The Latest on NBA free agency (all times Eastern):
The Detroit Pistons have signed free agent guard Langston Galloway.
Terms were not disclosed, but The Associated Press has previously reported it is a three-year deal.
Detroit is Galloway's fourth team in four NBA seasons, after stints with New York, New Orleans and Sacramento. The 25-year-old guard averaged 7.9 points in 74 games with the Pelicans and Kings last season.
Kevin Durant has another movie coming out next week.
Durant has dropped the trailer for "Still KD," which comes out Tuesday and which the Golden State star says is about "a look inside the road to the championship."
Durant was a free agent this summer, before agreeing to return to the Warriors on a two-year, $53 million deal that — while massive — would still rank as a bargain by NBA standards.
Durant joined the Warriors last summer, helping Golden State win its second title in three years.
Durant has had the movie bug for some time. In 2012, he starred in "Thunderstruck," the story of a young player who magically assumes Durant's talent and becomes the star of his own high school team.
Thursday was the first day that league business could officially resume following the annual moratorium period, so a lot of things you already know about are now becoming real.
For example: Paul George is now with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The deal was completed Thursday, George leaving Indiana for the Thunder and the Pacers getting back Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis.
Pacers President Kevin Pritchard says the trade "was difficult both on a personal and professional level. Everyone here knows what Paul meant to this franchise."
George was a four-time All-Star with the Pacers, though told the team he planned on leaving as a free agent in 2018 and essentially forced them either to trade him now or watch him leave with nothing coming back to Indiana in return.
Also Thursday, the Pacers also announced the waiving of guard Monta Ellis.
Zach Randolph is one of the many NBA faces changing places as a free agent this summer, going from Memphis to Sacramento.
And the Grizzlies couldn't have responded in classier fashion.
An open letter from Grizzlies general manager Chris Wallace and business operations president Jason Wexler to Randolph on Thursday revealed that his No. 50 jersey is being retired by the team, part of many tributes to his time in Memphis.
"Thank you for all the joy and magical moments too numerous to count. Thank you for the energy and excitement you brought each and every night to FedExForum. Thank you for your leadership and service. Thank you for your larger than life impact and for keeping all Memphians warm. Thank you," the letter said.
Randolph agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal with the Kings.
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