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Signing day arrives in the NBA, though top free agents haven't signed yet

FILE - This May 13, 2014 file photo shows Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat, left, shooting over Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert during the first half of game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinal NBA basketball playoff series in Indianapolis. Gortat has signed his five-year, $60 million contract to remain with the Washington Wizards. The Wizards announced Thursday that the Polish center had signed the deal on the first day permitted under NBA free agency rules. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)

FILE - This May 13, 2014 file photo shows Washington Wizards center Marcin Gortat, left, shooting over Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert during the first half of game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinal NBA basketball playoff series in Indianapolis. Gortat has signed his five-year, $60 million contract to remain with the Washington Wizards. The Wizards announced Thursday that the Polish center had signed the deal on the first day permitted under NBA free agency rules. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)  (The Associated Press)

Signing day has arrived in the NBA, though the biggest free agents aren't rushing to grab their pens.

Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh might be waiting on LeBron James — isn't everybody? — before making their decisions. There's been no indication when James plans to do so.

In the meantime, Kyle Lowry and Marcin Gortat signed contracts to remain with their teams, while Chandler Parsons and Gordon Hayward inked offer sheets that could land them on new ones.

Teams and players could negotiate and agree to deals since July 1, but contracts couldn't be signed or trades made until Thursday, after the moratorium period ended and next season's salary cap was set.