NBA free agency 2018: What has happened thus far

It has been less than 2 hours since the clock struck midnight Eastern time, marking the start of 2018 NBA free agency.

The Boston Celtics have already re-signed center Aron Baynes to a 2 year/$11 million deal, but here is everything else that has happened around the rest of the league thus far:

High Profile Free Agents & Max Contracts:

  • Paul George decides to remain in OKC, and will sign a 4 year/$137 million max contract
  • Chris Paul will re-sign with the Houston Rockets on a 4 year/$160 million max contract
  • DeAndre Jordan has agreed to a 1 year/$24.1 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks (unless someone locks him in his house again)
  • Kevin Durant has agreed to return to the Golden State Warriors on a 2 year/$61.5 million contract
  • Nikola Jokic will return to the Denver Nuggets on a 5 year/$148 million max contract

Other Free Agent Signings:

  • Marco Belinelli: 2 years/$12 million with the San Antonio Spurs
  • Ersan Ilyasova: 3 years/$21 million with the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Rudy Gay: 1 year/$10 million with the San Antonio Spurs
  • Derrick Rose: 1 year/$2.1 million with the Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Gerald Green: 1 year/$2.4 million with the Houston Rockets
  • Trevor Ariza: 1 year/$15 million with the Phoenix Suns
  • Will Barton: 4 years/$54 million with the Denver Nuggets
  • Doug McDermott: 3 years/$22 million with the Indiana Pacers
  • Joe Harris: 2 years/$16 million with the Brooklyn Nets
  • Jerami Grant: 3 years/$27 million with the OKC Thunder
  • Ed Davis: 1 year/$4.4 million with the Brooklyn Nets
  • Omri Casspi: 1 year deal with the Memphis Grizzlies (amount not yet disclosed)

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