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NBA free agency moves Paul George to the Sixers

CBS Sports will be keeping track of the biggest moves, rumors, signings and trades as free agency gets started. Follow along below.

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Paul George is a 76er

Good morning, basketball fans. Paul George is heading to the Philadelphia 76ers. After the Clippers bowed out of the George sweepstakes nearly immediately, the All-Star forward did not waste much time in finding a new team. George and the 76ers agreed to a four-year, $212 million deal in the wee hours of Monday morning, per reports.

The Sixers were the front-runners to land George’s services once the Clippers stayed steadfast in their refusal to offer a fourth year on his contract. George, 34, is heading to his fourth team after spending five years with the Clippers. He’ll try to win his first ring alongside Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey. 

The Sixers are now one of the top title favorites behind the Boston Celtics in the NBA. Here’s more on the biggest news of NBA free agency so far: 76ers land Paul George: All-Star forward agrees to four-year, $212M deal in NBA free agencySam Quinn

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Stephen Pianovich

Jul. 01, 2024, 5:08 am EDT 

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Champs extend White

The Boston Celtics are keeping their core intact. They agreed to a four-year extension with Derrick White for four years and $125.9M. White was a key part of the Celtics’ championship run. He scored 15.2 points and had 5.2 assists per game. He’s been a huge part of the Celtics rotation since Boston acquired him at the 2022 trade deadline.

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Stephen Pianovich

Jul. 01, 2024, 12:50 pm EDT 

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Bucks make the Wright move

The Milwaukee Bucks have made their first move of free agency. They are signing veteran guard Delon Wright to a $3.3 million deal, per Adrian Wojnarowski. Wright spent last season with the Miami Heat and Washington Wizards, averaging 4.5 points per game.

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Stephen Pianovich

Jul. 01, 2024, 12:21 pm EDT 

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Would you like some Western Conference center news?

I sure hope so. Because Drew Eubanks is heading from the Suns to the Jazz on a two-year, $10 million deal.

Elsewhere, the Wolves are bringing back Luka Garza on a two-year deal.