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There’s been a lot of movement during the NBA offseason’s free agency, from Kevin Durant joining Golden State to Mike Conley getting the biggest contract in NBA history.

Here’s a breakdown of the latest signings:

— Veteran shooting guard Gerald Henderson has agreed to a two-year, $18 million contract with the Philadelphia 76ers.

Pau Gasol is headed to the San Antonio Spurs for what he calls a “new chapter”. He’s finalizing a two-year deal, worth more than $30 million, with a player option in the second year.

Dirk Nowitzki isn’t going anywhere, as he agrees to a two-year deal, worth $40 million with the Dallas Mavericks… during which he’ll turn 40 years old.

— Small forward Lance Thomas has agreed to re-sign with the New York Knicks on a four-year deal. According to ESPN, the contract starts at $6.1 million in the first year and contains standard annual raises of 7.5 percent.

— Free-agent point guard Brandon Jennings has agreed to terms to join the New York Knicks on a one-year deal for $5 million, which he confirmed on Twitter. He gives NY a reserve guard to back up Derrick Rose.

— While the Warriors nab KD, they are shipping center Andrew Bogut to Dallas, who have also agreed to a four-year, $94 million deal with free-agent forward Harrison Barnes.

— The Mavs have also come to agreements to bring back point guard Deron Williams, who is returning on a one-year deal worth $10 million. Also, restricted free agent forward Dwight Powell is back for $37 million ‎over four years.

Matt Barnes has agreed to a deal with the Sacramento Kings on a two-year deal, worth $12 million with a player option in the second year.

— Reigning Sixth Man Jamal Crawford is staying with the Los Angeles Clippers on a three-year, $42 million deal.