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NBA Free Agency Roundup: Mo Williams Heading Back to Cavaliers

Marc Gasol finally agreed to a new deal with the Memphis Grizzlies, while David West is taking a huge pay cut to play for the San Antonio Spurs. Oh, yeah, Manu Ginobili is back as well! But what about the other free-agent agreements over the last few days?

Mo Williams2 years, $4.3 million with Cavaliers

Williams goes back to the place where he was an All-Star playing with LeBron James. Williams adds depth at the point-guard position at a value price, but the Cavaliers are still in talks to bring back Matthew Dellavedova.

Cory Joseph4 years, $30 million with Raptors

Joseph was a casualty of the Spurs’ crazy offseason, and he goes home to Canada to be Kyle Lowry‘s backup. This may seem like a bit of an overpay, but Joseph was really good in limited minutes in San Antonio.

Nemanja Bjelica3 years, $11.7 million with Timberwolves

There were rumors that Bjelica was coming over to the Wolves from Fenerbache, and a deal was finally agreed upon. Bjelica, 27, is a 6’10 Serbian forward who should be able to make an impact with his versatile offensive game next season.

Omri Casspi2 years, $6 million with Kings

Casspi heads back to the Kings on an affordable deal after knocking down over 40 percent of his three-pointers last season. He put up nearly 20 points per game in April as Sacramento played out the string.

J.J. Barea2 years, $5.6 million with Mavericks

Barea returns to the Mavericks, and he’ll likely get a good amount of minutes on a team that lacks a clear-cut starter at point guard. Dallas is still looking for an upgrade at the position, but Barea is a capable backup.

Joe Ingles2 years, $4.5 million with Jazz

Ingles didn’t wow anybody with his performance in Utah last season, but he’s a decent rotation piece who can shoot the three at a respectable rate.

Leandro Barbosa1 year, $2.5 million with Warriors

Though Barbosa can be a bit erratic, he also has the ability to provide some scoring punch off the bench and is a 38.9 percent three-point shooter for his career.

Jeremy Evans2 years, veteran’s minimum with Mavericks

The former Slam Dunk Contest champion left the Jazz after five seasons to head to Dallas. Evans barely played last year after showing some promise in 2013-14.

Brandon BassTerms not finalized with Lakers

Bass’s final contract numbers are dependent on what other roster moves the Lakers make when the moratorium is lifted. He’ll be a solid backup power forward behind Julius Randle.

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