|July 6 8:42 PM PT9:42 PM MT10:42 PM CT11:42 PM ET3:42 GMT11:42 8:42 PM MST10:42 PM EST7:42 UAE (+1)05:4223:42 ET10:42 PM CT2:42 - The Suns have agreed to terms with Barbosa on a two-year, $8 million contract. According to a person with knowledge of the negotiations, the second year of the deal contains only $500,000 in guaranteed money.
Analysis: Barbosa will have his third stint with Phoenix, having spent his first seven NBA seasons there from 2003-10 and returning to the team for the 2013-14 campaign. The 13-year veteran played the last two seasons with Golden State and averaged 6.4 points and 15.9 minutes in 68 games in 2015-16.
|Dec. 30 9:22 PM PT10:22 PM MT11:22 PM CT12:22 AM ET5:22 GMT13:22 10:22 PM MST12:22 AM EST9:22 UAE06:220:22 ET11:22 PM CT3:22 - Barbosa returned to action in Thursday's game against the Lakers.
Analysis: The backup guard is playing for the first time since injuring his shoulder on Christmas Day, causing him to miss nine games.
|July 13 2:35 PM PT3:35 PM MT4:35 PM CT5:35 PM ET21:35 GMT5:35 2:35 PM MST4:35 PM EST1:35 UAE (+1)23:3517:35 ET4:35 PM CT20:35 - The deal struck last week between the Golden State Warriors and veteran guard Leandro Barbosa is complete. The Warriors announced Barbosa's signing Monday. The contract is worth about $2.5 million.
Analysis: The 32-year-old combo guard is one of coach Steve Kerr's favorites from their time together in Phoenix, where Kerr was the general manager. The Brazilian-born Barbosa averaged 7.1 points and 1.5 assists in 14.9 minutes last season with the NBA champion Warriors. He served as a reserve behind MVP Stephen Curry and All-Star guard Klay Thompson. Barbosa has averaged 11.4 points, 2.3 assists and 2.1 rebounds in his 12-year career.
|July 6 8:14 PM PT9:14 PM MT10:14 PM CT11:14 PM ET3:14 GMT11:14 8:14 PM MST10:14 PM EST7:14 UAE (+1)05:1423:14 ET10:14 PM CT2:14 - A person with knowledge of the details says the Golden State Warriors and veteran guard Leandro Barbosa have agreed to a $2.5 million, one-year deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Monday night on condition of anonymity because contracts can't be completed until the NBA's moratorium on free agency ends Thursday. ESPN first reported the agreement.
Analysis: Barbosa averaged 7.1 points and 1.5 assists in 14.9 minutes last season with the NBA champion Warriors.