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NBA free-agency moves: Rating every deal

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Marks: Warriors won't make playoffs next year (1:28)

Bobby Marks argues that after losing Kevin Durant to free agency and with Klay Thompson out for an extended period, the current Warriors roster will not make the playoffs next season. (1:28)

What do the latest moves in NBA free agency mean for every team, and what's next across the league?

On Day 1, many teams quickly reached agreements with star players, including the Brooklyn Nets (Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving), Boston Celtics (Kemba Walker) and Philadelphia 76ers (Tobias Harris and Al Horford). The action continued on Day 2 and Day 3, including finalized sign-and-trades for D'Angelo Russell (Golden State Warriors) and Jimmy Butler (Miami Heat).

You can find team-by-team analysis on all of the movement here.

Note: The latest updates will be posted here, with teams sorted alphabetically. The most recent additions include Markieff Morris to the Pistons, Alec Burks to the Thunder and T.J. McConnell to the Pacers.