Sunday July 26th, 2015

Need help following the NBA's frantic free agency period? has you covered with all of the latest news and rumors.

Free agency began at the start of July with a negotiating period for players, teams and agents. On July 9, the moratorium was lifted, allowing players and teams to officially sign deals they had verbally agreed to the week before. The salary cap for the 2015-2016 NBA season has been set at an all-time high of $70 million, an 11% increase over last season. The luxury tax level has been set at $84.74 million. 

You can follow every move in NBA free agency with our free-agent tracker, along with our analysis and grades from our NBA experts. Below, you'll also find the latest rumors and rumblings from around the league.

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Free Agent Signings:

July 25

• Pacers sign Glenn Robinson III to three-year deal

July 24

• Blazers sign Cliff Alexander, Phil Pressey

​Cavaliers trade Rakeem Christmas to Pacers 

July 22

• Clippers agree to deal with point guard Pablo Prigioni
• Spurs finalizing deal with free agent guard Jimmer Fredette

July 21

• Seth Curry agrees to two-year deal with Kings
• Kendrick Perkins agrees to one-year deal with Pelicans
• Tyler Hansbrough agrees to deal with Hornets​

July 20

• K.J. McDaniels agree to three-year, $10 million deal
• Kings void Luc Mbah a Moute deal after failed physical
• J.J. Barea signs four-year, $16 million deal with Mavericks

July 19

• Nuggets trade Ty Lawson to Rockets for four players


• Newly-acquired Hornets small forward Nicolas Batum has interest in playing in Toronto, reports Grantland's Zach Lowe.

• The Hornets have been open to trading power forward Cody Zeller, Lowe also reports.

• The Knicks are interested in signing free-agent power forward Carlos Boozer, according to Bleacher Report's Kelly Scaletta.

• The Spurs have agreed to a camp deal with 7-foot St. Bonaventure product Youssou Ndoye, reports Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski. The plan is reportedly for him to spend next season with the team's D-League affiliate Austin Toros.

• Free-agent forwards Jamil Wilson and Brandon Ashley have agreed to partially guaranteed deals with the Mavericks, reports RealGM's Shams Charania.

• Free-agent guard Wesley Saunders has agreed to a partially guaranteed contract with the Knicks, Charania reports.

• Free-agent forward James Jones has agreed to a one-year deal to return to the Cavaliersreports Chris Haynes of Northeast Ohio Media Group. Jones returns for the veteran's minimum salary.

Lakers forward Nick Young feels comfortable that he will be on Los Angeles' roster to start the season after meeting with general manager Mitch Kupchak,reports Mark Medina of The L.A. Daily News. Young has three years left on his contract and the Lakers reportedly wanted to trade him earlier in the off-season, but didn't find much of a market.

• Free-agent forward Maurice Ndour signed with the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday, the Mavs announced.

• Chris Copeland has agreed to a one-year contract with the Bucksreports Jared Zwerling of Bleacher Report. reports that the deal is worth $1.1 million.

• The Clippers still have “high interest” in re-signing Glen Davis, however a deal is not close, according to Brad Turner of The Los Angeles Times. Turner adds that the Bucks also have interest in Davis. 

• Bradley Beal and the Wizards are still talking about an extension, but are “not close to reaching terms just yet,” reports CSN Washington.

• Heat forward Udonis Haslem told The Palm Beach Post he believes he can play three or four more seasons. The 35-year-old added he feels “pretty durable.”

• The Cavaliers and Richard Jefferson are nearing an agreement that would bring the veteran wing player to the defending Eastern Conference champions, reports ESPN. Jefferson originally planned to re-sign with the Mavericks, but talked to owner Mark Cuban after DeAndre Jordan decided to return to the Clippers and felt Cleveland was a better fit. 

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