NBA free agency 2019 rumour roundup: List of Day Four deals

The fourth day of free agency was filled with minor moves and a few trades.

Darius Miller has re-signed with the Pelicans.   -  (Getty Images)

The fourth day of free agency was filled with minor moves and a few trades.

The Grizzlies may have been the most active team, as they reportedly completed a pair of trades. Elsewhere, Markieff Morris signed with the Pistons while the Mavericks added backup center Boban Marjanovic.

Here’s a complete list of deals from the fourth day of free agency

(All trades reported by ESPN and The Athletic)

— The 76ers continued to fill out their roster by inking guard Raul Neto to a one-year minimum contract. 

— Markieff Morris is heading to the Pistons on a one-year deal. He has scored 11.6 points per game over his eight-year career. 

— The Mavericks added depth in the frontcourt. They inked veteran center Boban Marjanovic to a two-year, USD 7 million contract. 

— Quinn Cook became an unrestricted free agent as the Warriors rescinded his qualifying offer. Cook averaged 6.9 points in 14.3 minutes per game last season. 

— The Timberwolves continued to adjust their roster. They acquired Jake Layman from the Trail Blazers in a sign-and-trade. He agreed to a three-year, USD 11.5 million contract with Minnesota. "We’re extremely appreciative of how hard (Portland general manager) Neil Olshey worked with us to accommodate what we were trying to accomplish in this sign and trade,” Layman's agent, Mark Bartelstein told ESPN.

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— The Pacers signed another guard on Wednesday as they inked T. J. McConnell to a two-year, USD 7 million contract. Indiana also added Malcolm Brogdon and Jeremy Lamb earlier this week.

— The Grizzlies moved off of Chandler Parsons' contract when they sent him to the Hawks in exchange for Solomon Hill and Miles Plumlee. The Grizzlies also acquired Josh Jackson, De'Anthony Melton and two second-round picks from the Suns, who received Kyle Korver and Jevon Carter in the trade. Phoenix is planning to buy out Korver.

— The Pelicans could have one of the deepest rosters in the NBA next season. They re-signed wing Darius Miller to a two-year, USD 14.25 million deal. He hit 36.5 percent of his 3-point attempts last season.