Free agency 2022 |  The full report of a completely crazy first night

Free agency 2022 | The full report of a completely crazy first night

Even though Kevin Durant was the big star of the night with his transfer request, the franchises hosted a completely crazy first evening of “free agency”. Much crazier than last season with record contract extensions, but also unexpected transfers. In total, there are nearly 50 signatures in some six hours, for an amount of several billion dollars!

Here is the report, team by team. The extensions are in bold. We did not include the “team option”, nor the “player option”.


Nikola Jokic : 264 million dollars / 5 years

Bradley Beal : 251 million / 5 years

Karl Anthony Towns : 224 million / 4 years

Devin Booker : 224 million / 4 years

Ja Morant : between 193 and 231 million / 4 years

ATLANTA Dejounte Murray (Spurs) Danilo Gallinari (Spurs), Kevin Knox (Pistons)
BROOKLYN Patty Mills, Nic ClaxtonRoyce O’Neale (Jazz) Kessler Edwards, Andre Drummond (Bulls)
CHICAGO Andre Drummond (Nets) Troy Brown Jr. (Lakers)
DALLAS JaVale McGee (Suns) Jalen Brunson (Knicks)
DENVER Nikola Jokic, davon reedDeAndre Jordan (Sixers)
DETROIT Marvin Bagley IIIKevin Knox (Hawks)
GOLDEN STATE Juan Toscano-Anderson (Lakers), Gary Payton II (Blazers)
HOUSTON Jae’Sean Tate Trevelin Queen (Sixers)
THE CLIPPERS Ivica Zubac, Nicholas Batum, Amir Coffey Isaiah Hartenstein (Knicks)
THE LAKERS Lonnie Walker IV (Spurs), Juan Toscano-Anderson (Lakers), Troy Brown Jr. (Bulls), Damian Jones (Kings) Malik Monk (Kings)
MEMPHIS Tyus Jones, Ja Morant Kyle Anderson (Wolves)
MIAMI Victor Oladipo, Dewayne Dedmon PJ Tucker (Sixers)
MILWAUKEE Bobby Portis, Wes Matthews, Jevon CarterJoe Ingles (Blazers)
MINNESOTA Kyle Anderson (Grizzlies) Karl Anthony Towns
NEW YORK Jalen Brunson (Mavericks), Isaiah Hartenstein (Clippers)
OKAY Lu Dort, Mike Muscala
ORLANDO Mo Bamba, Gary Harris
PHILADELPHIA PJ Tucker (Heat), Danuel House (Jazz), Trevelin Queen (Rockets) DeAndre Jordan (Nuggets)
PHOENIX Devin Booker Ja Vale McGee (Mavericks)
PORTLAND Gary Payton II (Warriors), Anfernee Simons Joe Ingles (Bucks)
SACRAMENTO Malik Monk (Lakers) Damian Jones (Lakers)
SAN ANTONIO Dejounte Murray (Hawks), Lonnie Walker IV (Lakers), Danilo Gallinari
TORONTO chris butcher, Thaddeus Young
UTAH Royce O’Neale (Nets), Danuel House (Sixers)
WASHINGTON Bradley Beal, Anthony Gill

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