2017 NBA Free Agency Trades, Re-Signings

By Dominique Carter

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Before free agency even started, there were already huge moves in the NBA such as Paul George being traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Jimmy Butler being traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves, Chris Paul being traded to the Houston Rockets, and of course the draft with the Philadelphia 76ers drafting Markelle Fultz and the Los Angeles Lakers drafting Lonzo Ball. Here were the big moves for the first day of NBA Free Agency, though:

Stephen Curry resigns to the Golden State Warriors on a 5 year, $201 million contract
 
Jeff Teague signs to the Minnesota Timberwolves on a 3 year, $57 million contract
 
Patty Mills resigns with the San Antonio Spurs for a 4 year, $50 million contract
 
Shaun Livingston returns to Golden State for 3 years and $24 million
 
Tony Snell comes back to the Milwaukee Bucks on a 4 year, $46 million deal
 
Blake Griffin returns to the Los Angeles Clippers for 5 years and $173 million
 
Cristiano Felicio returns to the Chicago Bulls on a 4 year, $32 million deal
 
Jrue Holiday comes back to the New Orleans Pelicans for a 5 year, $126 million deal
 
David West returns to the Golden State Warriors for his last season with a veteran’s minimum
 
Langston Galloway signs a 3 year, $21 million deal with the Detroit Pistons
 
JJ Redick join the Philadelphia 76ers for 1 year with $23 million
 
Amir Johnson also joins the 76ers for a year with $11 million
 
Michael Carter-Williams joins the Charlotte Hornets for a year worth $2,7 million
 
Andre Igoudala returns to Golden State on 3 year, $48 million deal
If any you’re excited or disappointed about any new signings, leave it in the comments below.

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