Signed Jose Calderon (4 years, $29 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

When they couldn’t get either Dwight Howard or Chris Paul in free agency, the Mavericks settled with the 32 year-old Point Guard who played for both the Raptors and Pistons last year.

Calderon has averaged 10.1 points, 7.2 assists, and a miniscule 1.7 turnovers per game over 8 seasons. He also very quietly led the NBA in 3-Point Field Goal Percentage by draining 46.1% of them.

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Signed Earl Clark (2 years, $9 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

The Cavaliers made a reasonable investment with the signing of the former Laker. Clark is coming off a solid season where he averaged career-highs in both points (7.3) and rebounds (5.5) while backing up Pao Gasol at Power Forward. However, since the Cavs drafted Power Forward Anthony Bennett with the #1 Overall pick in this year’s lottery, Clark will likely be getting most of his minutes at Small Forward.

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Signed Jarrett Jack (4 years, $25 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

The Cavaliers finally made a substantial move in the offseason by signing the former Golden State Warrior.

Jack was one of the leading candidates for 6th Man of the Year last season, when he averaged 12.9 points and 5.6 assists in just 29.7 minutes per game. He is likely to come off the bench again for the Cavs, backing up Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters.

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Signed Paul Millsap (2 years, $19 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

A good move by the Hawks, as they needed a Power Forward to fill in for the departing Josh Smith.

Millsap averaged 14.6 points and 7.1 rebounds next to Al Jefferson in Utah last year, so you can expect that he will be similarly productive with Al Horford this year.

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Signed Coach Larry Drew (3 years) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

After 3 seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, Drew will be moving to Milwaukee.

Drew had a tough few years in Atlanta, but he persevered and made the playoff in all 3 seasons that he coached there. The job he did this past season is a true testament to the kind of coach he is. He knew that he would lose his job after the season, as the new GM wanted to start the team fresh. He lost Joe Johnson to a trade before the season began. He lost Lou Williams and Zaza Pachulia during the season due to injuries. But he still led the Hawks to a 44-38 record and a trip to the playoffs.

He finished his time in Atlanta with a 128-102 record.

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Signed Zaza Pachulia (3 years, $16 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

The Bucks are bringing back another former player with this veteran Center who played for them during the 2004-2005 season.

Pachulia missed the end of last season with the Hawks due to surgery on his right Achilles. He averaged 5.9 points and 6.5 rebounds in 52 games last year.

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Signed Carlos Delfino (2 years, $6.5 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

The Argentinian is back in Brew City where he played from 2009 to 2012. He was waived after one season by the Rockets on June 30th so they had enough cap space to sign Dwight Howard, which proved to be successful.

The Bucks scooped him up for a 2 year deal, with a team option for a 3rd year that could potentially increase the contract value to over $9 million total.

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Signed Josh Smith (4 years, $56 million) Free Agent Signings by 2013 NBA Off-Season

The former Hawks star is off to join the frontcourt of Greg Monroe and Andre Drummond. With this addition, as well as the hiring of new coach Maurice Cheeks, the Pistons hope to make it back to the playoffs for the first time in 4 years.

Smith averaged 17.5 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 3.8 assists last year as he led the Atlanta Hawks to the playoffs.

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Tyreke Evans to the New Orleans Pelicans Rumor Mill by 2013 NBA Off-Season

Evans has never really been a great fit in Sacramento since he won Rookie of the Year in 2010. This may be due to the uncertainty around whether he should be a Point Guard or a Shooting Guard.

Either way, the Pelicans seem to be close to offering Evans a deal there, where he would join Eric Gordon, Anthony Davis, and recently acquired Jrue Holiday.

RUMORED CONFIRMED!

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Gerald Wallace Trade Tracker by 2013 NBA Off-Season

Wallace is taking his talents, and dreadlocks, to Boston. He is set to make $30.3 million over the next 3 years, much more than he’s worth, so expect the Celtics to try to get him off their salary through a trade.

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