Ahead of the NBA's restart later this month at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida, there has been a series of transactions made by teams to shore up their roster for remaining seeding games and the postseason.
Teams with available spots were granted the ability to sign players to fully-guaranteed deals to complete their respective rosters up to 17 players. Additionally, teams are able to sign players to substitute contracts if a member of their roster cannot participate in the NBA restart due to coronavirus concerns or a positive coronavirus test.
Who has signed where? Below, find a list of players that have signed to play when the season restarts later this month along with the latest reports surrounding the transaction.
|Jaylen Adams||G||24||Portland Trail Blazers||OFFICIAL|
|Justin Anderson||G||26||Brooklyn Nets||Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN|
|Michael Beasley||F||31||Brooklyn Nets||OFFICIAL|
|Corey Brewer||F||34||Sacramento Kings||OFFICIAL|
|Ryan Broekhoff||F||29||Philadelphia 76ers||OFFICIAL|
|Trey Burke||G||27||Dallas Mavericks||OFFICIAL|
|Tyler Cook||F||22||Denver Nuggets||OFFICIAL|
|Jamal Crawford||G||40||Brooklyn Nets||OFFICIAL|
|Jerian Grant||G||27||Washington Wizards||OFFICIAL|
|Devon Hall||G||25||Oklahoma City Thunder||OFFICIAL|
|Donta Hall||F||22||Brooklyn Nets||Marc Stein, New York Times|
|Tyler Johnson||G||28||Brooklyn Nets||OFFICIAL|
|Luc Mbah a Moute||F||33||Houston Rockets||OFFICIAL|
|Joakim Noah||C||35||LA Clippers||OFFICIAL|
|David Nwaba||F||27||Houston Rockets||OFFICIAL|
|Cameron Payne||G||25||Phoenix Suns||OFFICIAL|
|J.R. Smith||G||34||Los Angeles Lakers||OFFICIAL|
|Sindarius Thornwell||G||25||New Orleans Pelicans||OFFICIAL|
|Anthony Tolliver||F||34||Memphis Grizzlies||OFFICIAL|
|Tyler Zeller||C||30||San Antonio Spurs||OFFICIAL|