Dwight Howard’s agreement with the Houston Rockets on Friday afternoon led to a heap of other dominos to fall throughout the day on Saturday. Here’s the rundown…
Six-year veteran DeMarre Carroll agreed to a two-year deal with the Atlanta Hawks.
The San Antonio Spurs snatched away fourth-year forward Jeff Pendergraph away from the Indiana Pacers.
Houston brought back a Francisco Garcia, who averaged 5.5 points last year for the Rockets.
Portland added a premier defender and consistent three-point shooter in Dorrell Wright.
The Rockets added another shooter to surround Dwight Howard.
Golden State made some nice moves this offseason, but couldn’t salvage keeping Carl Landry.
Brooklyn added depth at the point guard position, bringing in a quality veteran in Shaun Livingston.
The Trail Blazers added free agent point guard Earl Watson with the final “official” agreement of the night.
There were two late(r) verbal agreements. The first was Darren Collison heading to the Clippers.
The second, Zaza Pachulia’s move to Milwaukee.