Entering the second week of free agency, most of the big names are off the board, including LeBron James signing his four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.
Chris Paul, Paul George and DeMarcus Cousins have also agreed to deals, but one superstar's status this summer is still unresolved.
Kawhi Leonard reportedly wants out of San Antonio, leaving his next destination the biggest remaining question of the free agency period. Meanwhile, the Spurs will have a new look with Tony Parker agreeing to terms with the Hornets and Kyle Anderson heading to Memphis.
Friday is the deadline for teams to withdraw qualifying offers to restricted free agents.
Here are the latest news and rumors from around the league.
• James Ennis agreed to a two-year deal with the Rockets with a player option for the second season. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• General manager Danny Ainge said the Celtics' "top priority" for free agency is restricted free agent Marcus Smart. (Brian Robb, Boston Sports Journal)
• Jarred Vanderbilt, the No. 41 pick in the 2018 draft, signed a contract with the Nuggets reportedly worth $4 million over three years. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• The Minnesota Timberwolves and Karl–Anthony Towns are discussing a possible rookie scale extension. Towns has two years remaining on his current contract. (Michael Scotto, Jon Krawczynski, Bleacher Report)
• Marcus Smart has met with four teams this week Las Vegas.. The Boston Celtics have already extended a $6.1 million qualifying offer to the restricted free agent. (Boston Globe)
• The Miami have been trying to deal center Hassan Whiteside and guard Tyler Johnson, but have not found a trade partner. (Barry Jackson, Miami Herald)
The Knicks haven't ruled out a contract extension for Kristaps Porzingis before the start of next season. (Marc Berman, New York Post)
• Restricted free agent Davis Bertans has a agreed to a two-year, $14.5 million deal to re-sign with the Spurs. (Shams Charania, Yahoo Sports)
• Oklahoma City is working on potential deals that would involve Carmelo Anthony getting traded and then having his nearly $28 million contract waived so he could become a free agent. Anthony has already agreed to waive his no-trade clause to make a deal work. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)
• The Thunder granted Carmelo Anthony permission to meet with potential teams and he met with the Rockets and Heat in Las Vegas in recent days. (Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN.com)