NBA offseason calendar – Key dates and contract deadlines for all 30 teams

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The NBA season is complete, which means all 30 teams are now in offseason mode.

With those teams already doing deep dives into preparation for the 2022 NBA draft and this summer’s free agency, here’s a look at the league’s upcoming calendar, along with important deadlines for teams and players to exercise contract options. More than 30 players are in line for qualifying offers that would make them restricted free agents, and more than 100 players are eligible for either rookie or veteran extensions, leaving teams with plenty to think about over the next few months.

We have all the details on that and more, and we’ll continue to add to the information below as the NBA calendar evolves and moves toward the start of the 2022-23 season this fall.


2022-23 key dates

Thursday

• NBA draft

June 29

• Last day for a team or player option to be exercised
• Last day for a player to receive a qualifying offer

June 30

• Free-agent negotiations can begin (6 p.m. ET.)

July 1

• Free-agency moratorium (12:00 a.m. ET)
• First-round selections can sign contracts
• Minimum contracts (two or fewer years) can sign
• Restricted free agents can sign an offer sheet
• Third-year and fourth-year rookie options can be exercised

July 6

• Free agency begins (12:00 p.m. ET)
• Teams can sign free agents
• Trades can become official
• Rookie scale and veteran contracts can be extended
• Clock on offer sheets begins

July 13

• Last day to withdraw a qualifying offer

Aug. 31

• Last day to use the waive and stretch provision

Oct. 4

• Training camp begins

Oct. 15

• Last day to waive a player on a non-guaranteed contract and not incur a salary-cap charge

Oct. 17

• Last day of the offseason
• Last date to sign a rookie scale or veteran extension (two years left on existing deal)
• Rosters are restricted to 15

Oct. 31

• Deadline for third-year and fourth-year team options on rookie contracts to be exercised


Qualifying offers


Player and team options

Tuesday

Thanasis Antetokounmpo (MIL): $1.9 million

Wednesday

Pat Connaughton (MIL): $5.7 million
Kendrick Nunn (LAL): $5.3 million

Friday

Dean Wade (CLE): $1.9 million

Saturday

Isaiah Roby (OKC): $1.9 million (team)

June 28

Hamidou Diallo (DET): $5.2 million (team)
Frank Jackson (DET): $3.2 million (team)
Cory Joseph (DET): $5.2 million
Luka Garza (DET): $1.6 million (team)
Trey Lyles (SAC): $2.6 million

June 29

Sam Hauser (BOS): $1.6 million (team)
Juwan Morgan (BOS): $1.8 million (team)
Kessler Edwards (BKN): $1.6 million (team)
Kyrie Irving (BKN): $36.5 million
Patty Mills (BKN): $6.2 million
Jalen McDaniels (CHA): $1.9 million (team)
Tony Bradley (CHI): $2 million
Carsen Edwards (DET): $1.9 million (team)
Jae’Sean Tate (HOU): $1.8 million
John Wall (HOU): $47.4 million
Oshae Brissett (IND): $1.8 million (team)
Nicolas Batum (LAC): $7.5 million
Stanley Johnson (LAL): $2.4 million (team)
Wenyen Gabriel (LAL): $1.9 million (team)
Russell Westbrook (LAL): $47.1 million
P.J. Tucker (MIA): $7.4 million
Bobby Portis (MIL): $4.6 million
Jaylen Nowell (MIN): $1.9 million (team)
Naz Reid (MIN): $1.9 million (team)
Luguentz Dort (OKC): $1.9 million (team)
Mike Muscala (OKC): $3.5 million (team)
Shake Milton (PHI): $2 million (team)
James Harden (PHI): $47.4 million
Svi Mykhailiuk (TOR): $1.9 million
Bradley Beal (WAS): $36.4 million


Guarantee dates

Tuesday

Mason Plumlee (CHA): $4.3 million to $8.5 million

Friday

Zach Collins (SAS): $3.7 million to $7.4 million

Saturday

Josh Hart (POR): $0 to $12.9 million

June 28

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (WAS): $4.9 million to $14 million

June 29

Danilo Gallinari (ATL): $5 million to $21.5 million
Kelly Oubre Jr. (CHA): $5 million to $12.6 million
Max Strus (MIA): $0 to $1.8 million
Gabe Vincent (MIA): $0 to $1.8 million
Omer Yurtseven (MIA): $0 to $1.8 million
Chimezie Metu (SAC): $0 to $1.9 million

June 30

Theo Maledon (OKC): $0 to $1.9 million
Moritz Wagner (ORL): $0 to $1.9 million
Juancho Hernangomez (UTH): $0 to $6.6 million

July 1

Ish Smith (WAS): $0 to $4.7 million
Danny Green (PHI): $0 to $10 million

July 3

Maxi Kleber (DAL): $0 to $9 million
John Konchar (MEM): $840,000 to $2.3 million

July 4

Frank Ntilikina (DAL): $0 to $2 million
Dalano Banton (TOR): $150,000 to $300,000

July 6

Duane Washington Jr. (IND): $0 to $1.6 million

July 7

Nick Richards (CHA): $0 to $1.8 million

July 10

Eric Bledsoe (POR): $3.9 million to $19.4 million
Terry Taylor (IND): $625,000 to $1.6 million

July 20

Naz Reid (MIN): $0 to $1.9 million

Aug. 1

Jalen McDaniels (CHA): $0 to $1.9 million
Tre Jones (SAS): $0 to $500,000

TBD

Kenrich Williams (OKC): $0 to $2 million
Isaiah Joe (PHI): $0 to $1.8 million
Keita Bates-Diop (SAS): $0 to $1.9 million
• Tre Jones (SAS): $500,000 to $1.8 million
• Dalano Banton (TOR): $300,000 to $1.6 million


Rookie extension eligible


Veteran extension eligible


Trade exceptions

June 27

• Dallas: $10.9 million

June 30

• Minnesota: $4.75 million

July 6

• Brooklyn: $3.3 million
• Toronto: $3.1 million

July 7

• Indiana: $7.3 million
• Chicago: $5 million
• Memphis: $4.1 million
• New Orleans: $6.4 million

July 18

• LA Clippers: $8.3 million
• Boston: $17.2 million

Aug. 19

• Brooklyn: $6.3 million



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