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2014 NBA Free Agency and Trade Tracker

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Vincent Frank
Written by Vincent Frank

NBA free agency promises to be rather exciting this year. There are a ton of All-Stars and youngsters potentially changing addresses this summer. It’s going to be a fast-paced, all-out war between some of the top teams in the NBA. Meanwhile, there will be rumors about “super teams” being formed, where LeBron James might end up and how the Miami Heat are going to spend their $50 million in cap room. 

Here at Sportsnaut, our goal is to provide you with updates on all the action as it happens. Check back here frequently for information on where the top free agents land. We will also be providing top-notch and unfiltered takes on the news of the day throughout the summer.

Rank Player Pos 2013-2014 Team 2014-2015 Team
1 LeBron James SF Miami Heat Cleveland Cavaliers
2 Carmelo Anthony SF New York Knicks New York Knicks
3 Dirk Nowitzki PF Dallas Mavericks Dallas Mavericks
4 Eric Bledsoe PG Phoenix Suns
5 Tim Duncan PF San Antonio Spurs San Antonio Spurs
6 Greg Monroe PF/C Detroit Pistons
7 Dwyane Wade SG Miami Heat Miami Heat
8 Kyle Lowry PG Toronto Raptors Toronto Raptors
9 Pau Gasol PF/C Los Angeles Lakers Chicago Bulls
10 Chris Bosh PF/C Miami Heat Miami Heat
11 Chandler Parsons SF Houston Rockets  Dallas Mavericks
12 Gordon Hayward SF Utah Jazz Utah Jazz
13 Isaiah Thomas PG Sacramento Kings Phoenix Suns
14 Lance Stephenson SG Indiana Pacers Charlotte Hornets
15 Rudy Gay SF Sacramento Kings Sacramento Kings
16 Marcin Gortat C Washington Wizards Washington Wizards
17 Luol Deng SF Cleveland Cavaliers Miami Heat
18 Jordan Hill PF Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles Lakers
19 Channing Frye PF Phoenix Suns Orlando Magic
20 Trevor Ariza SG/SF Washington Wizards Houston Rockets
21 Paul Pierce SF Brooklyn Nets Washington Wizards
22 Vince Carter SG Dallas Mavericks Memphis Grizzlies
23 Spencer Hawes C Cleveland Cavaliers Los Angeles Clippers
24 Darren Collison PG Los Angeles Clippers Sacramento Kings
25 Evan Turner SF Indiana Pacers  Boston Celtics

 

* Los Angeles Lakers win amnesty waiver on Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer.

 

Trades

Cavaliers Get Jazz Get
John Lucas Carrick Felix
Malcolm Thomas Cash
Erik Murphy Future Second-Round Pick

*All three of the players Cleveland acquired have non-guaranteed deals.

 

Wizards Get Mavericks Get
DeJuan Blair Unspecified

 

Bulls Get Mavericks Get
Tadija Dragicevic Greg Smith

 

Hawks Get Thunder Get
Thabo Sefolosha Giorgos Printezis
Giorgos Printezis Trade Exception
Cash Considerations

 

Magic Get Bulls Get
Anthony Randolph Milovan Raković
Cash
Two Second-Round Picks

* Magic will waive Randolph

 

Pelicans Get Rockets Get Wizards Get
Omer Asik Trevor Ariza Trade exception (from Hou)
Omri Casspi Alonzo Gee Melvin Ely
Scotty Hopson
2015 First-Round Pick (from NO)

 

Suns Get Kings Get
Isaiah Thomas (sign and trade) Alex Oriakhi

 

Lakers Get Rockets Get
Jeremy Lin Cash
2015 First and Second-Round Picks Sergei Lishchuk

 

Nets Get Celtics Get Cavaliers Get
Jarrett Jack Marcus Thornton Ilkan Karaman
Sergey Karasev Tyler Zeller Christian Drejer
Future First-Round Pick (from CLE) Edin Bavcic
Future Second-Round Pick (from BOS)

 

Raptors Get Jazz Get
Diante Garrett Steve Novak
Second-Round Pick

 

Nets Get Bucks Get
2 Second-Round Picks Jason Kidd (Coach)

 

Hawks Get Raptors Get
John Salmons Lucas Nogueira
Lou Williams

 

Nuggets Get Bulls Get
Jusuf Nurkic (First Round Pick) Anthony Randolph
Gary Harris (First Round Pick) Doug McDermott (First-Round Pick)
Second-Round Pick

 

Nuggets Get Magic Get
Arron Afflalo Evan Fournier
Roy Devyn Marble (Second-Round Pick)

 

Mavericks Get Knicks Get
Tyson Chandler Wayne Ellington
Raymond Felton Sam Dalembert
Jose Calderon
Shane Larkin
Cleanthony Early (Second-Round Pick)
Thanasis Antetokounmpo (Second-Round Pick)

 

About the author

Vincent Frank

Vincent Frank

Editor-at-large, Sportsnaut.

“You were born with wings, why prefer to crawl through life?” Rumi