First, of course, when the signing begin, be sure to keep track of them on the NBA Free Agent Signing Board!
Now, let's catch up on some rumors:
Dwight Howard took in five shows (HOU, LA, GS, DAL and ATL)....and now he rests. Decision to come on July 10th, as promised.
Andre Iguodala, long considered a possible Hawks target, is the center of focus of two teams. The Nuggets, as reported by Brandon Krisztal, offered Iguodala a 5 year, 63 million dollar deal.
Meanwhile, the Kings have made Iggy "their free agent priority", according to Marc Stein. Woj reports a 4 year, 56 million dollar offer from the Kings.
David Aldridge confirms the terms for Iguodala and reports that "Iguodala deciding after "great meetings" w/DET, HOU, GS, ATL, per source" Also included DEN and SAC in another tweet.
OVERNIGHT UPDATE: From Sam Amick of USA Today, the Kings pulled their offer to Andre Iguodala off the table when they found that the Nuggets wouldn't match the value of the Kings offer, yet Iguodala still didn't want to commit to the Kings last night. Also found that offer from Kings was a 4 year, 52 million dollar deal.
Tyreke Evans, who met with the Hawks Tuesday, as reported by Sacramento Bee's writer Jason Jones, may not have the Kings to fall back on, as the team, in the same Stein article, says they would now likely not match the reported 4 year, 44 million dollar offer from the New Orleans Pelicans. No word has emerged from Evans' meeting with the Hawks.
Elsewhere around the league:
Carl Landry gets a sniff from the Clippers, reports Woj.
David West agrees to a 3 year, 36 million dollar deal with the Pacers, reports Y! Sports.
Martell Webster finds a four-year home with the Wizards, according to @WojYahooNBA.
Tyler Hansbrough is now an unrestricted free agent, per Marc Stein.
Woj reports the Spurs and Tiago Splitter are partners for 4 years and 36 million dollars.
Richard Hamilton will be a free agent soon as he is getting a release from the Bulls, per Ken Berger.
Chase Budinger beats JJ Redick as he agrees to deal to return to Minnesota for 3 years, 16 million dollars, per Woj!
Mega three team deal sends JJ Redick to the Clippers and nets him a 4 year, 27 million dollar deal, says Y! Sports.
Then, Kevin Martin quickly got a 4 year, 30 million dollar offer from the Timberwolves, reported Sam Amick.
Tony Allen reached an agreement with the Memphis Grizzlies, according to Tony himself -- Woj has the terms at 4 years, 20 million dollars.
Marc Stein reports Jon Leuer will join Allen in Memphis, with a 3 year, 3 million dollar deal.