Free agency officially started just days ago, but the news hasn't stopped.
Unrestricted free agents could agree to deals starting Sunday, but they can't officially sign contracts until 12 p.m. on Friday.
While most of the big names such as LeBron James, Chris Paul, Paul George and DeMarcus Cousins have agreed to sign deals, the Spurs' Kawhi Leonard is still being asked about. The San Antonio star reportedly wants out, leaving his next destination the biggest remaining question.
There's a July 13 deadline for teams to withdraw qualifying offers to restricted free agents.
Here are the latest news and rumors from around the league.
• Restricted free agent Jusuf Nurkic agreed to a four-year, $48 million deal with a partial guarantee in the fourth year to stay with the Trail Blazers. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• The Bulls plan to match the Kings' four-year, $78 million offer sheet for restricted free agent Zach LaVine to keep him in Chicago. The offer sheet has an exhibit to financially protect the team should LaVine suffer an injury to his surgically repaired left knee. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• Restricted free agent Kyle Anderson has signed a four-year, $37.2 million offer sheet with the Grizzlies that includes a 15% trade kicker. The Spurs have 48 hours to match. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• Restricted free agent Zach LaVine agreed to a four-year, $80 million offer sheet with the Kings, so the Bulls have 48 hours to match the offer or lose LaVine to Sacramento. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports) (Marc Spears of The Undefeated reports the deal is for $78 million)
• The Nets finalized the buyout of Dwight Howard so he can sign a two-year, $11 million deal with the Wizards that features a player option. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• The Mavericks released guard Kyle Collinsworth. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Ian Clark has agreed to return to the Pelicans on a one-year. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• The Thunder are working to part ways with Carmelo Anthony through either trade or using the stretch provision. If they use the stretch provision, they would save $107 million in payroll for next season because it would also cut the $90 million luxury tax hit Oklahoma City is facing for Anthony's $27.9 million salary. The Rockets, Heat and Lakers are interested in getting Anthony. (Adrian Wojnarowski and Royce Young, ESPN.com)
• All NBA transactions can now be officially done.
• Kyle O'Quinn had agreed to a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the Pacers. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Guard Ryan Broekhoff agreed to a two-year deal with Dallas. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Kawhi Leonard's people hid him from Spurs staff during his injury rehab in New York. The relationship between the two groups is one of the reasons Leonard wants to leave. (Michael C. Wright, ESPN)
• The Suns have agreed to a two-way contract with guard George King, the No. 59 pick in the 2018 draft out of Colorado. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• Guard Isaiah Briscoe has agreed to a deal with the Magic after playing a season in Estonia. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• The Pistons have hired former Nets executive Gregg Polinsky as their new director of player personnel. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• The Philadelphia 76ers are signing forward Nemanja Bjelica to the room mid-level exception. (Jake Fischer, SI.com)
• The Dallas Mavericks have agreed to a two-year contract with guard Ryan Broekhoff after playing in Europe for multiple years. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Kyle O'Quinn has signed a one-year, $4.5M deal with the Pacers after playing three seasons with the Knicks. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• The Trail Blazers have signed Duke's Gary Trent Jr., the No. 37 pick in the 2018 draft to a three-year rookie contract. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Dwight Howard is finalizing a buyout with the Nets, and will sign a one-year, $5.3M deal with the Washington Wizards, once he clears wavers. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• The New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to a one-year contract to bring back guard Ian Clark. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Tony Parker has signed a two-year, $10M deal with the Hornets after playing 17 seasons with the Spurs. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)