Free agency scoreboard

Find out who is headed where going into July 16, the day teams can begin signing free agents.

Originally Published: August 19, 2003
ESPN.com

Free-agent signings began July 16. Who's headed where? Find out below.

SIGNED AS FREE AGENT

Boston Celtics
Mark Blount re-signed to a multiyear contract.
Walter McCarty re-signed to a multiyear contract.



Chicago Bulls
Corie Blount to re-sign for a reported two years and $3.4 million.
Scottie Pippen from Portland for two years and $10 million.



Cleveland Cavaliers
Ira Newble from Atlanta for half of team's $4.9 million exception.
Kevin Ollie from Seattle for five years and $15 million.



Denver Nuggets
Earl Boykins from Golden State for five years and $13.7 million.
Andre Miller from L.A. Clippers for six years and $51 million.



Detroit Pistons
Elden Campbell from Seattle for two years and about $8.4 million.
Richard Hamilton re-signed for seven years and $62 million.



Golden State Warriors
Speedy Claxton from San Antonio for three years and about $10 million.



Houston Rockets
Adrian Griffin from Dallas for two years and a reported $1.5 million.
Eric Piatkowski from L.A. Clippers for three years and $8 million.



Indiana Pacers
Anthony Johnson from New Jersey for undisclosed terms.
Jermaine O'Neal re-signed for seven years and $120 million.



Los Angeles Clippers
Elton Brand re-signed for six years and $82.2 million.
Corey Maggette re-signed for six years and $42 million.
Olden Polynice signed for one year.



Los Angeles Lakers
Horace Grant from Orlando for undisclosed terms.
Karl Malone from Utah for two years and $3 million.
Gary Payton from Milwaukee for the mid-level exception of $4.9 million.



Memphis Grizzlies
James Posey from Houston for a reported four years and $23 million.


Miami Heat
Lamar Odom from L.A. Clippers for six years and almost $67 million.
Samaki Walker from L.A. Lakers for one year.




Milwaukee Bucks
Damon Jones from Sacramento for undisclosed terms.
Daniel Santiago from Lottomatica Roma for undisclosed terms.
Brian Skinner from Philadelphia for three years and $5 million.
Erick Strickland from Indiana for two years and $3.1 million.



Minnesota Timberwolves
Fred Hoiberg from Chicago for one year.
Mark Madsen from L.A. Lakers for undisclosed terms.
Michael Olowokandi from L.A. Clippers for three years and $16.2 million.



New Jersey Nets
Jason Kidd re-signed for six years and $103 million.
Alonzo Mourning from Miami for four years and $22 million.



New Orleans Hornets
Darrell Armstrong for a reported two years and $6 million.
P.J. Brown re-signed for four years and $34 million.
Sean Rooks from L.A. Clippers for one year.



Orlando Magic
Andrew DeClercq re-signed for a reported two years and $5 million.
Juwan Howard from Denver for five years and at least $28 million.
Tyronn Lue from Washington for two years and $3 million.



Philadelphia 76ers
Derrick Coleman re-signed for two years and $10-12 million.
Kenny Thomas re-signed for seven years and over $40 million.


Phoenix Suns
Jake Voskuhl re-signed for three years and $5 million.
Scott Williams re-signed for a reported one year and $1 million.


Sacramento Kings
Anthony Peeler from Milwaukee for one year.


San Antonio Spurs
Anthony Carter from Miami for two years and $1.5 million.
Tim Duncan re-signed for seven years and $122 million.
Robert Horry from L.A. Lakers for two years and $9.5 million.
Rasho Nesterovic from Minnesota for six years and $45 million.
Kevin Willis re-signed for undisclosed terms.



Seattle SuperSonics
Antonio Daniels from Portland to a multiyear contract.



Washington Wizards
Gilbert Arenas from Golden State for six years and $65 million.


AGREED TO TERMS

New Jersey Nets
Lucious Harris to re-sign for a reported two years and $5 million.


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