The NBA is back! Free agency is the first step toward getting back on the court, and we’ve already seen a botched CP3-Lakers trade, Dwight Howard rumors swirling, and a dozen other agreements reached between teams and unrestricted players—all before the “official” start of the free agency period. That drops today, and while you can get the details on each individual story via the SLAM news feed, consider this the all-encompassing, streamlined forum for all things free agency. Below is a live list of every move, big or small, and we’ll be constantly updating this as new breaks over the next few days. So follow along as we digest all the craziness, and as we inch closer to Christmas Day.

Updated: Saturday 3:57 p.m.

— Troy Murphy signs with Los Angeles Lakers for 1 year

— Rodney Stuckey re-signs with Detroit Pistons for $25 million, 3 years

— Keith Bogans waived by Chicago Bulls

— Jason Smith re-signs with New Orleans Hornets for $7.5 million, 3 years

— Maurice Evans re-signs with Washington Wizards for veteran minimum

— Jamal Crawford signs with Portland Trail Blazers for $5 million, 1 year

— Carl Landry re-signed with New Orleans Hornets for $9 million, 1 year

— Shawne Williams signs with New Jersey Nets for $6 million, 2 years

— Bonzi Wells signs with Minnesota Timberwolves for training camp

— Travis Outlaw waived by New Jersey Nets via the Amnesty clause

— Craig Smith signs with Portland Trail Blazers, terms undisclosed

— Josh Howard signs with Utah Jazz for 1 year

— Rudy Fernandez, Corey Brewer traded to Denver Nuggets for a second-round pick

— Delonte West signs with Dallas Mavericks for $1.18 million, 1 year

— Josh McRoberts signs with Los Angeles Lakers for $6 million, 2 years

— JJ Barea signs with Minnesota Timberwolves for $19 million, 4 years

— Reggie Williams signs with Charlotte Bobcats

— Baron Davis has been waived by the Cleveland Cavaliers via the amnesty clause

— Richard Hamilton signs with Chicago Bulls for $10 million, 2 years

— Chris Paul traded to Los Angeles Clippers for Eric Gordon, Chris Kaman, more

Nene re-signs with Denver Nuggets for $67 million, 5 years

— Charlie Bell has been waived by the Golden State Warriors via the Amnesty Clause

David West signs with Indiana Pacers for $20 million, 2 years

L.A. Lakers trade Lamar Odom to Dallas Mavericks for a trade exception

Mike Bibby signs with New York Knicks for the veteran’s minimum, 1 year

— Dallas Mavericks sign-and-trade Tyson Chandler to New York Knicks for Andy Rautins and Draft pick

— Chauncey Billups has been waived by the New York Knicks via the Amnesty Clause

Aaron Gray signs with Toronto Raptors for 1 year

— Ronny Turiaf traded to the Washington Wizards

— Jeff Foster re-signs with Indiana Pacers for 1 year

— Richard Hamilton has been waived by the Detroit Pistons

— Daequan Cook re-signs with Oklahoma City Thunder for $6.5 million, 2 years

— Vince Carter has been waived by the Phoenix Suns

— Chuck Hayes signs with Sacramento Kings for $21.3 million, 4 years

Gilbert Arenas has been waived by the Orlando Magicvia the Amnesty Clause

— Marcus Thornton re-signs with Sacramento Kings for $40 million, 5 years

— Grant Hill re-signs with Phoenix Suns for $6.5 million, 1 year

— James Jones, Mario Chalmers re-sign with Miami Heat

— Boston Celtics trade Glen Davis and Von Wafer to Orlando Magic for Brandon Bass

— Portland Trail Blazers G Brandon Roy retires

— Jonas Jerebko re-signs with Detroit Pistons for $16 million, 4 years

— Keyon Dooling traded to Boston Celtics for a second-round pick

— Mike Dunleavy Jr. signs with Milwaukee Bucks for $7.5 million, 2 years

— Caron Butler signs with Los Angeles Clippers for $24 million, 3 years

— Shannon Brown signs with Phoenix Suns for $3.5 million, 1 year

— Tayshaun Prince re-signs with Detroit Pistons for $27 million, 4 years

— Eddy Curry signs with Miami Heat for the veteran’s minimum, 1 year

— Shane Battier signs with Miami Heat for $9 million, 3 years

— Greg Oden re-signs with Portland Trail Blazers for $8.9 million, 1 year