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Recapping all the Moves from the 2nd and 3rd day of Free Agency

Published on December 12, 2011 by Scott Shirley   ·   2 Comments

On Saturday I recapped all of the moves day on day 1 of NBA free agency. Today I recap all the moves done on day 2 and 3. Find out below who signed where on Saturday and Sunday.

- David West looked like he was headed to Boston in a sign and trade deal, but instead he ended up signing with the Indiana Pacers. His deal is for 2 years and $20M.

- Jason Richardson has decided to resign with the Orlando Magic for 4 years, The deal is worth $20M.

- Spencer Hawes will stay with the 76ers for one year. The deal is worth $4.6 M.

- Mike Bibby is headed to play with the New York Knicks. He agreed to a 1 year deal worth $1.4 M.

- Vladimir Radmanovic has signed with the Atlanta Hawks. Terms are unknown.

- Gary Forbes has signed with Toronto. He agreed to two years with team option for third year.

- The oldest player in the league Kurt Thomas has agreed to a two-year deal with Portland.

- Shelden Williams has agreed to a one-year deal with the New Jersey Nets.

- Aaron Gray will be a Toronto Raptor for one year.

- Jared Jeffries has agreed to be a New York Knick for 1 year. Deal is worth $1.4M.

- Anthony Carter has singed with Toronto terms are unknown.

- Fan favorite Brian Cardinal will stay with the Dallas Mavericks.

- Anthony Parker has resigned in Cleveland. Terms are unknown.

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