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Minnesota signs first-round pick Rashad McCants.
Phoenix signs second-round pick Dijon Thompson.
Utah signs first-round pick Deron Williams and second-round pick C.J. Miles.
Seattle signs first-round pick Johan Petro.
Memphis signs second-round pick Lawrence Roberts.
Memphis signs first-round pick Hakim Warrick.
Cleveland names Lance Blanks and Chris Grant assistant general managers.
Milwaukee names Terry Stotts head coach.
Charlotte signs first-round picks Raymond Felton and Sean May.
Detroit signs first-round pick Jason Maxiell.
Golden State signs first-round pick Ike Diogu.
Houston names Clyde Drexler and Matt Bullard television analysts.
Indiana signs first-round pick Danny Granger.
Portland names Nate McMillan head coach.
Toronto signs first-round picks Charlie Villanueva and Joey Graham.
L.A. Lakers sign first-round pick Andrew Bynum.
New Orleans signs first-round pick Chris Paul.
Atlanta waives Obinna Ekezie and James Thomas.
Denver signs first-round picks Julius Hodge and Linas Kleiza.
Orlando names Randy Wittman, Mark Bryant and Morlon Wiley assistant coaches.
Boston signs first-round pick Gerald Green to a two-year contract.
New York signs first-round picks Channing Frye and Nate Robinson to two-year contracts.
Portland signs first-round pick Martell Webster to a two-year contract.
Atlanta declines the 2006 contract option on Peja Drobnjak.
Houston signs first-round pick Luther Head to a two-year contract.
Milwaukee signs first-round pick Andrew Bogut to a two-year contract.
Minnesota re-signs general manager Jim Stack.
New York signs first-round pick David Lee to a two-year contract.
Memphis names Scott Adubato assistant coach and Jason Hamm video coordinator.
Boston exercises the contract option on Justin Reed for the 2005-06 season.
Golden State exercises the contract option on Mickael Pietrus and Zarko Cabarkapa for the 2006-07 season; waives Rodney White.
Sacramento's Cuttino Mobley declines option to return to team.
Miami's Damon Jones declines option to return to team.
New Jersey names Kimberlee Garris entertainment and event coordinator.
New York exercises the option on Michael Sweetney for the 2006-07 season.
L.A. Clippers waive Mamadou N'Diaye.
Miami exercises the contract option on Qyntel Woods for the 2005-06 season.
New Jersey exercises the contract option on Jacque Vaughn for the 2005-06 season.
Phoenix names Dan D'Antoni assistant coach.
Cleveland acquires the draft rights to Martynas Andriuskevicius from Orlando for a 2006 second-round pick and future considerations.
Memphis acquires the draft rights to Lawrence Roberts from Seattle for two future second-round picks and future considerations.
New York acquires Quentin Richardson, the draft rights to Nate Robinson and future considerations from Phoenix for Kurt Thomas and the draft rights to Dijon Thompson.
Orlando acquires the draft rights to Marcin Gortat from Phoenix for future considerations.
Portland acquired the drafts rights to Jarrett Jack from Denver for the draft rights to Linas Kleiza and Ricky Sanchez.
Utah acquires the third selection in NBA Draft 2005 from Portland in exchange for the sixth and 27th picks and a conditional 2006 first-round pick.
Cleveland names Danny Ferry general manager.
L.A. Clippers tender Marko Jaric a qualifying offer for the 2005-06 season.
New Jersey declines the contract option on Clifford Robinson.
Orlando names Dave Twardzik and Otis Smith assistant general managers and Alex Martins executive vice president of marketing and franchise relations.
Toronto exercises the contract option on Chris Bosh for the 2006-07 season.
Charlotte exercises the contract option on Emeka Okafor for the 2007-08 season.