To keep up with every deal this offseason, here’s HoopsHabit’s 2017 NBA free agency tracker, complete with grades and commentary for each contract.
Now that the initial flurry of rumors, trades and early agreements in free agency have died down, it’s time to take a deep breath and catch up on who’s going where with HoopsHabit’s 2017 NBA free agency tracker.
With the NBA moratorium period set to expire in just a few hours, it won’t be long before free agents can officially sign with their new teams to the agreed upon deals that have been trickling through NBA Twitter feeds since July 1.
Barring a DeAndre Jordan-being-locked-in-a-house kind of situation, it’s time to take a look back on every single reported deal so far, including grades and some quick commentary for each eventual signing.
We’ll be updating this 2017 NBA free agency tracker with live updates and grades for each new signing, but which deals have been the best and the worst so far?
From Gordon Hayward and Blake Griffin to Daniel Theis and everyone in between, here’s a look at grades for every individual reported deal (in order) since the start of free agency.