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NBA free agency transactions by team

Published: Wednesday, July 10 2013 4:32 p.m. MDT

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Devin Harris (to Dallas)

Ivan Johnson (Restricted)

Dahntay Jones (U)

Kyle Korver (re-signed)

Zaza Pachulia (to Milwaukee)

Johan Petro (U)

Josh Smith (to Detroit)

Jeff Teague (R)

Anthony Tolliver (U)

The Hawks might as well be named "Jazz v2.0."

Former Jazzman Kyle Korver, one of the summer's most coveted free agents, is staying in Atlanta. The 3-point sharpshooter came to terms with the Hawks for a four-year, $24 million dollar deal.

Former Jazz man Devin Harris landed in Dallas following his one-year stint with the Hawks, another step that sees Atlanta completely rebuilding their roster, in part by taking on Paul Millsap and DeMarre Carroll. Millsap's deal is now official.

And now, Atlanta is apparently showing significant interest in Mo Williams, according to ESPN's Mark Stein.

The Pistons had some cash to burn and used it to sign Atlanta's free agent Josh Smith to a four-year, $54 million contract. The small forward scored a team-high 17.5 points last season. He also averaged 8.4 rebounds, 4.2 assists, 1.8 blocks and 1.2 steals.

With Josh Smith on his way out after wearing out his welcome, the Hawks may end up biting the dust in hopes of a high lottery pick while saving their cap space for next year's free agent crop.
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ApacheNaiche
PINETOP, AZ

I hope the Jazz know what they're doing.

Utah Valley Guy
Springville, UT

The Jazz clearly know what they're doing. They need to extend the contracts of Hayward and Favors this summer - and they have now done what they need to do to assure both that their best opportunity is with Utah. They have also created enormous flexibility for themselves, with two 1st round draft picks in the talent-heavy 2014 draft. While the young guys learn the ropes this year, if we make the playoffs - great start! If we don't, we could get Jabari Parker or another stud, and can be a big player in the talent-laden 2014 free agent market.

No lose scenarios all around, with a lot of flexibility and an eye to the future.

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