With the second day of NBA free agency having come and gone, even more key players were resgined or have gone to new teams. With that being said let's take a look at where the guards and small forwards of the league went.

Andre Iguodala stays with the champs

The Golden State Warriors dropped more money in free agency by resigning key role player Andre Iguodala. Iguodala received a three-year, $48 million deal from the Warriors, who had to fend off competition from the Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs. Since he joined the Warriors in 2014, Iguodala has averaged 7.4 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.1 steals as one of the best sixth men in the league.

He won Finals MVP in 2015 and was a finalist for the Sixth Man of the Year award this past season.

PJ Tucker blasts off to Houston

The Houston Rockets has signed small forward PJ Tucker to a four-year, $32 million deal. Last season, Tucker averaged 6.7 points, 5.8 rebounds, 1.2 assists and 1.4 steals playing for the Phoenix Suns and Toronto Raptors. He also shot 41.3% from the field and 35.7% on three-pointers last season.

Tucker is regarded as a tough and resilient defender around the league. He will give the Rockets depth behind Trevor Ariza and is a great fallback option after failing to get Igoudala. ESPN's source says that new point guard Chris Paul was key in recruiting Tucker, as the two grew up together in North Carolina.

Kyle Korver stays put in Cleveland

The Cleveland Cavaliers have resigned shooting guard Kyle Korver to a three-year, $22 million deal, a move which saw their luxury tax bill jump from $20.4 million to $42.7 million. Last season with the Atlanta Hawks and Cavaliers, Kover averaged 10.1 points, 2.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and shot 45.1% on three-pointers.

Kyle Lowry gets paid by the Raptors

The Toronto Raptors have handsomely rewarded three-time All-Star point guard Kyle Lowry by giving him a three-year, $100 million deal. Last season, the 31-year-old Lowry averaged career highs in points (22.4), rebounds (4.8), shooting from the field (46.4%) and three-point shooting (41.2%).

He also had 7 assists per game, his second best mark in a season. His deal puts the Raptors in the luxury tax for the first time since 2003-04 season.

Justin Holiday

The Chicago Bulls gave Justin Holiday a two-year, $9 million deal to take him from the New York Knicks, who ESPN's sources say did not even make a competitive offer. Last season, the shooting guard averaged 7.7 points, 2.7 rebounds, and 1.2 assists. He also shot 43.3% from the field and 35.5% on three-pointers.

Ben McLemore

Finally, the Minnesota Timberwolves have come to a deal with former Sacramento Kings lottery pick Ben McLemore on a two-year, $10.7 million deal. Last season, the 24-year-old McLemore averaged 8.1 points and 2.1 rebounds, while playing 19.3 minutes per game. The shooting guard shot 43% from the field and 38.2% on three-pointers.