Thu,
July 31

Charlotte re-signs Emeka Okafor to a multi-year extension.

Chicago signs Luol Deng to multi-year extension and waives JamesOn Curry.

L.A. Clippers sign Brian Skinner.

Minnesota names Dean Cooper assistant coach.

Wed,
July 30

L.A. Clippers waive Josh Powell.

Denver signs Dahntay Jones.

Atlanta signs Randolph Morris.

Detroit signs Will Bynum.

New Jersey names Roy Rogers assistant coach.

Tue,
July 29

Atlanta signs Maurice Evans.

Philadelphia signs Kareem Rush.

New York waives Taurean Green and Bobby Jones.

Orlando waives James Augustine.

Mon,
July 28

Minnesota re-signs Ryan Gomes.

L.A. Clippers sign Ricky Davis.

Golden State re-signs Andris Biedrins.

L.A. Lakers re-sign Sasha Vujacic.

Philadelphia signs Royal Ivey.

Toronto signs Will Solomon.

Denver acquires Renaldo Balkman and cash considerations from New York in exchange for Taurean Green, Bobby Jones and a 2010 second round draft pick.

Fri,
July 25

Charlotte re-signs Ryan Hollins.

Utah exercises its first right of refusal on guard C.J. Milesís contract.

Sacramento signs Bobby Brown.

Miami promotes Chad Kammerer to the role of assistant coach.

Thu,
July 24

New York signs free agent Anthony Roberson.

Denver signs Chris Andersen.

Golden State re-signs Monta Ellis, signs Richard Hendrix and matches L.A. Clippers' offer to Kelenna Azubuike.

Wed,
July 23

Utah acquires Brevin Knight from the Los Angeles Clippers for Jason Hart.

San Antonio signs Anthony Tolliver.

Boston re-signs Tony Allen and Eddie House.

Minnesota re-signs Sebastian Telfair.

New Orleans signs James Posey.

Tue,
July 22

Portland signs Nicolas Batum.

Golden State acquires Marcus Williams from New Jersey for future first round pick.

Phoenix signs Matt Barnes.

San Antonio re-signs Kurt Thomas.

Mon,
July 21

New Jersey acquires Keyon Dooling from Orlando in exchange for cash considerations.

Sat,
July 19

Golden State signs Ronny Turiaf.

Fri,
July 18

Philadelphia signs Marreese Speights.

Thu,
July 17

L.A. Clippers sign Kelenna Azubuike to offer sheet.

Milwaukee signs Tyronn Lue and Malik Allen.

Minnesota re-signs Craig Smith.

Wed,
July 16

Atlanta names Jim Todd and Tyrone Hill assistant coaches.

Boston signs Patrick O'Bryant.

Cleveland signs Daniel Gibson to multi-year contract extension.

New Jersey signs Eduardo Najera and Jarvis Hayes.

Toronto signs Roko Ukic to a three-year contract.

Tue,
July 15

L.A. Clippers acquire Marcus Camby from Denver. In return, Denver will have the option to exchange second round picks with the Clippers in 2010.

L.A. Clippers sign DeAndre Jordan and Mike Taylor.

Golden State signs Anthony Randolph.

Indiana signs Brandon Rush and Roy Hibbert.

Orlando signs Anthony Johnson.

Sun,
July 13

Washington re-signs Gilbert Arenas.

Fri,
July 11

Dallas re-signs Antoine Wright and signs Keith McLeod and James Singleton.

New Jersey reaches agreements in principle with Eduardo Najera and Jarvis Hayes.

Milwaukee signs Andrew Bogut to multi-year contract extension.

Minnesota signs Kevin Love.

San Antonio signs Roger Mason.

Toronto signs Nathan Jawai.

Thu,
July 10

Houston signs Brent Barry.

NBA announces Sacramento's Brad Miller has been suspended for five games and JamesOn Curry has been suspended for one game.

Cleveland signs J.J. Hickson.

Golden State signs Corey Maggette and signs Ronny Turiaf to an offer sheet.

Los Angeles Clippers sign Baron Davis.

Orlando signs Mickael Pietrus.

Phoenix signs Robin Lopez.

Los Angeles Clippers renounce their rights to free agents Dan Dickau, Shaun Livingston, Boniface Ndong, Smush Parker and James Singleton.

Utah signs Kosta Koufos.

Washington signs Dee Brown to offer sheet.

Wed,
July 9
Miami signs Mario Chalmers.

Portland signs Jerryd Bayless.

Milwaukee signs Luc Richard Mbah a Moute.

Washington signs JaVale McGee.

New Orleans signs Chris Paul to a contract extension.

New York signs Chris Duhon.

Minnesota obtains Rodney Carney, Calvin Booth, a first-round pick and cash considerations from Philadelphia in exchange for a future conditional second-round draft pick.

Miami signs James Jones.

New Jersey signs Chris Douglas-Roberts.

Portland obtains Ike Diogu and the rights to Jerryd Bayless from Indiana in exchange for Jarrett Jack, Josh McRoberts, the rights to Brandon Rush and cash considerations.

Indiana obtains T.J. Ford, Rasho Nesterovic, Maceo Baston and the rights to Roy Hibbert from Toronto in exchange for Jermaine OíNeal and the rights to Nathan Jawai.

Toronto re-signs Jose Calderon.

Dallas re-signs Jose Juan Barea and signs DeSagana Diop.

Sacramento re-signs Beno Udrih.

Memphis signs Marc Gasol.

Sacramento signs Sean Singletary and Patrick Ewing, Jr.

Tue,
July 8

Charlotte signs D.J. Augustin and Alexis Ajinca.

New York signs Danilo Gallinari.

Milwaukee signs Joe Alexander.

Memphis signs O.J. Mayo and Darrell Arthur.

Sacramento signs Jason Thompson.

Toronto signs Hassan Adams to two-year contract.

Mon,
July 7

Charlotte names Herb Brown assistant coach.

Portland names Joe Prunty assistant coach.

Fri,
July 4

Oklahoma City signs Russell Westbrook and D.J. White.

Thu,
July 3

Dallas signs Gerald Green.

Chicago names Del Harris, Bernie Bickerstaff and Bob Ociepka assistant coaches.

Orlando signs Courtney Lee.

Wed,
July 2

L.A. Clippers sign Eric Gordon.

Miami signs David Padgett and Jason Richards.

Tue,
July 1

Charlotte extends qualifying offers to Emeka Okafor and Ryan Hollins and picks up the 2008-09 option on Jermareo Davidson.

Houston picks up contract option for Steve Novak.

Memphis extends qualifying offer to Juan Carlos Navarro.

Portland signs Rudy Fernandez.

Miami signs Michael Beasley.