Wednesday, July 10th is the first day that teams can officially sign players to the contracts that we have been reporting over the last two weeks.
We are simply going to list them in here as they trickle in throughout the next couple of days. Nothing should be a surprise, just making things official and getting ink to paper.
As u might imagine, Brandon Jennings isn't a happy camper. A sign-and-trade appears inevitable.— Gery Woelfel (@GeryWoelfel) July 14, 2013
Agent Mark Bartlestein says F Ronny Turiaf will sign with the Timberwolves.— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 12, 2013
Nick Young has agreed to a deal with the Lakers, agent Mark Bartelstein says.— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) July 11, 2013
League sources confirm the Nets have reached agreement with Andrei Kirilenko on a two-year deal.— Ken Berger (@KBergCBS) July 11, 2013
Hearing: Dallas Mavs will get "legit consideration" from Greg Oden along with teams previously in his top three: Heat, Spurs and Cavs— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 11, 2013
Re: Monta Ellis. Yes both sides talked, but never escalated to point where Ellis was close to coming to Sacramento.— Jason Jones (@mr_jasonjones) July 11, 2013
To clarify, free agent guard Corey Brewer has agreed in principle to sign a 3-year, $15 million contract with Timberwolves, source told Y!— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) July 10, 2013
After reaching an impasse with RFA Gerald Henderson, Charlotte's exploring sign-and-trade possibilities with multiple teams, sources tell Y!— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) July 11, 2013
And on Wednesday night it spun firmly in the direction of Atlanta Hawks point guard Jeff Teague.
Teague signed a four-year, $32 million offer sheet with Milwaukee, Bucks officials confirmed late Wednesday.
The Hawks will have three days to match it, and if they do not, Teague will be the Bucks' new starting point guard. - See more at: http://www.prosportsdaily.com/articles/atlanta-guard-jeff-teague-signs-fouryear-offer-sheet-with-bucks-258041.html#sthash.R12uVHwM.dpuf
2 years/$6 million
Terms not disclosed by the club but according to the New York Post:
"The 36-year-old Argentine signed for two years guaranteed, starting at $1.5 million of the Knicks mini-midlevel exception. The third year is non-guaranteed."
2 years/$19 million