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The NBA free agency period is dying down, so it time to look back at each team who they signed. Also many trades went down, which I will also recap below.
Free Agent Signings
-Resigned a 4 year deal worth 36 million with Tiago Splitter.
-Resigned Manu Ginobili to a 2 year deal worth 14 Million.
-Agreed to a 2 year deal worth 6 Million with Marco Belineli.
-Agreed to terms with Jeff Pendergraph.
-Signed Corey Maggette to terms.
Added through NBA Draft
Free Agents Lost
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