This year's NBA free agency period is heightened due to the blockbuster deals that preceded it. Chris Paul has moved on to the Rockets, Jimmy Butler is now with the Wolves and the list goes on and on. That said, there are still large chess pieces on the board, and we will grade each deal as players land new homes.
Stephen Curry:Warriors will sign Curry to five-year, $201 million max
Danilo Gallinari:Gallo is the forward Lob City never had
Paul George:Will Thunder trajectory satisfy George?
Blake Griffin:The All-Star got his own team without leaving L.A.
Kyle Lowry:Raptors make big bet on franchise core
Paul Millsap:Denver finally strikes free agency gold
Jose Calderon:This deal does nothing for Cavs
Michael Carter-Williams:MCW must prove his mettle
Omri Casspi:The rich get richer in Golden State
Darren Collison:Pacers fill glaring hole at PG
Cristiano Felicio:Deal feels a tad rich
Langston Galloway:Pistons make sneaky good move
Taj Gibson: Wolves add Taj Gibson to bolster defense
Tim Hardaway Jr.:Knicks make massive offer
George Hill:Kings, Hill agree to $57 million deal
Jrue Holiday: Pelicans pay hefty price to keep Holiday
Justin Holiday:Bulls finally make shrewd signing
Serge Ibaka: Raptors make ends meet with Ibaka deal
Andre Iguodala: Warriors answer the NBA summer's biggest question
Amir Johnson:Another big one-year 76ers deal
Shaun Livingston:Warriors forward picks winning
Ben McLemore:A lot to like about this Grizzlies deal
Jodie Meeks:Wizards land sharp-shooter on short deal
Patty Mills:Quick-trigger shooter right back in San Antonio
Patrick Patterson:Thunder load up in off-season
Zach Randolph:Kings inch closer to respectability
J.J. Redick:76ers land Redick on short, splashy deal
Tony Snell:Snell will justify this contract
Jeff Teague: Will the on-paper fit work in reality?
P.J. Tucker, Nene: Houston bolsters depth with key signings
David West:Warriors big returns for final season
Nick Young:Warriors take flier on Swaggy P