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Transactions: 2011-12 Season

Posted Jul 3 2012 8:04AM

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NBA transactions for the 2011-12 season: July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012.

June 2012

Saturday, June 30
• Cleveland extended a qualifying offer to guard Alonzo Gee and forward Luke Harangody making them restricted free agents.
• Minnesota declined to make qualifying offers to forward Michael Beasley and forward Anthony Randolph, making them unrestricted free agents.

Thursday, June 28
• For all transactions from Draft night, view's Trade Tracker.

Wednesday, June 27
• Houstons traded center Samuel Dalembert, the 2012 14th overall draft pick, a future second-round draft pick and cash considerations to Milwaukee for forward Jon Brockman, forward Jon Leuer, guard Shaun Livingston and the 2012 12th overall pick.
• Indiana announced the resignation of president of basketball operations Larry Bird.

Tuesday, June 26
• Detroit traded guard Ben Gordon and a future first-round draft choice to Charlotte for guard Corey Maggette.
• Indiana announced the resignation of David Morway, general manager.
• Minnesota acquired forward Chase Budinger and the rights to forward Lior Eliyahu from Houston for the 2012 18th overall draft pick.
• New York announced guard J.R. Smith has declined his second-year contract option and will become a free agent.

Monday, June 25
• Atlanta named Danny Ferry president of basketball operations and general manager.

Thursday, June 21
• Golden State named Chip Bowers chief marketing officer.
• Orlando named Rob Hennigan general manager.

Wednesday, June 20
• Charlotte named Mike Dunlap coach.
• New Orleans traded forward Trevor Ariza and center Emeka Okafor to Washington for forward Rashard Lewis and a 2012 second-round draft pick.
• Philadelphia named Tom Ward senior vice president of corporate partnerships & broadcasting.

Tuesday, June 19
• L.A. Lakers announced guard Ramon Sessions is declining his player option for next season.

Monday, June 18
• New Orleans announced president Hugh Weber will not return. Named Dennis Lauscha president and Mickey Loomis head of basketball operations.

Monday, June 4
• L.A. Clippers announced general manager Neil Olshey will not return next season.
• L.A. Lakers exercised the team option on center Andrew Bynum for the 2012-13 season.
• Washington announced coach Randy Wittman will return next season.

Friday, June 1
• L.A. Clippers agreed to terms with Neal Olshey general manager.

May 2012

Tuesday, May 29
• L.A. Clippers exercised the team option for next season on the contract of coach Vinny Del Negro.

Monday, May 21
• Orlando fired coach Stan Van Gundy and general manager Otis Smith.

Friday, May 18
• Atlanta exercised its 2012-13 contract option on coach Larry Drew.

Tuesday, May 15
• Dallas agreed to terms with coach Rick Carlisle on a new contract.

Friday, May 4
• Philadelphia named Julius Erving strategic adviser to the CEO and ownership group.

April 2012

Monday, April 30
• Charlotte announced coach Paul Silas will not return next season.

Tuesday, April 24
• Golden State promoted Bob Myers to general manager.
• New York promoted Glen Grunwald to executive vice president and general manager.
• Philadelphia signed guard Xavier Silas for the remainder of the season.
• Washington agreed to terms with president Ernie Grunfeld.

Monday, April 23
• NBA fined Philadelphia coach Doug Collins $15,000 for verbal abuse of an official during an April 21 game at Indiana.

Friday, April 20
• Memphis signed guard Lester Hudson.

Wednesday, April 18
• Cleveland recalled forward Luke Harangody from Canton (NBA D-League).
• New Orleans signed center Darryl Watkins to a 10-day contract. Waived center Chris Johnson.

Monday, April 16
• Golden State signed center Mikki Moore.
• Washington signed guard Morris Almond. Waived Roger Mason Jr.

Sunday, April 15
• Cleveland assigned forward Luke Harangody to Canton (NBA D-League).
• Washington signed forward James Singleton for the remainder of the season.

Saturday, April 14
• Charlotte signed forward Jamario Moon for the rest of the season.
• Cleveland recalled forward Luke Harangody from Canton (NBA D-League).

Thursday, April 12
• Houston signed forward Daimon Simpson for remainder of the season.

Tuesday, April 10
• Golden State assigned forward Chris Wright to Dakota (NBA D-League).

Monday, April 9
• Cleveland signed guard Lester Hudson to a second 10-day contract.
• Dallas placed forward Lamar Odom on the inactive list. Recalled guard-forward Kelenna Azubuike from Texas (NBA D-League).
• New Jersey signed guard Armon Johnson to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, April 5
• Chicago signed guard Mike James for the remainder of the season.
• Houston assigned guard Courtney Fortson to Rio Grande (NBA D-League).
• Washington signed forward James Singleton to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, April 4
• Golden State recalled forward Chris Wright from Dakota (NBA D-League).

March 2012

Saturday, March 31
• Sacramento signed guard Terrence Williams for remainder of the season.

Friday, March 30
• Cleveland signed guard Lester Hudson to a 10-day contract.
• Houston assigned forward Malcolm Thomas to Rio Grande Valley (NBA D-League).
• New Jersey signed forward Dennis Horner to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 27
• San Antonio signed guard Patrick Mills.
• Toronto signed guard Ben Uzoh to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, March 25
• Oklahoma City recalled guard Reggie Jackson from Tulsa (NBA D-League).

Saturday, March 24
• Golden State signed center Keith Benson to a 10-day contract. Assigned forward Chris Wright to Dakota (NBA D-League).
• Oklahoma City assigned guard Reggie Jackson to Tulsa (NBA D-League).

Friday, March 23
• Dallas signed guard/forward Kelenna Azubuike.
• San Antonio signed forward Boris Diaw.
• Toronto waived forward Rasual Butler.

Thursday, March 22
• Golden State signed center Mickell Gladness to a 10-day contract.

Wednesday, March 21
• Charlotte waived forward Boris Diaw.
• Houston reassigned forward Greg Smith to Rio Grande Valley (NBA D-League).
• Indiana announced the retirement of center Jeff Foster.
• Miami signed center Ronny Turiaf.
• Oklahoma City signed guard Derek Fisher.
• Portland claimed forward J.J. Hickson off waivers from Sacramento.
• Sacramento signed forward Terrence Williams to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, March 20
• Cleveland waived center Ryan Hollins.
• Memphis signed guard Gilbert Arenas for the remainder of the season.
• Philadelphia waived forward Andres Nocioni.

Monday, March 19
• Houston waived guard Derek Fisher.
• Sacramento waived forward J.J. Hickson.

Sunday, March 18
• Denver agreed to terms with forward Wilson Chandler on a five-year contract.
• New Jersey signed forward Gerald Green for the remainder of the season.
• Washington signed guard/forward Edwin Ubiles to a 10-day contract.

Saturday, March 17
• Cleveland waived forward Jason Kapono. Signed guard Manny Harris for the remainder of the season.
• San Antonio released guard T.J. Ford.
• New York named Jim Todd and Darrell Walker assistant coaches.

Friday, March 16
• Houston released forward Terrence Williams.
• New Jersey signed guard Jerry Smith to 10-day contract.
• San Antonio signed forward Eric Dawson to a second 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 15
• For all transactions from Trade Deadline day, check out's Trade Tracker.

Wednesday, March 14
• Chicago signed guard Mike James to a 10-day contract.
• New York announced the resignation of coach Mike D'Antoni. Named Mike Woodson interim coach.

Monday, March 12
• San Antonio announced the retirement of guard T.J. Ford.

Friday, March 9
• L.A. Clippers signed forward Bobby Simmons to a second 10-day contract.
• New Orleans signed forward Jeff Foote to a 10-day contract.

Thursday, March 8
• New Jersey signed forward Gerald Green to a second 10-day contract.
• New York recalled center Jerome Jordan from Erie (NBA D-League).

Wednesday, March 7
• L.A. Lakers assigned guard Darius Morris to Los Angeles of the NBA D-League.

Monday, March 5
• Sacramento signed coach Keith Smart to a contract extension through the 2012-13 season.

Sunday, March 4
• Oklahoma City recalled forward Lazar Hayward from Tulsa (NBA D-League).

Friday, March 2
• Cleveland signed guard Manny Harris to a second 10-day contract.
• Dallas assigned forward Lamar Odom to Texas (NBA D-League).
• New York reassigned center Jerome Jordan to Erie (NBA D-League).
• Oklahoma City assigned forward Lazar Hayward to Tulsa (NBA D-League).
• Philadelphia recalled forward Craig Brackins from Maine (NBA D-League).
• Phoenix named Lindsey Hunter scout.

Thursday, March 1
• Atlanta signed center Erick Dampier for the remainder of the season.

February 2012

Tuesday, Feb. 28
• Miami signed center Mickell Gladness to a second 10-day contract.

Monday, Feb. 27
• New Jersey signed forward Gerald Green to a 10-day contract.
• Portland signed center Joel Przybilla. Waived guard Armon Johnson.

Tuesday, Feb. 21
• Cleveland signed guard Manny Harris to a 10-day contract.

Monday, Feb. 20
• Houston recalled forward Marcus Morris from Rio Grande Valley (NBA D-League).
• San Antonio signed forward Eric Dawson to a 10-day contract.

Sunday, Feb. 19
• Houston recalled center/forward Greg Smith from Rio Grande Valley (NBA D-League).

Friday, Feb. 17
• New York signed guard J.R. Smith. Waived forward Renaldo Balkman.

Wednesday, Feb. 15
• New Orleans signed forward Solomon Jones to a 10-day contract.

Tuesday, Feb. 14
• Chicago signed guard Mike James to a 10-day contract.
• Minnesota recalled guard Malcolm Lee from Sioux Falls (NBA D-League).
• New Jersey signed forward Andre Emmett to a 10-day contract. Waived guard Keith Bogans.

Sunday, Feb. 12
• Miami signed center Mickell Gladness to a 10-day contract.

Friday, Feb. 10
• Cleveland guard Ben Uzoh.

Thursday, Feb. 9
• Atlanta signed center Erick Dampier to a 10-day contract.
• Houston assigned forward Greg Smith to Rio Grande Valley (NBA D-League).

Wednesday, Feb. 8
• New Orleans signed guard Donald Sloan to a 10-day contract. Released guard Carldell Johnson and forward DaJuan Summers.

Tuesday, Feb. 7
• Miami waived center Mickell Gladness.
• Philadelphia assigned forward Craig Brackins to Maine (NBA D-League).
• Washington waived center Hamady Ndiaye.

Monday, Feb. 6
• Cleveland waived guard Mychel Thompson.
• Minnesota assigned guard Malcolm Lee to Souix Falls (NBA D-League).
• Oklahoma City recalled forward Ryan Reid from Tulsa (NBA D-League).

Friday, Feb. 3
• Houston assigned forward Marcus Morris to Rio Grande Valley (NBA D-League).
• L.A. Clippers agreed to terms with forward Kenyon Martin on a one-year contract.
• Milwaukee placed guard Darington Hobson on waivers.

Thursday, Feb. 2
• Orlando signed guard Ish Smith.

Wednesday, Feb. 1
• Cleveland recalled forward Luke Harangody from Canton (NBA D-League).

January 2012

Monday, Jan. 30
• Washington recalled center Hamady Ndiaye from Iowa (NBA D-League).

Saturday, Jan. 28
• Chicago waived guard Mike James.

Friday, Jan. 27
• Philadelphia signed center Francisco Elson.

Thursday, Jan. 26
• Golden State assigned forward Chris Wright to Dakota (NBA D-League).

Wednesday, Jan. 25
• Charlotte exercised its fourth-year contract option on guard/forward Gerald Henderson.
• Denver signed forward Danilo Gallinari to a four-year contract extension.

Tuesday, Jan 24
• Sacramento recalled forward Tyler Honeycutt from Reno (NBA D-League).
• Washington fired coach Flip Saunders. Promoted assistant coach Randy Wittman to head coach.

Monday, Jan. 23
• Cleveland recalled guard-forward Christian Eyenga from Canton (NBA D-League).
• Dallas recalled guard Dominique Jones from Texas (NBA D-League).
• New York recalled center Jerome Jordan and guard Jeremy Lin from Erie (NBA D-League).

Friday, Jan. 20
• Detroit signed guard Walker Russell Jr.

Thursday, Jan. 19
• Oklahoma City signed guard Russell Westbrook to a multiyear contract extension.

Wednesday, Jan. 18
• Cleveland named Zydrunas Ilgauskas special assistant to the general manager.
• New Jersey signed forward Larry Owens. Waived forward Dennis Horner. Assigned forward Jordan Williams to Springfield (NBA D-League).

Saturday, Jan. 14
• Golden State signed center Earl Barron.

Friday, Jan. 13
• Golden State waived guard Ish Smith.
• Sacramento named Alex English assistant coach.

Wednesday, Jan. 11
• San Antonio waived forward Ike Diogu. Signed forward Malcolm Thomas.

Tuesday, Jan. 10
• Denver recalled guard Julyan Stone from Idaho (NBA D-League).

Monday, Jan. 9
• Dallas recalled forward Yi Jianlian from Texas (NBA D-League).

Thursday, Jan. 5
• Chicago named Susan Goodenow vice president, branding and communications. Promoted John Viola to vice president, corporate sales.
• Sacramento fired coach Paul Westphal, named Keith Smart coach.

Wednesday, Jan. 4
• Golden State signed guard Nate Robinson.
• Philadelphia traded forward Marreese Speights to Memphis and Memphis traded guard Xavier Henry to New Orleans. The 76ers received a 2012 second-round draft pick from Memphis and a 2013 second-round draft pick New Orleans.
• Portland assigned forward Luke Babbitt and guard Armon Johnson to Idaho (NBA D-League).

Sunday, Jan. 1
• Washington assigned center Hamady Ndiaye to Iowa (NBA D-League).

December 2011

Saturday, Dec. 31
• Memphis re-signed center Hamed Haddadi.

Thursday, Dec. 29
• Milwaukee assigned guard Darington Hobson to Fort Wayne (NBA D-League).
• Phoenix signed guard Michael Redd to a one-year contract.

Tuesday, Dec. 27
• New York claimed guard Jeremy Lin off waivers from Houston.

Monday, Dec. 26
• Houston signed center Samuel Dalembert to a multiyear contract.

Saturday, Dec. 24
• Memphis traded guard Greivis Vasquez to New Orleans for guard Quincy Pondexter. Signed forward Dante Cunningham.
• Miami waived guard Eddie House.

Friday, Dec. 23
• Charlotte waived forward Melvin Ely, forward Taylor Griffin, and guard Durrell Summers. Declined to match the offer sheet made by Memphis for forward Dante Cunningham.
• Denver waived guard Cory Higgins and forward Michael Ruffin.
• Memphis waived forward Walter Sharpe.
• Miami waived forward Derrick Byers.
• New Jersey signed guard DeShawn Stevenson. Waived forward Ime Udoka.

Thursday, Dec. 22
• Cleveland waived guard Manny Harris and guard Kenny Hayes.
• New Jersey waived forward Stephen Graham. Acquired center Mehmet Okur from the Utah Jazz for their second-round draft pick in 2015.
• Phoenix waived guard Mickael Pietrus.

Wednesday, Dec. 21
• Chicago agreed to terms with guard Derrick Rose to a five-year contract extension.
• Dallas signed forward-center Sean Williams.
• Detroit waived center Jake Voskuhl, guard Brian Hamilton and guard Walker Russell Jr.
• Houston signed forward Jeff Adrien.
• New Jersey re-signed forward Kris Humphries to a one-year contract.
• New York claimed forward Steve Novak off waivers from San Antonio.
• Philadelphia waived guard Antonio Anderson, forward/center Dwayne Jones, center Mike Tisdale and guard Xavier Silas.
• Sacramento waived forward Lawrence Hill and guard Adrian Oliver.
• Washington waived guard Mike Wilks and forward Larry Owens.

Tuesday, Dec. 20
• Atlanta signed guard Jannero Pargo.
• New Jersey waived guard Jerry Smith and guard JamesOn Curry.

Monday, Dec. 19
• Denver agreed to terms with guard Arron Afflalo on a five-year contract.
• Golden State traded forward Lou Amundson to Indiana for guard Brandon Rush.
• New York signed guard Baron Davis.
• Oklahoma City waived guard Anthony Goods.
• Sacramento voided the contract of forward/center Chuck Hayes after he failed a physical.
• Washington signed guard Nick Young to a one-year contract.

Sunday, Dec. 18
• Cleveland waived forward Tyrell Biggs and forward Kyle Goldcamp.
• Golden State waived Gary Flowers, Julian Khazzouh, Tim Pickett and Tommy Smith.

Saturday, Dec. 17
• Detroit signed guard Rodney Stuckey.
• Los Angeles signed guard Chauncey Billups and forward Caron Butler.
• Sacramento claimed forward Travis Outlaw off waivers.

Friday, Dec. 16
• Chicago waived guard Keith Bogans and guard Jennero Pargo.
• Golden State claimed guard Ish Smith off waivers from Memphis.
• Miami agreed to terms with coach Erik Spoelstra on a contract extension.
• New Orleans agreed to terms with forward Jason Smith on a three-year contract.
• San Antonio signed guard Cory Joseph.
• Washington re-signed guard Maurice Evans.

Thursday, Dec. 15
• Charlotte signed guard Reggie Williams to a two-year contract.
• Dallas waived guard Andy Rautins.
• Denver signed forward Michael Ruffin.
• Golden State signed forward Dominic McGuire.
• Miami signed forward Billy White.
• Milwaukee signed forward Jon Leuer.
• Minnesota signed guard Malcolm Lee to a three-year contract and guard Bonzi Wells.
• New Jersey signed forward Ime Udoka and Shawne Williams. Waived forward Travis Outlaw.
• New York signed center Jerome Jordan.
• Portland signed guard Jamal Crawford to a two-year contract.

Wednesday, Dec. 14
• Minnesota signed guard Jerome Randle. Signed guard J.J. Barea to a four-year contract.
• L.A. Lakers signed forward Josh McRoberts to a two-year contract.
• Memphis signed center Marc Gasol.
• Miami waived guard Cameron Jones.
• Chicago signed guard Richard Hamilton.
• Cleveland waived guard Baron Davis.
• Denver signed center Nene to a five-year contract.
• Golden State signed center Kwame Brown to a one-year contract.
• New Orleans Hornets traded guard Chris Paul and two future second-round draft picks to the Los Angeles Clippers for guard Eric Gordon, forward Al-Farouq Aminu, center Chris Kaman and a first-round draft choice.

Tuesday, Dec. 13
• Denver Nuggets re-signed forward Nene to a five-year contract. Acquired guard/forward Rudy Fernandez and forward Corey Brewer from the Dallas Mavericks for a future second-round draft pick.
• Golden State Warriors agreed to terms with center Kwame Brown on a one-year contract.
• Los Angeles Lakers signed guard Gerald Green and forward Malcolm Thomas.
• Milwaukee Bucks re-signed forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute to a multiyear contract.
• Minnesota Timberwolves traded forward Lazar Hayward to the Oklahoma City Thunder for two conditional second-round draft picks and guard Robert Vaden.
• New Jersey Nets signed forward Shelden Williams.
• Phoenix Suns waived guard Zabian Dowdell. Signed guard Ronnie Price. Added forward Marcus Landry to the roster.

Monday, Dec. 12
• Houston Rockets signed forward Marcus Morris. Claimed guard Jeremy Lin off waivers from Golden State. Added guard Ibrahim Jaaber to the training-camp roster.
• Memphis Grizzlies agreed to terms with center Marc Gasol.
• Philadelphia 76ers re-signed center Tony Battie.
• Los Angeles Clippers matched the Golden State offer for center DeAndre Jordan.
• Boston Celtics acquired forward Brandon Bass from Orlando for forward Glen Davis and guard Von Wafer. Signed forward JaJuan Johnson and guard E'Twaun Moore. Re-signed guard-forward Sasha Pavlovic.
• Chicago Bulls re-signed forward Brian Scalabrine.
• Cleveland Cavaliers re-signed guard Anthony Parker. Waived forward J.P. Prince.
• Dallas Mavericks re-signed forward Brian Cardinal. Signed forward Vince Carter.
• Detroit Pistons waived guard Richard Hamilton.
• Minnesota Timberwolves signed forward Derrick Williams.
• Toronto Raptors agreed to terms with guard Anthony Carter.

Sunday, Dec. 11
• Dallas Mavericks signed guard Drew Neitzel.
• Phoenix Suns re-signed forward Grant Hill. Signed guard Sebastian Telfair and forward Markieff Morris. Added guard Jeremy Hazell and guard Dwight Buycks to their training camp roster.
• Washington Wizards re-signed center Hamady Ndiaye.
• Toronto Raptors signed center Aaron Gray.
• Golden State Warriors waived guard Charlie Bell. Rescinded their qualifying offer to forward Reggie Williams. Signed center DeAndre Jordan to an offer sheet.
• Memphis Grizzlies signed guards Josh Selby and Jeremy Pargo.
Oklahoma City Thunder signed guard Reggie Jackson.
Charlotte Bobcats signed guard Kemba Walker.
New York Knicks signed guards Mike Bibby, Iman Shumpert, forward Jared Jeffries and center Josh Harrellson.
Portland Trail Blazers signed forward/center Kurt Thomas.
Los Angeles Lakers traded forward Lamar Odom and second-round pick to the Dallas Mavericks for a first-round pick and $8.9 million trade exception.

Saturday, Dec. 10
Golden State Warriors signed forward Gary Flowers and forward Chris Wright.
Indiana Pacers re-signed center Jeff Foster. Signed forward/center Jeff Pendergraph, forward/center Jarrid Famous, forward Tyren Johnson, forward Darnell Lazare and forward/center Matt Rogers.
Milwaukee Bucks signed forward-guard Mike Dunleavy to a multi-year deal.
New York Knicks traded forward Ronny Turiaf, cash considerations and a 2013 second-round draft pick to Washington and guard Andy Rautins to Dallas, who sent center Tyson Chandler and the draft rights to Ahmad Nivins and Giorgos Printezis to New York and a 2012 second-round draft pick to Washington. Washington also sent a conditional future second-round draft pick to Dallas.
New York Knicks waived guard Chauncey Billups.
Sacramento Kings signed forward Lawrence Hill and guard Adrian Oliver.
Toronto Raptors signed forward Rasual Butler.
Atlanta Hawks signed forward Vladimir Radmanovic.

Friday, Dec. 9
• Atlanta Hawks signed guard Tracy McGrady to a one-year contract.
• Boston Celtics signed guard Marquis Daniels, forward Chris Wilcox and center Greg Stiemsma.
• Chicago Bulls signed forward Jimmy Butler.
• Charlotte Bobcats re-signed guard Derrick Brown to a one-year contract.
• Cleveland Cavaliers signed guard Kyrie Irving and forward Tristan Thompson and waived forward Joey Graham.
• Dallas Mavericks signed forward Brandan Wright.
• Golden State Warriors signed guard Charles Jenkins and waived guard Jeremy Lin.
• Los Angeles Clippers signed forward Caron Butler to a three-year contract.
• Los Angeles Lakers signed forward Jason Kapono amd guards Darius Morris and Andrew Goudelock.
• Miami Heat agreed to terms with guard Mario Chalmers.
• New Jeresy Nets signed guard MarShon Brooks and forward Jordan Williams.
• Oklahoma City Thunder agreed to terms with guard Daequan Cook on a two-year contract.
• Orlando Magic released guard Gilbert Arenas via amnesty provision and signed guards Larry Hughes, Gabe Pruitt and DeAndre Liggins and forward Justin Harper.
• Philadelphia Sixers agreed to terms with forward Thaddeus Young on a multi-year contract. Also signed forward-center Nikola Vucevic, centers Dwayne Jones and Mike Tisdale, guards Antonio Andersen and Xavier Salas and forward Lavoy Allen.
• Phoenix Suns re-signed guard-forward Grant Hill to a one-year contract and signed guards Sebastian Telfair and Shannon Brown to one-year contracts. Waived guard Vince Carter.
• Portland Trail Blazers signed center Greg Oden to a one-year contract.
• Sacramento Kings signed guard Marcus Thornton and center Chuck Hayes to four-year contracts and guards Jimmer Fredette, Isaiah Thomas and forward Tyler Honeycutt to rookie contracts.
• Toronto Raptors signed center Jamaal Magloire.
• Utah Jazz re-signed guard Earl Watson and signed center Enes Kanter and guard Alec Burks to deals.

Thursday, Dec. 8
• New Jersey Nets named P.J. Carlesimo and Mario Elie assistant coaches and Jeremy Bettle strength and conditioning coach.
• Utah Jazz named Michael Sanders player development coach.

Wednesday, Dec. 7
• Minnesota Timberwolves named Terry Porter, Jack Sikma, T.R. Dunn and Bill Bayno assistants coaches and R.J. Adelman director of player personnel and David Adelman player development coach.
• Portland Trail Blazers promoted advance scout Larry Greer to assistant coach. Named Dan Dickau player development assistant.

November 2011

Tuesday, Nov. 15
• Philadelphia 76ers named Jeff Capel assistant coach.
• Sacramento Kings named Keith Smart and Bobby Jackson assistant coaches.

October 2011

Wednesday, Oct. 26
• Toronto Raptors named Ed Stefanski executive vice president of basketball operations.

Thursday, Oct. 6
• Utah Jazz named Sidney Lowe assistant coach.

September 2011

Monday, Sept. 26
• Golden State Warriors named Rick Welts president and chief operating officer.

Tuesday, Sept. 13
• Minnesota Timberwolves named Rick Adelman coach.

Friday, Sept. 9
• Phoenix Suns announced the resignation of president and chief executive Rick Welts, effective Sept. 15.

August 2011

Monday, August 29
• New York Knicks named Mike Woodson assistant coach.

Monday, August 15
• Milwaukee Bucks named Sidney Moncrief assistant coach.

Thursday, August 4
• Golden State Warriors named Pete Myers, Wes Unseld Jr. and Jerry DeGregorio assistant coaches and Darren Erman and Kris Weems assistant coaches/player development.

Wednesday, August 3
• Detroit Pistons named Lawrence Frank coach.
• Golden State Warriors named Nate Bjorkgren coach of their D-League Dakota Wizards affiliate.

Tuesday, August 2
• Charlotte Bobcats named Dave Hanners assistant coach.

July 2011

Friday, July 22
• Miami Heat promoted vice president of basketball operations Nick Arison to chief executive officer.

Wednesday, July 20
• Houston Rockets announced the retirement of center Yao Ming.

Monday, July 18
• Indiana Pacers named Jim Boylen assistant coach.

Thursday, July 14
• Cleveland Cavaliers named Wes Wilcox general manager of the NBA D-League affiliate in Canton, Ohio.
• Phoenix Suns named Elston Turner defensive specialist.

Wednesday, July 13
• Indiana Pacers named Brian Shaw assistant head coach. Retained assistant coach Dan Burke.

Tuesday, July 12
• Minnesota Timberwolves fired coach Kurt Rambis.

Thursday, July 7
• Cleveland Cavaliers announced they have purchased the New Mexico Thunderbirds (NBA D-League) and will relocate the team to Canton, Ohio.

Wednesday, July 6
• Golden State Warriors named Marty Glick chief financial officer.
• Indiana Pacers named Frank Vogel coach.

Friday, July 1
• L.A. Lakers named Chuck Person and Quin Snyder assistant coaches.

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