A look at players who became free agents July 1, with the free-agent signing period commencing July 11:
Atlanta Hawks: Jason Collins, Erick Dampier, Willie Green, Kirk Hinrich, Ivan Johnson (R), Tracy McGrady, Jannero Pargo, Vladimir Radmanovic, Jerry Stackhouse.
Boston Celtics:Ray Allen, Brandon Bass, Marquis Daniels, Keyon Dooling, Kevin Garnett (to re-sign with Celtics), Jeff Green, Ryan Hollins, Jermaine O'Neal, Sasha Pavlovic, Mickael Pietrus, Greg Stiemsma (R).
Brooklyn Nets: Sundiata Gaines, Gerald Green, Kris Humphries, Damion James, Armon Johnson, Brook Lopez (R), DeShawn Stevenson (to re-sign with Nets, be traded to Hawks), Gerald Wallace (to re-sign with Nets), Deron Williams (to re-sign with Nets), Shelden Williams.
Charlotte Bobcats: D.J. Augustin (R), Derrick Brown (R), Cory Higgins, Eduardo Najera, D.J. White.
Chicago Bulls: Omer Asik (to sign offer sheet with Rockets), Mike James, John Lucas III, Brian Scalabrine.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Semih Erden (to sign to play in Turkey), Alonzo Gee (R), Luke Harangody (to re-sign with Cavaliers), Antawn Jamison, Anthony Parker.
Dallas Mavericks: Brian Cardinal, Jason Kidd, Ian Mahinmi, Jason Terry, Delonte West, Yi Jianlian.
Denver Nuggets: Rudy Fernandez (to sign to play in Spain), JaVale McGee (R), Andre Miller (to re-sign with Nuggets).
Detroit Pistons: Vernon Macklin, Walker Russell (R), Ben Wallace, Damien Wilkins.
Golden State Warriors:Mickell Gladness, Dominic McGuire, Mikki Moore, Nate Robinson, Brandon Rush (R), Chris Wright.
Houston Rockets: Earl Boykins, Marcus Camby, Goran Dragic (to sign with Suns), Courtney Lee.
Indiana Pacers: Louis Amundson, Leandro Barbosa, Kyrylo Fesenko, Roy Hibbert (to sign offer sheet with Trail Blazers), George Hill (to re-sign with Pacers), A.J. Price (R).
Los Angeles Clippers: Chauncey Billups, Reggie Evans (to re-sign with Clippers, be traded to Nets), Randy Foye, Kenyon Martin, Bobby Simmons, Nick Young.
Los Angeles Lakers: Matt Barnes, Devin Ebanks (R), Jordan Hill, Darius Morris (to re-sign with Lakers), Troy Murphy, Ramon Sessions.
Memphis Grizzlies: Gilbert Arenas, Darrell Arthur (R), Hamed Haddadi, Lester Hudson, O.J. Mayo, Marreese Speights (R).
Miami Heat: Eddy Curry, Terrel Harris, Juwan Howard, Ronny Turiaf.
Milwaukee Bucks: Kwame Brown, Carlos Delfino, Ersan Ilyasova.
Minnesota Timberwolves: Michael Beasley (to sign with Suns), Anthony Randolph, Anthony Tolliver, Martell Webster (T).
New Orleans Hornets: Marco Belinelli, Eric Gordon (to sign offer sheet with Suns), Chris Kaman, Carl Landry, Rashard Lewis.
New York Knicks: Mike Bibby, Baron Davis, Landry Fields (to sign offer sheet with Raptors), Jared Jeffries, Jeremy Lin (R), Steve Novak, J.R. Smith.
Oklahoma City Thunder: Derek Fisher, Royal Ivey, Nazr Mohammed.
Orlando Magic: Ryan Anderson (R), DeAndre Liggins, Jameer Nelson, Daniel Orton, Ish Smith.
Philadelphia 76ers: Lavoy Allen (to re-sign with 76ers), Tony Battie, Craig Brackins, Spencer Hawes (to re-sign with 76ers), Jodie Meeks, Xavier Silas, Sam Young.
Phoenix Suns: Aaron Brooks (R), Shannon Brown, Grant Hill, Robin Lopez (R), Steve Nash (to re-sign with Suns, be traded to Lakers), Ronnie Price, Michael Redd.
Portland Trail Blazers: Nicolas Batum (R), Jamal Crawford, Jonny Flynn, Raymond Felton, J.J. Hickson, Joel Przybilla, Brandon Roy, Craig Smith, Hasheem Thabeet (to sign with Thunder).
Sacramento Kings: Donte Greene, Jason Thompson (R), Terrence Williams (R).
San Antonio Spurs: Boris Diaw, Tim Duncan, Daniel Green (R), Patrick Mills (R).
Toronto Raptors: Solomon Alabi, Alan Anderson, Jerryd Bayless (R), Aaron Gray, Jamaal Magloire, Ben Uzoh , Sonny Weems (R).
Utah Jazz: Blake Ahearn, Jeremy Evans (R), Josh Howard, C.J. Miles, Jamaal Tinsley.
Washington Wizards: Morris Almond, Brian Cook, Maurice Evans, Cartier Martin, James Singleton.
KEY: (R) -- Restricted free agent, team retains right to match outside offer. (T) -- Team option for 2012-13.
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