The Latest on Kyrie, Durant, Kawhi and the Rest of the 2019 NBA Free Agent Class

It looks like there is a new super-team in the Eastern Conference

June 30, 2019 6:05 pm
Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving
Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving signed with the Nets over the Knicks. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty)
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If the MLB offseason is a hot stove, the NBA version, at least in recent years, has been a microwave oven.

The NBA free agency window officially opened on Sunday at 6 p.m. EST, and plenty of marquee signings were ready for announcement the second it did.

While deals which are agreed to once free agency starts can’t officially be signed until noon on July 6, we already know where top free agents like Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, Kemba Walker and more are going to be signing after Independence Day.

But don’t take our word for it.

Below, you’ll find a list of where the members of this summer’s NBA free agent class will be balling in the 2019-20 season along with confirming commentary from NBA insiders like ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, The Athletic’s Shams Charania and Marc Stein of The New York Times.

Bear with us, as the list is a work in progress … (and it sure looks like a great summer for guys who have first names that start with the letter K).

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving – Brooklyn Nets

Kristaps Porzingis – Dallas Mavericks

Kawhi Leonard – TBD

Kemba Walker -Boston Celtics

Klay Thompson – Golden State Warriors

Khris Middleton – Milwaukee Bucks

D’Angelo Russell – Golden State Warriors

DeAndre Jordan – Brooklyn Nets

Malcolm Brogdon – Indiana Pacers

Julius Randle – New York Knicks

Nikola Vucevic – Orlando Magic

Tobias Harris – Philadelphia 76ers

Al Horford – Philadelphia 76ers

Jimmy Butler – Miami Heat

Terry Rozier – Charlotte Hornets

Harrison Barnes – Sacramento Kings

Jonas Valanciunas – Memphis Grizzlies

Derrick Rose – Detroit Pistons

JJ Redick – New Orleans Pelicans

Brook Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks

Dewayne Dedmon – Sacramento Kings

Trevor Ariza – Sacramento Kings

Terrence Ross – Orlando Magic

Rudy Gay – San Antonio Spurs

Al-Farouq Aminu – Orlando Magic

Gerald Green – Houston Rockets

Garrett Temple – Brooklyn Nets

Nicolo Melli – New Orleans Pelicans

Bojan Bogdanovic – Utah Jazz

Ricky Rubio – Phoenix Suns

Jeremy Lamb – Indiana Pacers

Dwight Powell – Dallas Mavericks

Thomas Bryant – Washington Wizards

Rodney Hood – Portland Trail Blazers

Nerlens Noel – Oklahoma City Thunder

George Hill – Milwaukee Bucks

Taj Gibson – New York Knicks

Derrick Favors – New Orleans Pelicans

Bobby Portis – New York Knicks

Patrick Beverley – Los Angeles Clippers

Robin Lopez – Milwaukee Bucks

Enes Kanter – Boston Celtics

Cash Money – TBD

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