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2022 NBA Free Agency Prime

June 30th 2022 at 11:16am CST by Luke Adams

The NBA’s 2022 free agency period officially begins on Thursday at 5:00 pm central time. At that point, we can expect news of contract agreements to start pouring in, continuing well into the night.

By our count, a staggering 56 free agents agreed to deals on day one of free agency in 2021 — we’ll see if that number is matched later today.

Here are a few links to prepare for you one of the most exciting days on the NBA calendar:

  • Top 50 Free Agents Of 2022
    Bradley Beal, Zach LaVine, James Hardenand Deandre Ayton lead the way on our list of the summer’s best available players.
  • 2022 Free Agents By Position/Type
    2022 Free Agents By Team
    Want the full breakdown of players available this summer? Take your pick from these two lists.
  • Key Offseason Dates/Deadlines
    A breakdown of the important dates to watch beyond today.
  • Maximum Salary Projections For 2022/23
    Minimum Salary Projections For 2022/23

    Mid-Level, Bi-Annual Exception Projections For 2022/23
    Our projections are based on a salary cap of $123,655,000. We should find out in a matter of hours what the exact cap for 2022/23 will look like.
  • Player Option Decisions For 2022/23
    Team Option Decisions For 2022/23
    The deadline for these decisions was on Wednesday, so they’re all in now.
  • 2022 Qualifying Offer Recap
    We have the full list of which players are becoming restricted free agents.
  • 2022 Offseason Trades
    Fifteen trades have been officially completed so far this offseason, with six more agreed upon and many more to come.
  • Outstanding Trade Exceptions
    A number of teams have traded player exceptions available to take on salary without sending any salary back.
  • 2022 Offseason Preview Series
    We took a closer look at all 30 teams’ cap situations and key offseason decisions.
  • Hoops Rumors Glossary
    Need a refresher on how sign-and-trades work, what it means to have “Early Bird rights” on a player, or how a team becomes hard-capped? We explain all in our glossary.

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