denver on March 20.

Monday, March 23

New York signed center Courtney Sims to a 10-day contract.

Oklahoma City recalled forward D.J. White from Tulsa.

Orlando re-signed center Adonal Foyle

Saturday, March 21

Charlotte signed guard Dontell Jefferson to second 10-day contract.

Friday, March 20

Boston assigned guard J.R. Giddens to Utah of D-League.

Chicago re-signed forward Linton Johnson to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 19

Cleveland recalled forward Darnell Jackson from Erie of D-League.

L.A. Lakers assigned guard Sun Yue to D-League.

Wednesday, March 18

New Jersey suspended forward Sean Williams two games.

Oklahoma City assigned forward D.J. White to Tulsa of the D-League.

Monday, March 16

NBA suspended Golden State guard/forward Stephen Jackson one game after receiving his 16th technical foul of the 2008-09 season.

L.A. Lakers recalled guard Sun Yue from Los Angeles of D-League.

Wednesday, March 11

Charlotte signed guard Dontrell Jefferson to 10-day contract.

Chicago signed forward Linton Johnson III to 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 10

L.A. Lakers forward Lamar Odom suspended one game for leaving the bench area during an altercation at Portland on March 9.

Golden State released guard Marcus Williams.

Monday, March 9

Charlotte Bobcats sent center Alexis Ajinca and guard Sean Singletary to Sioux Falls of the D-League.

Charlotte Bobcats signed guard Dontell Jefferson to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 7

Utah assigned guard Morris Almond to Utah Flash of the D-League.

Friday, March 6

Denver assigned forward Sonny Weems to Colorado of the D-League.

L.A. Lakers assigned guard Sun Yue to Los Angeles of D-League.

New York signed guard/forward Demetris Nichols to a 10-day contract.

Toronto signed center Pops Mensah-Bonsu for the remainder of the season.

Thursday, March 5

San Antonio signed forward Drew Gooden.

Wednesday, March 4

Cleveland agreed to terms with forward Joe Smith on a one-year contract.

Miami signed guard Luther Head.

Phoenix signed forward Stromile Swift for the remainder of the season.

San Antonio released forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu.

Tuesday, March 3

New York signed center Cheikh Samb to a 10-day contract.

Monday, March 2

Memphis waived center Adonal Foyle.

New Jersey waived center-forward Stromile Swift.

February 2009
Saturday, Feb. 28

Houston waived guard Luther Head.

Friday, Feb. 27

Boston signed guard Stephon Marbury; suspended guard Gabe Pruitt two games for conduct detrimental to the team

L.A. Clippers waived guard Jason Hart.

Thursday, Feb. 26

Toronto assigned forward-center Nathan Jawai to Idaho of the Developmental League.

Wednesday, Feb. 25

San Antonio signed forward Pops Mensah-Bonsu to a 10-day contract.

D-League awarded an expansion franchise to Portland and Maine for the 2009-10 season.

Tuesday, Feb. 24

Boston signed forward Mikki Moore.

New York waived guard Stephon Marbury.

Monday, Feb. 23

Atlanta recalled guard Thomas Gardner and forward Othello HunterAnaheim of D-League.

Friday, Feb. 20

Atlanta assigned guard Thomas Gardner to Anaheim of D-League.

Cleveland recalled guard Trey Johnson from Bakersfield of the D-League.

Milwaukee signed guard Eddie Gill to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, Feb. 19

Chicago traded guard Thabo Sefolosha to Oklahoma City for a conditional draft pick in 2009.

Minnesota acquired forward/center Shelden Williams and guard Bobby Brown from Sacramento for center Calvin Booth and guard Rashad McCants.

New York acquired guard Larry Hughes from Chicago for guard Anthony Roberson and forwards Jerome James and Tim Thomas; acquired forward Chris Wilcox from Oklahoma City for forward Malik Rose.

Orlando acquired guard Rafer Alston from Houston for forward Brian Cook.

Sacramento acquired guard Will Solomon from Toronto for cash.

Oklahoma City acquired forward Malik Rose and cash considerations from New York for forward Chris Wilcox.

Toronto acquired center Patrick O'Bryant from Boston for a conditional second-round pick in 2014.

Memphis acquired forwards Adonal Foyle, Mike Wilks and first-round pick in 2009 from Orlando for guard Kyle Lowry.

Wednesday, Feb. 18

Charlotte signed F Cartier Martin for the remainder of the season.

Chicago traded F Andres Nocioni, F-C Drew Gooden, F Cedric Simmons and F-C Michael Ruffin to Sacramento for C-F Brad Miller and G-F John Salmons.

L.A. Lakers traded C Chris Mihm to Memphis for a future draft pick.

Sacremento traded F-C Michael Ruffin to Portland for F Ike Diogu.

Tuesday, Feb. 17

Atlanta assigned forward Othello Hunter to Anaheim (NBADL).

Boston traded G Sam Cassell to Sacramento for a conditional 2015 second-round draft pick.

Oklahoma City traded Joe Smith and Chris Wilcox to New Orleans for Tyson Chandler and the rights to DeVon Hardin.

Monday, Feb. 16

Detroit traded guard Alex Acker and 2011 second-round draft pick to L.A. Clippers for conditional 2013 second-round draft pick.

L.A. Clippers waived center Cheikh Samb.

Phoenix fired coach Terry Porter and named Alvin Gentry interim coach.

Saturday, Feb. 14

Phoenix signed center Courtney Sims to a second 10-day contract.

Tuesday, Feb. 10

Cleveland recalled forward Darnell Jackson from Erie of the D-League.

Monday, Feb. 9

NBA suspended New Orleans forward David West one game for striking forward Mike Miller in the head during a Feb. 8 game against Minnesota.

Cleveland assigned forward Darnell Jackson to Erie of D-League.

Milwaukee signed guard Eddie Gill to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, Feb. 7

NBA fined Celtics coach Doc Rivers $15,000 for verbal abuse of officials.

Charlotte traded forward Adam Morrison and guard Shannon Brown to Los Angeles Lakers for forward Vladimir Radmanovic.

Friday, Feb. 6

Memphis named Henry Bibby and Damon Stoudamire assistant coaches.

Charlotte to sign forward Cartier Martin to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, Feb. 5

Boston reassigned guard J.R. Giddens to Utah of the D-League.

Orlando traded guard Keith Bogans and cash to Milwaukee for guard Tyronn Lue.

Tuesday, Feb. 3

Cleveland signed guard Trey Johnson to a 10-day contract.

January 2009
Saturday, Jan. 31

San Antonio recalled forward Malik Hairston from Austin of the D-League.

Thursday, Jan. 29

Charlotte signed forward Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers signed guard Fred Jones for remainder of the season.

Tuesday, Jan. 27

Memphis names assistant coach Kevin O'Neill special assistant to the general manager and Barry Hecker assistant coach. Waived guard Steve Francis.

Sunday, Jan. 25

Golden State signed forward Jermareo Davidson for the remainder of the season.

Memphis named Lionel Hollins coach.

Friday, Jan. 23

Cleveland signed forward Jawad Williams to a second 10-day contract.

Memphis named Johnny Davis interim coach.

Thursday, Jan. 22

Memphis fired coach Marc Iavaroni.

Miami announced retirement of center Alonzo Mourning.

New Jersey recalled center Sean Williams from Colorado of the D-League.

Wednesday, Jan. 21

New Orleans signed forward Anthony Tolliver.

Tuesday, Jan. 20

Memphis signed forward Darius Miles to a second 10-day contract.

Phoenix inked center Courtney Sims of NBDL's Iowa Energy to 10-day contract.

Sunday, Jan. 18

Utah signs coach Jerry Sloan to a one-year contract extension.

Friday, Jan. 16

NBA fined Dallas owner Mark Cuban $25,000 for ``improper interactions with Denver players'' and his conduct following the Mavericks' 99-97 loss to the Nuggets on Jan. 13.

Charlotte acquired center DeSagana Diop from Dallas for guard Matt Carroll and center Ryan Hollins.

San Antonio signed forward Austin Croshere to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, Jan. 15

Golden State signed forward Jermareo Davidson to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, Jan. 12

Cleveland signed forward Jawad Williams to a 10-day contract.

Friday, Jan. 9

Los Angeles Cippers signed guard Fred Jones to a 10-day contract.

Monday, Jan. 7

Cleveland waived forward Jawad Williams.

Memphis waived forward Darius Miles. Acquired guard Shaun Livingston and cash considerations from Miami for a 2012 conditional second-round draft pick.

Los Angeles Clippers released guard/forward Hassan Adams.

Oklahoma City acquired guard Chucky Atkins and a conditional 2009 first-round draft pick from Denver for center Johan Petro and a 2009 second-round draft pick.

Toronto traded G-F Hassan Adams to the Los Angeles Clippers for cash considerations and a future second-round draft pick.

Tuesday, Jan. 6

Phoenix released guard Dee Brown.

Monday, Jan. 5

Golden State waived guard DeMarcus Nelson. Signed guard Jermareo Davidson to a 10-day contract.

Los Angeles Clippers acquired center Cheikh Samb from Denver for a conditional second-round draft pick and cash considerations. Waived forward Paul Davis and G Fred Jones.

Saturday, Jan. 3

NBA suspended New Orleans center Tyson Chandler for one game without pay for throwing an elbow and striking Portland' center Joel Przybilla in the neck and fined Przybilla $7,500 and assessed him a flagrant foul penalty for his role in the incident in a game on Jan. 2.

November 2008
Sunday, Nov. 30

San Antonio assigns Blake Ahearn to Austin of the D-League.

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Memphis assigns Hamed Haddadi to Dakota of the D-League.

Monday, Nov. 24

Washington fires Eddie Jordan and names Ed Tapscott interim head coach.

Saturday, Nov. 22

Oklahoma City fires P.J. Carlesimo and names Scott Brooks interim head coach.

Friday, Nov. 21

New York trades Zach Randolph and Mardy Collins to the L.A. Clippers for Tim Thomas and Cuttino Mobley.

New York trades Jamal Crawford to Golden State for Al Harrington.

Boston assigns Bill Walker to Utah of the D-League.

Oklahoma City assigns Steven Hill to Tulsa of the D-League.

Wednesday, Nov. 19

Charlotte waives Andre Brown and Linton Johnson.

Monday, Nov. 17

Chicago waives Demetris Nichols.

Golden State signs Stephen Jackson to a contract extension.

Sunday, Nov. 16

San Antonio signs Blake Ahearn.

Saturday, Nov. 15

Boston assigns J.R. Giddens to Utah of the D-League.

Friday, Nov. 14

Golden State assigns Richard Hendrix and DeMarcus Nelson to Bakersfield of the D-League.

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

Thursday, Nov. 13

Chicago signs Lindsey Hunter.

Tuesday, Nov. 11

Golden State names Larry Harris assistant coach.

Monday, Nov. 10

Denver waives Antonio McDyess.

Tuesday, Nov. 4

Oklahoma City signs Steven Hill.

Monday, Nov. 3

Detroit acquires Allen Iverson from Denver in exchange for Chauncey Billups, Antonio McDyess and Cheikh Samb.

Denver waives Juwan Howard.

Oklahoma City waives John Lucas III.

Sunday, Nov. 2

Golden State signs Rob Kurz.

October 2008
Friday, Oct. 31

Portland signs Martell Webster to a multi-year contract extension.

Golden State exercised options on Marco Belinelli and Brandan Wright. It declined an option on Marcus Williams.

Detroit signs Jason Maxiell to a contract extension.

Boston exercises the fourth-year option on Rajon Rondo.

Memphis exercises the fourth-year team options on Rudy Gay and Kyle Lowry and picked up the third-year team options on Mike Conley and Javaris Crittenton.

Thursday, Oct. 30

L.A. Lakers sign Andrew Bynum to contract extension.

New Jersey exercises options on Josh Boone, Sean Williams and Yi Jianlian and declines option on Maurice Ager.

Wednesday, Oct. 29

Denver exercises fourth-year option on Renaldo Balkman.

Golden State signs Don Nelson to contract extension.

Minnesota exercises third-year option on Corey Brewer and fourth-year option on Randy Foye.

San Antonio exercises third-year option on Ian Mahinmi.

Tuesday, Oct. 28

Dallas exercises option on Shawne Williams.

Charlotte signs Linton Johnson III.

Miami exercises third-year option on Daequan Cook.

Monday, Oct. 27

L.A. Lakers exercise fourth-year option on Jordan Farmar.

Milwaukee claims Austin Croshere off of waivers and waives Adrian Griffin.

Minnesota waives Blake Ahearn, Chris Richard and David Harrison.

Utah waives Gerry McNamara.

Chicago re-signs Michael Ruffin.

Golden State waives Rob Kurz.

L.A. Lakers waive Coby Karl.

New York waives Patrick Ewing, Jr.

Toronto exercises fourth-year option on Andrea Bargnani.

Sunday, Oct. 26

Miami waives David Padgett and Jason Richards.

San Antonio waives Malik Hairston.

Saturday, Oct. 25

Portland exercises fourth-year options on LaMarcus Aldridge, Sergio Rodriguez and Brandon Roy and third-year option on Greg Oden.

New Orleans exercises fourth-year option on Hilton Armstrong and third-year option on Julian Wright.

Friday, Oct. 24

Chicago exercises options on Tyrus Thomas, Thabo Sefolosha and Joakim Noah for the 2009-10 season.

Houston waives D.J. Strawberry.

Milwaukee waives Matt Freije.

New Jersey waives Eddie Gill, Brian Hamilton, Julius Hodge and Keith Van Horn.

Thursday, Oct. 23

Charlotte waives Justin Williams.

Chicago waives Roger Powell and Michael Ruffin.

Cleveland waives Ronald Dupree.

Dallas waives Keith McLeod.

Denver waives Mateen Cleaves, Nick Fazekas, James Mays, Smush Parker and Ruben Patterson.

Indiana waives Austin Croshere and Josh Davis.

L.A. Clippers waive Jelani McCoy.

New York exercises fourth-year option on Mardy Collins and third-year option on Wilson Chandler; waives Dan Grunfeld.

Orlando waives Dwayne Jones.

Philadelphia waives Jared Reiner.

Phoenix waives Robert Hite and exercises option on Alando Tucker.

Portland waives Luke Jackson and Steven Hill.

San Antonio waives Devin Green, Salim Stoudamire and Darryl Watkins.

Wednesday, Oct. 22

Dallas waives Cheyne Gadson, JaJuan Smith and Reyshawn Terry.

L.A. Lakers waive Joe Crawford and C.J. Giles.

New Orleans waives Jared Jordan and Courtney Sims.

Toronto waives Jamal Sampson.

Utah waives Kevin Lyde and Gabe Muoneke.

Tuesday, Oct. 21

L.A. Clippers exercise third-year option on Al Thornton.

Oklahoma City waives Chris Alexander and Derrick Byars.

Sacramento waives Noel Felix and Bobby Jones.

Washington waives DerMarr Johnson and Linton Johnson.

Monday, Oct. 20

Boston waives Darius Miles.

Chicago waives Elton Brown and Darius Washington.

Cleveland waives Vernon Hamilton.

Dallas waives Charles Rhodes.

L.A. Lakers waive Brandon Heath.

Memphis waives Brent Petway.

Milwaukee waives Ron Howard and Kevin Kruger.

Philadelphia waives Antywane Robinson.

San Antonio waives Charles Gaines.

Sunday, Oct. 19

Golden State waives Dan Dickau.

Friday, Oct. 17

L.A. Clippers waive Curtis Sumpter.

Portland waives Jamaal Tatum.

Thursday, Oct. 16

Oklahoma City exercises third-year options on Kevin Durant and Jeff Green.

Sacramento exercises option on Spencer Hawes for the 2009-10 season.

Wednesday, Oct. 15

Charlotte exercises options on Jared Dudley and Adam Morrison.

Miami waives Omar Barlett and Eddie Basden.

Tuesday, Oct. 14

Atlanta waives Marcus Hubbard and Frank Robinson.

Charlotte waives Donell Taylor and Marcus Williams.

NBA suspends Sebastian Telfair for three games.

Monday, Oct. 13

Philadelphia exercises third-year options on contracts of Jason Smith and Thaddeus Young.

Sunday, Oct. 12

Golden State suspends Monta Ellis for 30 games.

L.A. Clippers waive Dontell Jefferson and David Noel.

Saturday, Oct. 11

Memphis waives Malick Badiane.

Friday, Oct. 10

Indiana signs Jeff Foster to contract extension.

Dallas trades Eddie Jones and two future second-round draft picks to Indiana for Shawne Williams.

Milwaukee waives T.J. Cummings.

Washington waives Taj McCullough.

Thursday, Oct. 9

Golden State waives Dion Dowell and Justin Williams.

Phoenix waives Coleman Collins.

Wednesday, Oct. 8

L.A. Lakers waive Dwayne Mitchell.

Cleveland waives Lance Allred and Michael Dickerson.

Sacramento waives Zhang Kai.

Monday, Oct. 6

New Jersey waives Awvee Storey.

Philadelphia waives Andre Emmett, Maureece Rice and Cory Underwood.

Saturday, Oct. 4

Atlanta waives Olumide Oyedeji.

Miami waives Matt Walsh.

Friday, Oct. 3

Miami signs Shaun Livingston.

Denver signs Juwan Howard.

Wednesday, Oct. 1

Chicago re-signs Ben Gordon to a qualifying offer.

Golden State signs Dan Dickau.

Sacramento names Shareef Abdur-Rahim assistant coach.

San Antonio signs Charles Gaines and waives Brian Morrison.

August 2008
Wednesday, Aug. 5

Detroit signed forward Austin Daye

Houston signed guard Jermaine Taylor to a multiyear contract

Philadelphia named Randy Ayers assistant coach

Monday, Aug. 3

Minnesota signed center Ryan Hollins to an offer sheet

Saturday, Aug. 1

Oklahoma City signed guard Kevin Ollie

Milwaukee requested waivers on guard/forward Bruce Bowen

July 2008
Friday, July 31

L.A. Lakers waived guard Sun Yue, re-signed forward Lamar Odom to a four-year contract.

Boston waived guard Gabe Pruitt.

Denver acquired forward Malik Allen from Milwaukee for forward Walter Sharpe and guard/forward Sonny Weems.

Milwaukee requested waviers on guard Salim Stoudamire.

L.A. Clippers waived guard Mike Taylor.

Thursday, July 30

Chicago waived forward Linton Johnson and guard DeMarcus Nelson

Dallas signed forward Drew Gooden

Indiana signed forward Solomon Jones to a multiyear contract

Toronto traded guard/forward Devean George and cash to Golden State for guard Marco Belinelli. Signed center Rasho Nesterovic to a one-year contract.

Wednesday, July 29

Cleveland waived guard Tarence Kinsey

New Orleans signed free agent forward Ike Diogu

Memphis signed Sam Young to a multi-year contract

Tuesday, July 28

Indiana signed point guard Earl Watson

Milwaukee signed point guard Brandon Jennings

Dallas signed free agent forward Tim Thomas

Charlotte acquired center Tyson Chandler from New Orleans for forward/center Emeka Okafor

Monday, July 27

Oklahoma City acquired center Etan Thomas, a second-round selection and a conditional second-round selection in the 2010 NBA Draft from Minnesota for guards Chucky Atkins and Damien Wilkins

Golden State waived forward Jermareo Davidson

Saturday, July 25

San Antonio signed centerTheo Ratliff

Friday, July 24

Portland signed guard Andre Miller to a three-year deal

Miami announced it will not match the offer sheet Cleveland issued forward Jamario Moon

Thursday, July 23

Milwaukee agreed to terms with forward Ersan Ilyasova

Wednesday, July 22

Detroit signed forward Chris Wilcox

Indiana re-signed forward Josh McRoberts to a multi-year contract

Miami re-signed center Jamaal Magloire

Tuesday, July 21

Philadelphia signed guard Jrue Holiday

Sacramento agreed to terms with forward Sean May

Toronto signed guard Jarret Jack

Orlando agreed to terms with forward Matt Barnes on a two-year contract

Monday, July 20

Atlanta signed rookie guard Jeff Teague

Chicago waived guard Anthony Roberson

Indiana announced it will not match the offer sheet Toronto issued guard Jarrett Jack

L.A. Clippers acquired guard Sebastian Telfair, forward Craig Smith and forward Mark Madsen from Minnesota for forward Quentin Richardson

Miami re-signed center Joel Anthony

Phoenix agreed to terms with guard Steve Nash on a two-year contract extension.

Sunday, July 19

Memphis signed center Hasheem Thabeet.

Cleveland signed forward Jamario Moon to an offer sheet.

Friday, July 17

Utah matched Portland's four-year offer sheet to forward Paul Millsap.

Los Angeles Clippers acquired guard/forward Quentin Richardson from the Memphis Grizzlies for forward Zach Randolph.

Oklahoma City waived guard Earl Watson.

Thursday, July 16

San Antonio signed forward DeJuan Blair.

Wednesday, July 15

Denver signed guard Ty Lawson.

Tuesday, July 14

Atlanta traded the rights to forward/center David Andersen to Houston for an undisclosed second-round draft pick, cash and future considerations.

Chicago reached a contract settlement with forward Tim Thomas and requested waivers on him.

Indiana signed guard Dahntay Jones to a four-year contract.

New Jersey Nets promoted Aaron Harris to senior director-public relations.

Utah re-signed G Ronnie Price.

Monday, July 13

Atlanta re-signed guard Mike Bibby and center Zaza Pachulia.

Charlotte signed forward Derrick Brown.

Chicago signed guard Jannero Pargo.

Cleveland signed guard/forward Anthony Parker.

Denver acquired guard Arron Afflalo and forward Walter Sharpe from Detroit for a future second-round draft pick and cash.

Orlando matched Dallas' five-year offer sheet to center Marcin Gortat.

Phoenix agreed to terms with foward/center Channing Frye on a two-year contract.

Toronto signed guard Jarrett Jack to an offer sheet.

Sunday, July 12

L.A. Clippers named Tony Brown assistant coach

Saturday, July 11

Dallas re-signed guard Jason Kidd

New York signed forward Jordan Hill

Oklahoma City signed guard James Harden, center Byron Mullens and forward Serge Ibaka

Toronto signed guard Jarrett Jack to an offer sheet

Friday, July 10

Minnesota signed guards Jonny Flynn and Wayne Ellington

Orlando signed forward Brandon Bass

Phoenix signed forward Earl Clark

Sacramento signed forward Omir Casspi

San Antonio signed forward/center Antonio McDyess

Utah signed center Mehmet Okur to a multi-year contract extension

Memphis waived guard/forward Jerry Stackhouse

Portland signed forward Paul Millsap to an offer sheet

Portland extended coach Nate McMillan's contract through 2011 season

Thursday, July 9

Chicago signed forwards James Johnson and Taj Gibson

Cleveland signed forward/center Anderson Varejao to a multi-year contract

Dallas traded guard Jerry Stackhouse and cash considerations to Memphis for guard Greg Buckner; traded forwards Devean George and Antoine Wright to Toronto for forwards Shawn Marion, Kris Humphries, center Nathan Jawai and cash considerations as part of a four-team deal

Detroit named John Kuester coach

Orlando traded forward Hedo Turkoglu to Toronto for cash considerations and acquired cash considerations from Dallas as part of a four-team deal

Toronto traded forwards Shawn Marion, Kris Humphries, center Nathan Jawai and cash considerations to Dallas; acquired forwards Devean George and Antoine Wright from Dallas and forward Hedo Turkoglu from Orlando; sent cash considerations to Orlando and a 2016 second-round pick to Memphis as part of a four-team deal

L.A. Clippers signed forward Blake Griffin

Toronto signed forward DeMar DeRozan

Wednesday, July 8

Atlanta re-signed guard Mike Bibby to a three-year contract.

Boston signed forward Rasheed Wallace to a two-year contract.

Charlotte signed guard Gerald Henderson.

Dallas signed guard Quinton Ross.

Detroit signed guard Ben Gordon and Charlie Villanueva to a five-year contract.

Golden State signed guard Stephen Curry.

Houston signed forward Trevor Ariza to a multiyear contract.

Indiana signed forward Tyler Hansbrough.

L.A. Lakers signed forward Ron Artest to a five-year contract and re-signed guard Shannon Brown to a two-year contract.

Milwaukee signed guard Jodie Meeks to a three-year contract.

Sacramento signed guard Tyreke Evans.

San Antonio agreed to terms with forwards Antonio McDyess, Marcus Haslip and Malik Hairston.

Toronto re-signed forward/center Andrea Bargnani to a five-year contract.

Tuesday, July 7

Dallas signed guard Rodrigue Beaubois.

Monday, July 6

Dallas signed guard Jason Kidd to a three-year contract.

Wednesday, July 1

Chicago named Randy Brown director of player development.

Boston announced guard Eddie House declined to exercise his option for free agency.

L.A. Lakers announced guard Kobe Bryant declined to terminate the final two years of his contract.

Philadelphia named Mike O'Koren associate head coach. Retained Jim Lynam and Aaron McKie as assistant coaches.

Toronto named Alvin Williams and Francesco Cuzzolin assistant coaches. Re-signed Eric Hughes assistant coach.

Utah signed guard Eric Maynor to a two-year contract.

photoSteal Of The Night: T.J. McConnell
T.J McConnell picks off the inbounds pass and throws the behind-the-back, no-look pass to Dario Saric for the reverse layup.
photoDunks Of The Day: Mar. 24
Check out all the rim-rocking, high-flying action from Friday night's 10-game schedule in the NBA with the Dunks of the Day.
photoThe Fast Break: Mar. 24
Take a quick trip through the 10-game schedule in the NBA with The Fast Break.
photoTop 10: Mar. 24
Take a look at the Top 10 plays from Friday night's action in the NBA.
photoNightly Notable: Devin Booker
Devin Booker becomes the youngest player to score 60+ points as he scores 70 points with eight rebounds and six assists versus the Celtics.

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