NBA Free Agency 2022: The latest offers, news and breaking news

The NBA free agency will only start on June 30 at 6pm ET, but news has already arrived from around the union.

Much of the early news is coming from New York, where experts and fans are speculating on the future of the Brooklyn Net star defender due to Kyrie Irving’s contract status. (Irving has $ 36.5 million available for the 2022-2023 season.)

Elsewhere in the NBA, next season’s player-selected superstars include James Harden ($ 47.4 million), Bradley Beal ($ 36.4 million) and Russell Westbrook ($ 47.1 million).

And which free agents will switch teams this summer? Some of the biggest names are Zach LaVine, Jalen Brunson and Deandre Ayton, who can all give a big boost to a new franchise if they choose a landscape.

Many young stars are also entitled to newcomer contract extensions. While Memphis Grizzlies and Ja Morant are absolutely certain to agree on a maximum deal, what’s the future for New Orleans Pelicans and Zion Williamson, who have played in just 85 games and missed everything in their first three seasons due to injury. 2021-22 foot fracture?

Keep it here out of season to get the latest news, updates and reports on the NBA free agency.

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June 21 updates

17:01 ET: Houston Rockets player John Wall has exercised his $ 47.4 million player option for the 2022-2023 season, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Sources told Wojnarowski that the Rockets will continue to seek to replace the 31-year-old guard, but if no swap agreement is found, both sides will have to work to buy the deal. Wall scored an average of 20.6 points in 40 games for the Rockets between 2020 and 2021 and scored 6.9 rebounds before closing.

12:55 ET: LA Clipper striker Nicolas Batum is giving up his $ 3.3 million player selection and will become a free agent, sources told Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Sources said mutual interest is expected in concluding a new agreement in July. Batum started 54 of 59 games, averaging 8.3 points and 4.3 rebounds in the second season of the Clipper.

June 19 update

11:43 ET: Denver Nuggets striker Jeff Green has exercised his $ 4.5 million player option for the 2022-2023 season, sources told TimN’s Tim Bontemps. According to ESPN’s Bobby Marks, Green had until Monday to decide whether to accept the deal. Green, who turns 36 in August, scored an average of 10.3 points in 75 games (63 starts) for Denver last season, the 11th team in his 14-year NBA career.

June 18 update

8:30 PM ET: Golden State Warriors swingman Andrew Wiggins, who is heading to the final season of the 2017 $ 147 million newcomer extension with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2017, told reporters on Saturday that he “would like to stay” in the Golden State.

Third-year defender Jordan Pool, who is nearing the final year of his newcomer contract, has until October 17 to negotiate a new deal with the reigning NBA champion.

Gary Payton II, Andre Iguodala, Kevon Looney, Otto Porter Jr., Nemanja Bjelica, Damion Lee and Chris Chiozza are also unrestricted free agents. Juan Toscano-Anderson and Quinndary Weatherspoon are limited free agents.

June 15 update

21:39 ET: The Dallas Mavericks acquired the center from the Rockets in return for Christian Wood’s 26th choice in the 2022 NBA draft, and Boban Marjanovic, Marquese Chris, Trey Burke and Sterling Brown, four players whose contracts are coming to an end. Wood will earn $ 14.3 million in the 2022-23 season, the last year of his contract. Wood scored an average of 19.1 points in Houston over the two seasons and took 9.9 rebounds.

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