The moment all fans were waiting for is finally here! The 2022-22 NBA free agency frenzy is officially underway, and it has been one for the ages already, with Kevin Durant requesting the Brooklyn Nets to trade him.

Durant's sweepstakes will set the way for the rest of free agency. He's the biggest domino to fall this offseason and barring an unprecedented turn of events, the chances are we won't get a resolution to his situation pretty soon.

But that doesn't mean that the league will just stop. The world continues to go round, and free-agent deals are being done left and right. Here, we've summed them all up, so you don't miss any move that goes down in the Association!

2022 NBA Free Agency: All Deals Done 

Bradley Beal - Washington Wizards: five-year, $251.02M contract
Zach LaVine - Chicago Bulls: five-year, $215.2M contract
Jalen Brunson - New York Knicks: four-year, $104M contract
Anfernee Simons - PortlandTrail Blazers: four-year, $100M contract
Luguentz Dort - Oklahoma City Thunder: five-year, $87.5M contract
Bobby Portis - Milwaukee Bucks: four-year, $48.58M contract
Marvin Bagley III - Detroit Pistons: three-year, $37M contract
Chris Boucher - Toronto Raptors: three-year, $35.25M contract
Mitchell Robinson - New York Knicks: four years, $60M contract
P.J. Tucker - Philadelphia 76ers: three-year, $33.04M contract
Tyus Jones - Memphis Grizzlies: two-year, $30M contract
Gary Payton II - Portland Trail Blazers: three-year, $28M contract
Jae’Sean Tate - Houston Rockets: three-year, $22.1M contract
Nicolas Batum - Los Angeles Clippers: two-year, $22M contract
Ricky Rubio - Cleveland Cavalies: three-year, $18.4M contract
Mohamed Bamb - Orlando Magic: two-year, $21M contract
JaVale McGee - Dallas Mavericks: three-year, $20.1M contract
Nic Claxton - Brooklyn Nets: two-year, $20M contract
Malik Monk - Sacramento Kings: two-year, $19M contract
Kyle Anderson - Minnesota Timberwolves: two-year, $18M contract
Isaiah Hartenstein - New York Knicks: two-year, $16.7M contract
Delon Wright - Washington Wizards: two-year, $16M contract
Patty Mills - Brooklyn Nets: two-year, $14.49M contract
Victor Oladipo - Miami Heat: one-year, $11M contract
Amir Coffey - Los Angeles Clippers: three-year, $11M contract
Dewayne Dedmon - Miami Heat: two-year, $9M contract
Danuel House - Philadelphia 76ers: two-year, $8.42M contract
Andre Drummond - Chicago Bulls: two-year, $6.6M contract
Joe Ingles - Milwaukee Bucks: one-year, $6.48M contract
Lonnie Walker - Los Angeles Lakers: one-year, $6.48M contract
Kevin Knox - Detroit Pistons: two-year, $6M contract
Jevon Carter - Milwaukee Bucks: two-year, $4.6M contract
Damian Jones - Los Angeles Lakers : two-year, veteran minimum-salary contract
Trevelin Queen - Philadelphia 76ers: two-year, veteran minimum-salary contract
Troy Brown - Los Angeles Lakers: one-year, veteran minimum-salary contract
DeAndre Jordan - Denver Nuggets: one-year, veteran minimum-salary contract
Mike Muscala - Oklahoma City Thunder: one-year, veteran minimum-salary contract
Juan Toscano-Anderson, Lakers: one-year, minimum-salary contract
Anthony Gill - Washington Wizards: two-year contract
Davon Reed - Denver Nuggets: Nuggets: two-year contract
Wesley Matthews - Milwaukee Bucks: one-year, veteran minimum contract
Bruce Brown Jr. - Denver Nuggets: two years, $13M contract
Theo Pinson - Dallas Mavericks: one-year contract
Otto Porter Jr. - Toronto Raptors: two-year contract
Aaron Holiday - Atlanta Hawks: one-year contract


2022 NBA Free Agency: All Contract Extensions

Nikola Jokic - Denver Nuggets: Five year, super-max extension
Devin Booker - Phoenix Suns: Four year, super-max extension
Karl-Anthony Towns - Minnesota Timberwolves: Four year, super-max extension
Ja Morant - Memphis Grizzlies: Five year, super-max extension
Gary Harris - Orlando Magic: two-year, $26M extension
Taurean Prince - Minnesota Timberwolves: two-year, $16M veteran extension
Thaddeus Young - Toronto Raptors: two-year, $16M veteran extension
Zion Williamson - New Orleans Pelicans: Five year, super-max extension