July 10 is the beginning of when all free agent deals can first become official.  This comes 10 days after most big names are grabbed and signed by teams.  Here is an updated list of who has OFFICIALLY signed from deals unofficially signed but agreed upon prior to July 10.

  1. Josh Smith signs with the Pistons: four years, $54 million-July 6-agreement
  2. Paul Millsap signs with the Hawks:  two years, $19 million.
  3. J.J. Redick signs with the Clippers: Four years, $27 million-July 2 agreement via sign and trade.
  4. Dorell Wright signs with the Blazers: Two years, $6 million-July 6 agreement.
  5. Robert Sacre re-signs with the Lakers.
  6. Mike Dunleavy Jr. signs with the Bulls: Two years, $6 milion-July 1 agreement.
  7. Pablo Prigioni re-signs with the Knicks: Three years, $6 million-July 4 agreement.
  8. Chris Paul re-signs with the Clippers: five years, $107 million-July 1 agreement.
  9. Darren Collison signs with the Clippers: Two years, $3.8 million-July 6 agreement.
  10. Chris Anderson re-signs with the Heat:  one-year at a veteran minimum deal.
Dwight Howard is unofficially officially on his way to Houston.  That deal is not far from official completion.  Same goes for all of the other big free agent signings and re-signings which include Chris Copeland to the Pacers, Andre Iguodala to the Warriors, J.R. Smith re-signing with the Knicks and David West returning to Indiana.
By:   Mike Lindsley, "Mid-Day with Mike," M-F 1-4, Yankees pre/post game host on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio.  Follow him on Twitter at Twitter.com/MikeLSports.