Acing the Test: Grading All 30 NBA Teams Offseason

July 27th, 2010 by John Friel Leave a reply »
The 2010 NBA Summer of Signings has come and gone. We are left to discuss the unbelievable deals, the bad deals, and a few bargain signings that make flea market prices look insane. With each team banking on at least one player that they received over the past month, the summer of 2010 was the most "make or break" period in recent NBA history. With the availability of big names on the market, teams have been planning for years for this momentous occasion and most of the teams that did this came away with little to nothing. Others got luckier. They received what they wanted and then some. Needless to say, this summer has exceeded all expectations when it comes down to entertainment value (right, LeBron), but this summer has also taught us how to conserve money and ace Business 101 or to flunk out by giving 20 million dollars to a player who doesn't exactly deserve it. Begin Slideshow


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