The National Basketball Association has rarely felt as wide open as it is now. The Golden State Warriors They regained their spot at the top of the league in June with their fourth championship in the past eight years, but this is no longer the title favourite as it was with Kevin Durant. Instead, there are a few teams in each conference who can realistically dream of winning it all. That journey begins for the 2022-23 season with the opening of the NBA Free Agency.
There was already a huge business before the free agency opened: File Atlanta Hawks Obtained Dejounte Murray from San Antonio Spurs for three future first-round draft picks. The deal sets the course for both franchises, as the Falcons go all out to compete in the East, and Spurs enter a complete rebuilding with their own eyes at the top of their 2023 draft lottery.
The NBA 2022 free agency postponement begins Monday, June 30 at 6 p.m. ET, at which point players and teams can begin discussing contracts. Deals cannot become official until July 6.
Check out our list of the top 75 free agents for the NBA this year. We keep track of every deal in this post.
Deals and signings in the NBA before free agency
- Torrian Prince, Wolves agree to a two-year, $16 million deal, per Woj.
- Ivica Zubak and Clippers agree to a three-year, $33 million deal, per Woj.
- The Nets acquired Royce O’Neill from the Jazz in the first round, in the sun.
When is the 2022 NBA Free Agency date?
The free agency suspension begins Thursday, June 30 at 6 p.m. ET. Contracts cannot become official until July 6.