Jokic’s $382 million payday as Ingles gets new home, Knicks takes big step in NBA free agency frenzy

The NBA Free Agency period has started with a bang, with a myriad of huge deals being done during opening hours.

And Aussie Joe Ingles was part of the action, landing a new team in a move that was sensationally announced on social media.

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INGLES LANDS NEW TEAM

Australian marksman Joe Ingles has joined the Milwaukee Bucks, as revealed by his superstar wife Renae Ingles in a social media post.

Ingles left the Utah Jazz heartbreakingly after sustaining an ACL injury that ended a long and successful stint there, but will now team up with superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo in Milwaukee.

Ingles, 34, averaged 7.2 points, 3.5 assists and 2.6 rebounds last year.

According to Yahoo Sports, the deal is valued at $6.5 million.

Fellow Aussie Patty Mills signed a $14.5 million USD two-year deal to remain with the Nets, ESPN reports. he initially chose to become a free agent before signing the new deal.

KNICKS GET SUPERSTAR POINT GUARD

The New York Knicks have a point guard after ten years of soreness at the position.

Mavericks star Jalen Brunson has reportedly signed a deal worth a whopping $110 million USD over four years — far more than Dallas was willing to pay to keep him — while the Knicks have had to ditch a large number of veterans to make room. to create in their salary ceiling to the star.

Kemba Walker, Alec Burks and Nerlens Noel have each been ousted by Brooklyn, abandoning the number 11 overall design pick.

Brunson, 25, had a career best year in points (16.3), assists (4.8), rebounds (3.9) and minutes (31.9). He led the Mavericks to the Western Conference Finals by posting 21.6 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists in the playoffs, and rose in the first round in the absence of Luka Doncic.

SIXERS MAKE MOVEMENTS

Rockets guard Trevelin Queen has joined the 76ers on a $3.3 million two-year contract, according to Yahoo Sports.

Philly has also signed 29-year-old Daniel House from the Knicks on a two-year contract.

The Athletic reports that 37-year veteran PJ Tucker will join the 76ers on a $33.2 million three-year deal from the Heat.

The Heat are keeping Victor Oladipo on a one-year deal, giving him another chance after an injured season in which he appeared just eight times.

The Sixers also hope to tie James Harden with a discount deal, with ESPN reporting a meeting between the two sides will be held this weekend.

JOKIC LANDS RECORD DEAL

In one of the first deals of the free agency period, Nikola Jokic made history.

The two-time NBA MVP signed a $264 million five-year deal with the Denver Nuggets according to The Athletic.

It is the richest deal in NBA history. The 27-year-old player averaged his career last season with 27.1 points and 13.8 rebounds per game.

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EVERY DEAL

Lu Dort and Thunder agree to $87.5 million five-year deal via ESPN

Nic Claxton, Nets agree to $20 million two-year deal via ESPN

Jusuf Nurkic and Trail Blazers agree to $80 million four-year deal via Yahoo

Lonnie Walker IV, Lakers agree to $6.5 year contract via The Athletic

Marvin Bagley III, Pistons agree to $37 million three-year deal via Yahoo

Patty Mills, Nets Agree to $14.5 Million Two-Year Deal Via ESPN

Jae’Sean Tate, Rockets agree to $22 million three-year deal, via The Athletic

Troy Brown and Lakers agree to deal via The Athletic

Nic Batum and Clipvias agree to a two-year deal via ESPN

Thad Young, Raptors Agree to $16 Million Two-Year Deal Over Yahoo

Tyus Jones and Grizzlies Agree to $30 Million Two-Year Deal, Via ESPN

Chris Boucher, Raptors agree to $35 million three-year deal via ESPN.

Joe Ingles, Bucks, agrees to $6.5 million annual contract via Yahoo

Davon Reed, Nuggets agree to a two-year deal, via Denver Post

Dewayne Dedmon, Heat agree to two years, $9 million, via The Athletic

Wes Matthews and Bucks agree to deal via Yahoo

Trevelin Queen, 76ers agree to deal, via ESPN

Anfernee Simons, Trail Blazers Agree to $100 Million Four-Year Deal, Via ESPN

Mohamed Bamba and Magic agree to $21 million two-year deal via Yahoo

Devin Booker, Suns agree to $214 million four-year deal via The Athletic

Daniel House, 76ers agree to $8.5 million two-year deal via ESPN

Nikola Jokic and Nuggets agree to a $264 million five-year deal via The Athletic

Bobby Portis, Bucks agree to a $49 million four-year deal via ESPN.

Amir Coffey and Clipvias agree to $11 million three-year deal via ESPN

Damian Jones and Lakers agree to two-year deal via ESPN

Javon Carter and Bucks agree to two-year deal via The Athletic

Bradley Beal, Wizards agree to $551 million five-year deal, via ESPN

DeAndre Jordan, Nuggets agree to deal, via The Athletic

Isaiah Hartenstein, New York Knicks agree to $16 million two-year deal, via The Athletic

Victor Oladipo, Heat agree to $11 million annual contract through ESPN.

PJ Tucker, 76ers agree to $33 million three-year deal, via The Athletic

Malik Monk, Kings agree to $19 million two-year deal via The Athletic

Jalen Brunson, New York Knicks agree to four-year $110 million deal through The Athletic.

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