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2020 NBA Free Agency Tracker: Latest Signings, Trades – Blazers Edge

NBA free agency is still in motion following a busy Friday evening that featured a flurry of moves. Yesterday, the Trail Blazers traded for Enes Kanter, signed free agent forward Derrick Jones Jr. and re-signed Rodney Hood to a new two-year deal.

With a plethora of options still on the market, here is a look at the moves that have made on Saturday (this post will update throughout the day).


Former Trail Blazers forward Moe Harkless has agreed to a one-year, $3.6 million contract with the defending Eastern Conference Champions. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski delivered the details on Harkless’ new deal.

Former NBA Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams is set to return to the Magic according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

According to Charania, Former Michigan State standout Denzel Valentine decided to agree to the $4.7 million qualifying offer that the Bulls extended.

Defense-first guard Kris Dunn, who was a rumored target of the Blazers, agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract with the Hawks according to Wojnarowski.

Charania is reporting that guard De’Anthony Melton has agreed to a four-year, $35 million contract with the Grizzlies.

Big man Bobby Portis, who is fresh off his departure from the Knicks, is joining the Bucks (per Charania). According to David Aldridge, it is a two-year deal that includes a player option in the second year.

Free agent point guard DJ Augustin has agreed to a three-year, $21 million contract with the Bucks according to Charania.

Raul Neto is headed to the Wizards on a one-year deal according to Charania.

Fred VanVleet, arguably the biggest fish on the free agent market, has agreed to a deal that will see him return to the Raptors. According to Charania, VanVleet has agreed to a lucrative four-year, $85 million contract.

In another huge deal, Gordon Hayward signs with the Charlotte Hornets for four years, $120 million.

Avery Bradley signed with the Miami Heat for two years, $11.6 million.

The Memphis Grizzlies get former two-way player John Konchar for the long haul.

Jae Crowder signs a multi-year deal with the Phoenix Suns. Update: it’s for three years, $30 million.

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