The 2017 NBA offseason has seen major changes unlike any summer before.

Undoubtedly influenced by the Warriors’ dominance last season, teams have been making big acquisitions to counter the reigning champions.

As usual, we’ve broken down the NBA free agent signings into two categories: “On The Move” and “Staying Put.”

Below is a comprehensive look at the agreements made since the free-agency period began at midnight on July 1. Everything is a verbal agreement until the moratorium period ends on July 7.

Let us know in the comments who you think has had the best and worst offseason so far!

ON THE MOVE

Gordon Hayward: 4-year, $128 million deal with Celtics

Paul Millsap: 3-year, $90 million deal with Nuggets

Jeff Teague: 3-year, $57 million deal with Wolves

George Hill: 3-year, $57 million deal with Kings

JJ Redick1-year, $23 million deal with Sixers

Taj Gibson2-year, $28 million deal with Timberwolves

Danilo Gallinari3-year, $65 million deal with Clippers

Rudy Gay2-year, $17 million deal with Spurs

Jonathon Simmons: 3-year, $20 million deal with Magic

PJ Tucker4-year, $32 million deal with Rockets

Nick Young1-year, $5.2 million deal with Warriors

Omri Casspi1-year deal with Warriors

Langston Galloway3-year, $21 million deal with Pistons

Zach Randolph: 2-year, $24 million deal with Kings

Vince Carter1-year, $8 million deal with Kings

Patrick Patterson: 3-year, $16.7 million deal with Thunder

Kelly Olynyk4-year, $50-plus million deal with Heat

Darren Collison: 2-year, $20 million deal with Pacers

Ben McLemore: 2-year, $10.7 million deal with Grizzlies

Justin Holiday: 2-year, $9 million deal with Bulls

Tyreke Evans1-year, $3.3 million deal with Grizzlies

Jodie Meeks2-year, $7 million deal with Wizards

Bojan Bogdanovic2-year, $21 million deal with Pacers

Amir Johnson1-year, $11 million deal with Sixers

Michael Carter-Williams1-year, $2.7 million deal with Hornets

Jose Calderon1-year, $2.3 million deal with Cavaliers

Arron Afflalo: 1-year, $2.3 million deal with Magic

Zhou QiMultiyear deal with Rockets

Mike ScottVeteran’s minimum deal with Wizards

Jamal Crawford: two-year, $8.9 million deal with Timberwolves

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope: 1-year, $18 million deal with Lakers

Dewayne Dedmon: 2-year, $14 million deal with Hawks

Ramon Sessions: 1-year, $2.3 million deal with Knicks

Terrence Jones: 1-year, $2 million deal in China

Brandon Jennings: 1-year, $1.5 million deal in China

Ian Clark: 1-year, $1.6 million deal with Pelicans

Michael Beasley: 1-year deal with Knicks

STAYING PUT

Stephen Curry: 5-year, $201 million deal with Warriors

Kevin Durant: 2-year, $53 million deal with Warriors

Blake Griffin: 5-year, $173 million deal with Clippers

Jrue Holiday: 5-year, $126 million deal with Pelicans

Kyle Lowry3-year, $100 million deal with Raptors

Serge Ibaka3-year, $65 million deal with Raptors

Dion Waiters4-year, $52 million deal with Heat

Andre Iguodala3-year, $48 million deal with Warriors

James Johnson4-year, $60 million deal with Heat

Joe Ingles4-year, $52 million deal with Jazz

Patty Mills: 4-year, $50 million deal with Spurs

Tony Snell: 4-year, $46 million deal with Bucks

Cristiano Felicio: 4-year, $32 million deal with Bulls

Mason Plumlee: 3-year, $41 million with Nuggets

Shaun Livingston: 3-year, $24 million deal with Warriors

Kyle Korver3-year, $22 million deal with Cavs

Nene: 3-year, $11 million deal with Rockets

Manu Ginobili: 2-year, $5 million with Spurs

David West1-year deal with Warriors

Andre Roberson: 3-year, $30 million deal with OKC

Mike Muscala2-year, $10 million deal with Hawks

Otto Porter: four-year, $106.5 million deal with the Wizards