[caption id="attachment_17093" align="aligncenter" width="392"] KingsOfTheNBA.com[/caption] Here's some of the big moves and signings two days into the 2013 NBA Free Agency period. We'll keep updating the list daily. Signings! Day 6 The Cavaliers will sign Jarrett Jack to a four-year, $25 million deal. He'll obviously be their backup point guard behind Kyrie Irving. The Pistons will sign Josh Smith to a four-year, $56 million deal. This was after much speculation that he'd land in Houston. The Kings and forward Carl Landry have agreed on a four-year, $27 million deal, giving Sacramento some experience off the bench in the post. The Rockets will sign Omri Casspi to a two-year deal, improving their bench, as well as guard-forward hybrid Francisco Garcia to his own two-year deal. The Nets will sign point guard Shaun Livingston to a one-year minimum deal. The Mavericks have agreed to a deal with Devin Harris, the point guard is set to receive $9 million over three years. The Trail Blazers will sign shooting forward Dorell Wright to a two-year, $6 million deal. The Spurs came to an agreement with forward Jeff Pendergraph to a two-year deal. Day 5 The biggest news of the day was undoubtedly the announcement of Dwight Howard's move to Houston. After the story was broken earlier in the day we didn't see official confirmation from Dwight himself or the Rockets until late in the night. While we don't have specifics as yet, Howard's deal is reportedly around $88 million over four years. https://twitter.com/DwightHoward/status/353346990156939264 The Hawks signed forward Paul Millsap for $19 million over two years. A nice pickup for the rebuilding Atlanta. O.J. Mayo has reached an agreement with the Bucks to the tune of $24 million over three years. He should be a good fit in Milwaukee. The Warriors agreed to a four-year, $48 million deal with Andre Igoudala. The shooting guard should help the rising Warriors take the next step in the postseason. https://twitter.com/andre/statuses/353244014197219331 The Mavericks have come to an agreement with veteran point guard Jose Calderon with a four-year, $28 million deal. The Pacers agreed to a two-year, $6.1 million deal with forward Chris Copeland. Copeland showed solid development and effort last season and will give them some nice depth to lean on. Day 4 The Cavaliers signed forward Earl Clark to a two-year deal worth $9 million. Their first move in free agency. The Knicks signed backup point guard Pablo Prigioni to a three-year contract worth $1.5 million. The Raptors signed guard Julyan Stone for a two-year deal (unsure of the final amount). He'll likely have to fight to earn the backup point guard spot. The Bobcats signed Al Jefferson to a three-year, $40 million deal and grab themselves a quality post weapon on offence. The Spurs signed Marco Belinelli to a two-year, $6 million deal. Nice haul for the game-winning specialist. Day 3 The Pelicans agreed to a four-year, $44 million deal with Tyreke Evans, however because he's a restricted free agent the Kings can chose to match the offer and retain Evans if they so choose. UPDATE: He was eventually bundled in a three-way trade as below. The Hawks re-signed forward Kyle Korver to a four-year, $24 million contract. They may have overpaid slightly, but clearly consider him one of their key players moving forward, rebuilding or not. The biggest news of the day was the Celtics hiring of former Butler head coach Brad Stevens. He'll have six years to build the Celtics into a competitor again. He's well suited to the job. The Spurs re-signed Manu Ginobili, who took a pay cut with a new two-year, $14 million deal. Ginobili showed us that he might just have a little bit left in the tank during the Finals series, clearly the Spurs want him around as long as possible. The Wizards signed guard Garrett Temple to a one-year deal set at just under $1 million. He's some nice cheap bench production. Finally a good deal for the Wizards! The Grizzlies acquired power forward Jon Leuer to a three-year, $3 million contract, a nice cheap deal for a bench player who could develop into something more. One of the more odd happenings on the day occurred when the Sacramento Kings withdrew their four-year, $55 million offer to Andre Iguodala. He reportedly took too long to consider the deal and the Kings decided to take their money elsewhere. Ok then. https://twitter.com/andre/statuses/352290588911087616 The Dwight Howard saga continues with more speculation regarding the possible sign-and-trade with the Warriors, moving Andrew Bogut and Klay Thompson. Adam Schefter -- of all people -- tells us that Dwight expects to make a decision by Friday. Day 1 & 2 The Grizzlies re-signed 31-year-old guard Tony Allen to a four-year, $20 million deal. He was an All-Defensive first team players last year and reportedly had plenty of interest these last few days. The big signing on the second day was Tiago Splitter getting a four-year, $36 million contract to return to the Spurs. That's a big deal and pretty much sums up the value of NBA big men. https://twitter.com/MikePradaSBN/status/352154006946197504 Forward David West re-signed with the Indiana Pacers with a three-year, $36 million deal. Like the Spurs, the Pacers couldn't afford to lose their big man, not when they were so close to the NBA Final last season. The Timberwolves came to an agreement with Chase Budinger, the forward has earned a three-year, $16 million deal. The T'Wolves also signed shooting guard Kevin Martin signed to a four-year, $28 million contract, he'll be reunited with coach Rick Adelman. They're a good match. Dwight Howard has had meetings with the Warriors, Hawks and Rockets and met with reps from the Lakers and Mavericks today. Definitely the biggest story of free agency. If the Warriors are serious about Howard they'll need to work out a sign-and-trade (due to their cap situation) with the Lakers, reports suggest Andrew Bogut could be a part of this move. https://twitter.com/MySportsLegion/status/351755326497890305 Unsurprisingly, O.J. Mayo has drawn a lot of interest throughout the NBA, including from the Jazz, Bucks, Timberwolves and Clippers. Center Nazr Mohammed will re-sign with the Bulls on a one-year deal, keeping their bench strong and ensuring they'll have somebody to push LeBron James around next postseason. Andre Blatche will sign with the Brooklyn Nets on a cheap one-year deal. It's an interesting deal because he deliberately made it cheap for the Nets ($1.4 million) so that the Wizards have to pay him more than they would otherwise. Such spite! The Wizards paid a lot to keep Martell Webster, signing him to a four-year $22 million contract. That's a lot for a guy who only just began to show some of the promise he was originally thought to have. Wait and see, I guess. The Wizards also signed point guard Eric Maynor to a two-year contract, it's a good signing for both parties, Wizards get a solid backup to Wall and Maynor gets to continue to improve coming off his ACL injury back in 2012. The Bulls have signed forward Mike Dunleavy, giving them a nice shooting option on the wing. Chris Paul's re-signing with the Clippers is an obvious win for both sides, as discussed yesterday, they're aiming to go deep into the postseason with the addition of Doc Rivers. Trades! The Rockets are trading Royce White to the 76ers. White was the Rocket's first round selection in the 2012 Draft. The 76ers will hope to help him reach his potential after a rocky rookie season in Houston. The Pelicans, Kings, and Trail Blazer had a three-way trade on Day 4. Tyreke Evans (the restricted free agent) lands with the Pelicans, Robin Lopez with Trail Blazers and Greivis Vasquez with Sacramento. The Suns, Clippers and Bucks managed a three-way trade. The Suns got Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler, the Clippers received Jared Dudley and J.J. Redick and the Bucks got two second-round picks. Fair deal in all. https://twitter.com/WojYahooNBA/status/352183840132960260 The Rockets have done a solid job with their trade of Thomas Robinson to the Trail Blazers, it'll free up some cap space to help them sign Dwight Howard (and they got some draft picks too). Unsure how much value the Knicks really got out of their trade for Andrea Barganani from the Raptors. I'd suggest the Raptors got the better deal with Steve Novak, Marcus Camby and the draft picks (one first-round and two seconds). - Feel free to comment or tweet at us @USSDU_NBA if you believe we've missed anything! Note: We say they've 'signed' a lot above, but most players won't actually be able to sign till the 10th of July. Till then they're in a verbal agreement.