The seventh day of NBA free agency was one of the busiest in a while, as the guard signings of the day have already been discussed. This was a day that saw the Warriors and Cavaliers each make moves, while the Grizzles signed a notable veteran player and the Heat doled out more money.

James Johnson resigns with the Heat

The Miami Heat have doled more money in free agency, this time to resign key bench player James Johnson. Both sides agreed to a four-year deal worth $60 million. This comes after the team paid four-years, $52 million to resign Dion Waiters and four-years, $50 million to get free agent Kelly Olynyk.

Johnson spent seven years as a journeyman around the NBA before signing with the Heat last season. He then had the best year of his career, with highs in points (12.8), rebounds (4.9), assists (3.6) and three-point percentage (34%).

Tyreke Evans signs with the Grizzles

Tyreke Evans has signed a one-year, $3.3 million deal with the Memphis Grizzles. The signing will be a homecoming of sorts for Evans, as he played college ball at the University of Memphis. Last season the former Rookie of the Year played for the New Orleans Pelicans before being sent to the Sacremento Kings as part of the DeMarcus Cousins trade. For both teams, he averaged a combined 10.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists while shooting 40.5% from the field and 35.6% on three-pointers.

Zaza Pachulia stays with the defending champs

The Golden State Warriors have veteran Zaza Pachulia, who was a key player as their starter in a three-center rotation last season. Last season, Pachulia's first with the team, he averaged 6.1 points, 5.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 0.8 blocks while shooting 53.4% from the field. The 33-year-old started in all 85 regular season and playoff games that he played in.

Cavaliers add Jeff Green to the roster

The Cleveland Cavaliers have finally made another addition to their roster by signing Jeff Green to a one-year, $2.3 million minimum-level deal. Green's signing, which was first reported by USA Today Sports, looks to hopefully give the Cavaliers bench a much-needed upgrade in terms of depth and versatility.

Due to being in the repeater tax bracket, Green's signing pushes the teams luxury tax up to $46 million. Last season Green played for the Magic and averaged 9.2 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 1.2 assists. However, he had the worst shooting season of his career, shooting 39.4% from the field and 27.5% on three-pointers.