Here's a complete list of notable deals from the second day of free agency.
Boston inked Kemba Walker, a three-time All-Star, to a four-year, $141 million max contract last weekend.
The Heat “love” Beal, according to the Miami Herald, however, he said Washington has told him he won’t be traded.
Kevon Looney proved to be a dependable defender for the Warriors last season.
"My recovery from surgery has been smooth and I expect to be fully cleared for basketball activities in early August," Gasol said.
Jordan Bell has agreed to a guaranteed deal with the Timberwolves, his agents told Yahoo Sports on Monday.
The Warriors “hope to trade Russell in a deal at some point next season for future assets,” according to the Mercury News.
The Golden State Warriors reportedly offered Klay Thompson a five-year max deal and the shooting guard said staying was "never a doubt".
Washington reportedly sent guard Tomas Satoransky to the Bulls in a sign-and-trade Monday.
The Bucks may have gotten a bargain on Matthews, as several contenders were reportedly interested in acquiring him this summer.