Zach Lowe breaks down how teams have done in free agency so far, from the obvious winners (Spurs) and losers (Trail Blazers, Clippers) to those who got left out in the cold (Lakers, Knicks, Kings, among others).
Louis Williams has agreed to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers and that deal could be finalized on Thursday. Even though Williams won the 2014-15 Sixth-Man of the Year award, the Toronto Raptors are apparently happy to see him move on to another team.
Cory Joseph, Raptors agree to deal
The point guard and the Raptors have agreed to a 4-year deal worth $30M, according to Chris Broussard. Joseph is leaving the Spurs, where he backed up Tony Parker for the first four years of his career.
The Toronto Raptors have reached agreement on a four-year, $30 million deal with guard Cory Joseph, league sources told ESPN.
Lakers, Lou Williams agree to contract
ESPN's Brian Windhorst breaks down the Lakers' addition of Lou Williams and how the money works with adding Roy Hibbert as well.
The Toronto Raptors have reportedly agreed to a two-year deal with free-agent center Bismack Biyombo. The addition gives the Raptors a much-needed shot blocker off the bench.
The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to a contract with free-agent guard and reigning Sixth Man of the Year Lou Williams, sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
Even if they miss out on LaMarcus Aldridge, the Toronto Raptors still have the cash to make a big move this offseason.
LaMarcus Aldridge currently has no plans to make out-of-town visits and, at this stage, plans to take "a couple of days" to digest all the pitches he's received.
Sources: Aldridge digesting team pitches
LaMarcus Aldridge currently has no plans to make out-of-town visits and, at this stage, plans to take "a couple of days" to digest all the pitches he's received after meeting with seven teams: He met with the Lakers twice, and the Spurs, Suns, Mavs, Rockets, Raptors and Heat. (via ESPN's Marc Stein)
After reportedly agreeing to sign with the Celtics, Amir Johnson thanked Toronto Raptors fans on Twitter.
Carroll worth big Raptors raise
Kevin Pelton says forward DeMarre Carroll is worth every cent of the four-year, $60 million free-agent deal that he signed with the Toronto Raptors. Pelton's first-day analysis (Insider)
Ed Davis is leaving Los Angeles for the Portland Trail Blazers. Now, like most of the rest of the league, he's waiting for LaMarcus Aldridge to make a decision and determine just how big Davis' r
The Toronto Raptors surprised many around the league on Wednesday as they agreed to a four-year, $60 million deal with with DeMarre Carroll. The Raptors desperately need someone with Carroll's skill-set, so adding him to the team was a must.
Less than 24 hours after meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge, the Lakers are "stunned" to hear that Aldridge was less than impressed by their presentation, a source told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.
The Boston Celtics have agreed to a two-year, $24 million contract with free-agent forward Amir Johnson, sources told ESPN.com.
DeMarre Carroll signs for 4 years, $60M
Chris Broussard: "Tons of teams were interested in DeMarre Carroll as kind of that second-tier free agent. So you wonder, well why so quickly to Toronto? When you see those numbers, you know why he went so quickly to the Raptors."
DeMarre Carroll, who blossomed in his two seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, agreed to a deal with the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday, he announced on Twitter.
The Toronto Raptors have a chance to land a top 2015 free agent this month and some who follow the team feel they need to add a key player now as they may not have the chance in 2016.
The 4-time All-Star is going to visit 7 teams as he seeks a free agent deal. Check out how his strengths align with the needs of his potential teams.
Luke Ridnour's head must be spinning after he was traded four times in a week. Here's a look at some other notable athletes who know all too well that sometimes it's better to rent than buy.