NBA Free Agency 2019 Tracker: Where did the top free agents sign?
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By FanSided Staff

This offseason could change the landscape of the NBA. Find out where the biggest names signed in our free agency tracker.

Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are headed to the Brooklyn Nets. It didn’t take long for the biggest news of the night to break. Durant and Irving will reportedly both agree to four-year deals with Brooklyn.

Terry Rozier will join the Charlotte Hornets. The Celtics, Hornets and Nets have engaged in a menage-point-guard. Irving, Boston’s starter from last season, will head to Brooklyn. Rozier, Boston’s back-up last season, will head to Charlotte to replace Kemba Walker, who will join the Celtics. The mechanics of Rozier heading to Charlotte will involve a sign-and-trade which could help the Celtics create some additional assets.

Khris Middleton will stay with the Milwaukee Bucks. Middleton blossomed into an elite two-way player next to Giannis Antetokounmpo and was rewarded with a five-year, $178 million deal that will keep Milwaukee’s core together.

J.J. Redick will join the New Orleans Pelicans. After helping elevate Philadelphia’s young core, Redick, one of the best shooters on the market, will reportedly join the Pelicans on a two-year, $26.5 million...

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