Derrick Williams agreed to a two-year, $10 million deal with the Knicks.
Williams never got a qualifying offer from the Kings, so it was pretty easy for the Knicks to swoop in on a potential buy-low here. Williams has been a disappointment since being drafted No. 2 overall back in 2010, but he's just 24 years old and perhaps he just needs to find the right mix. It wasn't with the Timberwolves nor with the Kings, so there's an obvious risk, but for the price and length of the deal, it might be worth a shot. Analysis: Howard Bender
Rajon Rondo has agreed to a one-year deal with the Kings.
There was some late buzz that Rondo could join the Lakers, but instead he'll sign with the Sacramento Kings for a one-year, $10 million deal. Rondo's season fell apart in 2014 after being traded to Dallas, but expectations will still be high for the point guard due to his track record. That being said, last year's meltdown for Rondo was jarring, as his assists per game fell from 10.8 to 6.5, and his rebounds went from 7.5 to 4.5 per game. Hopefully Rondo will become better acclimated with his team in Dallas, as if he can get it together, Rondo could be a key piece in his new team's playoff bid. Analysis: Ben Diamond
Patrick Beverley has agreed to a four-year deal with the Rockets.
The 26-year old will return to Houston after spending his first three seasons with the team, averaging 8.9 points, 3 assists, and 4.2 rebounds per game over his tenure. Last season was his best as a professional, and Beverley will look to earn an expanded role in the backcourt next season after averaging 30.8 minutes last season. The four-year deal is worth $25 million. Analysis: Ben Diamond
Dante Exum said he gained 10 pounds this offseason.
Exum attributes the weight gain to his mother's cooking back in Australia. Luckily he also said he kept on 10 pounds of non-fat weight. Playing stronger is always good, but more muscle won't help Exum's .349% field goal percentage from last season. He's still 19 and awfully raw, but has potential and will get the opportunity to play in Utah. Analysis: Brian Rothstein