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.

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Monta Ellis to Mavs



After missing out on Plan A (Howard, CP3) the Mavs are scrambling for alternative options and the first step in rebuilding is shoot first guard Monta Ellis

09:22pm EST | Jul 11
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Lakers amnesty Metta World Peace

The Los Angeles Lakers released Metta World Peace via the amnesty clause on Thursday night.

"It's tough to say goodbye to a player such as Metta, who has been a significant part of our team the past four seasons. For anyone who's had the opportunity to get to know him, it's impossible not to love him," said general manager Mitch Kupchak in a release. "He has made many contributions to this organization, both in his community work as well as in our games; perhaps no more so than in his clutch play in Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals in helping to lead us over the Celtics in one of the greatest playoff wins in Lakers history. We thank Metta for all his contributions and wish him the best of luck in the future." 
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Pelicans will introduce Tyreke Evans on Thursday; sign Stiemsma, Al-Farouq Aminu

The New Orleans Pelicans will introduce newly acquired swingman Tyreke Evans at an 11 a.m. press conference Thursday, while the team announced, first on its website, the signings of center Greg Stiemsma and forward Al-Farouq Aminu to contracts.

The team also announced the acquisition of Evans and center Jeff Withey, also on the website, in a three-team deal involving the Sacramento Kings, who obtained Vasquez, and Portland Trail Blazers who acquired center Robin Lopez and guard Terrel Harris.

Stiemsma's one-year, $2.7 million contract was confirmed earlier in the day by his agent, Mark Bartelstein, and Aminu had texted last week that he'd be back in New Orleans. Aminu reportedly signed for one year and $3.7 million.

The Pelicans have yet to announce officially that they've acquired point guard Jrue Holiday from the Philadelphia 76ers for the rights to Nerlens Noel and a protected first-round pick in 2014, a deal reported on June 27, nor the reported signing of free-agent guard Anthony Morrow, who reportedly will sign a two-year contract, the first year for the veteran minimum of nearly $900,000, the second year is an option. 
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Warriors Acquire Iguodala from Nuggets as Part of Three-Team Trade

The Golden State Warriors have acquired veteran guard/forward Andre Iguodala (E-gu-doll-a) in a sign-and-trade deal from the Denver Nuggets and guard Kevin Murphy from the Utah Jazz as part of a three-team trade, it was announced today. As part of the deal, the Warriors sent center Andris Biedrins, forward Richard Jefferson and guard/forward Brandon Rush, along with two future first round (2014 & 2017), two future second round (2016 & 2017) draft picks and cash considerations, to the Jazz, as well as a future second round (2018) draft pick to the Nuggets. The Nuggets also received guard Randy Foye in a sign-and-trade deal from Utah, while the Jazz also received a future second round (2018) pick from Denver.
07:09am EST | Jul 11
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Atlanta guard Jeff Teague signs four-year offer sheet with Bucks

The point guard merry-go-round continues to spin for the Milwaukee Bucks.

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. 
The point guard merry-go-round continues to spin for the Milwaukee Bucks.

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
07:04am EST | Jul 11
Andrew Bynum agrees to sign with Cavaliers

The Cavaliers have agreed to sign unrestricted free agent center Andrew Bynum to a multi-year contract, according to multiple reports.

ESPN.com and Yahoo! Sports both report that Bynum is heading to Cleveland and sitting out the entire 2012-13 season in Philadelphia with knee injuries. He will reportedly receive a two-year contract worth $24 million; only $6 million of Bynum’s 2013-14 salary will be guaranteed and the second year will be a team option.
09:02pm EST | Jul 10
Rip Hamilton has officially been waived by the Chicago Bulls via the NBA's amnesty clause.
09:00pm EST | Jul 10
The Portland Trail Blazers announced the signing of forward Dorell Wright.  It is believed to be a two year deal, but no financial details have been released or leaked at this time.
08:58pm EST | Jul 10
C.J. Watson has signed with the Indiana Pacers

No financial details have been released.
08:54pm EST | Jul 10

The Portland Trail Blazers have acquired forward Thomas Robinson from the Houston Rockets in exchange for the NBA rights to Kostas Papnikolaou and Marko Todorovic along with two future second round picks
07:20pm EST | Jul 10
06:49pm EST | Jul 10
Randy Foye signed with the Denver Nuggets

3 years/$9 million
06:00pm EST | Jul 10
Los Angeles Clippers announce the official signings of:

Matt Barnes

Ryan Hollins


No terms were released by the team. It is believed that Barnes signed a 3-year deal somewhere between $11 million and $12 million and Hollins signed a 1-year deal with unknown money.

05:55pm EST | Jul 10
Andre Iguodala signed with the Golden State Warriors

4 years/$48 million

05:53pm EST | Jul 10
Al-Farouq Aminu signed with the New Orleans Pelicans

1 year/$3.7 million

05:11pm EST | Jul 10

The Heat prefered Andersen return for $1.7 million – the league minimum for a player with his service time, plus a 20 percent raise, but terms were not disclosed. (Miami Herald)

Anderson will also get $4.4 million from Denver for next season.
04:56pm EST | Jul 10
Tyrus Thomas has officially been waived by the Charlotte Bobcats via the NBA's amnesty clause.

03:15pm EST | Jul 10
David West re-signed with the Indiana Pacers

3 years/$36 million

03:13pm EST | Jul 10
Darren Collison signed with the Los Angeles Clippers

2 years/$3.8 million

02:45pm EST | Jul 10
Robert Sacre has re-signed with the Los Angeles Lakers

Terms not disclosed by the team but it is believed to be for 1 year/$988.872.


02:01pm EST | Jul 10
Eric Maynor signs with the Washington Wizards

Terms not disclosed by the club but believed to be a two-year deal worth the bi-annual exception (roughly $2 million), with a player option on the second year. (Washington Post)


Garrett Temple has re-signed with the Washington Wizards

Terms not disclosed by the club but believed to be 1 year/$900,000
01:55pm EST | Jul 10
Al Jefferson signed with the Charlotte Bobcats

Terms not disclosed by the club but believed to be 3 years/$41 million
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11:57am EST | Jul 10
Mike Dunleavey Jr. signed with the Chicago Bulls

2 years/$6 million
11:52am EST | Jul 10
Pablo Prigioni re-signed with the New York Knicks

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."

11:39am EST | Jul 10
Paul Millsap signed with the Atlanta Hawks

2 years/$19 million
11:38am EST | Jul 10
Chris Paul re-signed with the Los Angeles Clippers

5 years/$107 million