Free agent Kyle Lowry announces deal with Miami Heat via Twitter.

As expected, it was a busy and exciting first day of NBA Free Agency.

The 2021 NBA free agent period officially opened at 6 p.m. ET on Monday and reports on deals started coming in immediately. Some of the top free agents — including star guards Kyle Lowry, Chris Paul and Lonzo Ball — were among the first to reportedly sign, and take to social media.


Kyle Lowry announces deal with Heat


Reports: Chris Paul agrees to 4-year deal with Suns


Reports: Young, Hawks agree to max extension 


Melo announces move to Lakers

 


Reports: Jazz agree to 3-year deal with Conley


Dragic says farewell to Miami


Reports: Howard, Ariza, Ellington agree to deals with Lakers


Reports: Mavericks re-sign Hardaway Jr., Marjanovic


Report: Dinwiddie nearing deal with Wizards


Reports: Heat, Robinson agree to 5-year, $90-million deal


Report: Bulls agree to 4-year deal with Caruso

 


Reports: Graham going to Pelicans in sign-and-trade


Instant Analysis: Bulls address biggest need with Ball


Reports: Knicks re-sign Burks, Noel


Report: Tucker agrees to deal with Heat