Gordon Hayward is finally headed to Charlotte Hornets after agreeing to a four-year deal, while Jae Crowder also moved to Phoenix Suns after a stellar season with NBA runner ups Miami Heat.
Carmelo Anthony will remain with the Portland Trailblazers after agreeing to a one-year contract extension, while Fred VanVleet also agreed to a new deal with the Toronto Raptors.
Los Angeles Lakers' championship roster was diminished further with veteran guards Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley moving to Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat, respectively.
LaMelo Ball is officially a Charlotte Hornets, which means that the fans are all excited to see an epic one-on-one basketball showdown between controversial father Lavar and six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan.
Oklahoma City Thunder continued with its offseason moves after trading away starting center Steven Adams in a four-time, five player trade on Friday (Saturday in the Philippines).
After sitting out the last two seasons due to ruptured Achilles tendon injury, veteran guard John Wall is requesting a trade out of the Washington Wizards.
Detroit Pistons was one of the busiest team at the start of the NBA free agency on Friday (Saturday in the Philippines) after snagging forward Jerami Grant and Josh Jackson.
Hours after Dwight Howard decided to sign with the Philadelphia 76ers, defending champions Los Angeles Lakers immediately found a replacement in former Los Angeles Clippers center Montrezl Harrell.