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Tracking every player signing in NBA free agency this offseason

We breakdown the biggest NBA free-agency moves and trades made by each franchise.

Hassan Whiteside of the Portland Trail Blazers slam dunks over LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers during the second half in Game 1 of Round 1 of the NBA Playoffs at AdventHealth Arena at ESPN Wide World Of Sports Complex on August 18, 2020 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Photo by Ashley Landis-Pool/Getty Images

The 2020 NBA free agency window is upon us! The window opened up at 6:00 p.m. ET on Friday, in which players can talk to teams and agree to deals before signing them on Sunday at noon ET. Here, we’ll be keeping track of where every free agent is signing. Below you can find players for each team and see where they’re headed with details on contracts and some quick reaction.

Atlanta Hawks

Danilo Gallinari — finalizes three-year, $61.5 million deal

Kris Dunn — Agrees to two-year, $10 million deal

Rajon Rondo — Agrees to two-year, $15 million deal

Boston Celtics

Tristan Thompson — Agrees to two-year, $19 million deal

Jeff Teague — Agrees to one-year deal

Brooklyn Nets

Joe Harris — Agrees to four-year, $75 million deal

Charlotte Hornets

Gordon Hayward — Agrees to four-year, $120 million deal

Chicago Bulls

Denzel Valentine — Signs one-year qualifying offer

Cleveland Cavaliers

Matthew Dellavedova — Re-signs with Cavaliers

Dallas Mavericks

Trey Burke — Re-signs on three-year, $10 million deal

Denver Nuggets

Paul Millsap — Re-signs on one-year deal

Detroit Pistons

Mason Plumlee — signs three-deal, $25 million deal

Jahlil Okafor — agrees to two-year deal

Josh Jackson — agrees to deal with Detroit

Jerami Grant — agrees to three-year deal

Golden State Warriors

Kent Bazemore — agrees to one-year deal

Houston Rockets

Christian Wood — Agrees to three-year deal

Indiana Pacers

Justin Holiday — Re-signs on three-year deal

Los Angeles Clippers

Patrick Patterson — Re-signs on one-year deal

Marcus Morris — Agrees to four-year deal

Serge Ibaka — Agrees to two-year deal

Los Angeles Lakers

Wesley Matthews — signs one-year, $3.6 million deal

Montrezl Harrell — agrees to two-year deal

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope — Re-signs on three-year deal

Markieff Morris — Re-signs with Lakers

Marc Gasol — Signs two-year deal

Memphis Grizzlies

Miami Heat

Goran Dragic — Re-signs on two-year deal

Meyers Leonard — Re-signs on two-year, $20 million deal

Maurice Harkless — Agrees to one-year, $3.6 million deal

Avery Bradley — Agrees to two-year, $11.6 million deal

Milwaukee Bucks

D.J. Augustin — Agrees to three-year, $21 million deal

Minnesota Timberwolves

Malik Beasley — Re-signs on four-year, $60 million deal

New Orleans Pelicans

New York Knicks

Elfrid Payton — Re-signs on one-year deal

Oklahoma City Thunder

Orlando Magic

Dwayne Bacon — Agrees to two-year deal

James Ennis — Re-signs on one-year deal

Michael Carter-Williams — Agrees to return on one-year deal

Philadelphia 76ers

Dwight Howard — Agrees to one-year deal

Phoenix Suns

Jae Crowder — Agrees to three-year deal, $30 million deal

Damian Jones — Agrees to two-year deal

Dario Saric — Agrees to three-year, $27 million deal

Portland Trail Blazers

Rodney Hood — Re-signs on two-year, $21 million deal

Derrick Jones Jr. — Agrees to two-year deal

Carmelo Anthony — Finalizes deal to return to Portland

Sacramento Kings

San Antonio Spurs

Devin Eubanks — Re-signs on three-year deal

Toronto Raptors

Fred VanVleet — Re-signs on four-year, $85 million deal

Chris Boucher — Agrees to two-year, $13.5 million deal

Aron Baynes — Agrees to two-year, $14.3 million deal

Alex Len — Agrees to deal with Raptors

Utah Jazz

Jordan Clarkson — Re-signs on four-year, $52 million deal

Derrick Favors — Agrees to three-year deal around $30 million

Washington Wizards