One name might have been on everybody’s lips but there has been plenty of movement.
The biggest fish to be caught in this season’s free agent market might already be gone, but there has been plenty of action in the NBA free agent market this off-season.
Dwight Howard and his move from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Houston Rockets has dominated headlines, however, other teams have made impressive moves to improve their sides.
Also who have been the big losers this free agency period, with several sides looking weaker across their roster or have missed golden opportunities.
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Ray Allen is returning on a one-year deal.
Tony Allen to stay with the side after signing a four-year deal.
New Orleans Pelicans
Al-Farouq Aminu is reported to be rejoining the side.
Tyreke Evans joins from Sacramento as part of a three team trade.
Trevor Ariza picks up his option with for 2013-2014.
San Antonio Spurs
Marco Belinelli joins from Chicago on a reported deal.
Manu Ginobili staying with the side for two more seasons.
Aaron Brooks waived by side.
Dwight Howard joins on a four-year deal.
Omri Casspi joins on a two-year deal.
Interested in signing free agent Andrew Bynum from Philadelphia.
Jose Calderon agrees on a four-year deal with the club.
Also interested in signing Andrew Bynum.
Los Angeles Clippers
Darren Collison joins on a two-year deal.
Chris Paul signals he is staying with the club after the signing of Doc Rivers as coach.
Secure J.J. Reddick in a sign-and-trade deal
Chris Copeland signs a two-year deal.
Golden State Warriors
Andre Iguodala joins after leaving the Denver Nuggets
Al Jefferson agrees to a new deal with the club.
Richard Jefferson traded to the club from the Warriors.
Los Angeles Lakers
Talking to Chris Kaman about a possible deal.
Bring back guard Kyle Korver despite intense interest from Clippers and Mavs.
Sign Paul Millsap from Utah on a two-year contract.
Carl Landry joins the club on a $26 million deal
Sign Kevin Martin from Oklahoma on a four-year deal
Sign shooting guard O.J Mayo from Dallas on a three-year deal.
New York Knicks
Re-sign Sixth-man-of-the year J.R. Smith for new deal.
Sign Josh Smith from Atlanta on a $56 million deal.