Bleacher Report’s NBA Offseason Roundtable: A Look Back, Part 2

June 26th, 2010 by Erick Blasco Leave a reply »
With the 2009-2010 playoffs over, it was time for one final look back on certain, players, teams, and events of the season, before turning our undivided attention towards 2010-2011.

To make sense of Kobe Bryant, the Celtics, Tyreke Evans, and last year’s acquisitions, I’ve assembled an all-star team of Bleacherreport writers, Andrew Ungvari, Robert Kleeman, Harrison Moore, and Hadarii Jones, for their expertise on the NBA world. You can read part 1 here:



6) What were the best and worst acquisitions of the 2009-2010 season?

Andrew: It’s hard to argue that Ron Artest wasn’t one of the best acquisitions considering the Lakers accomplished their goal of repeating as champions and Artest was right in the middle of it all. Rasheed Wallace had a miserable regular season but in the playoffs he did what he was brought in to do.

Zach Randolph, Anthony Parker, Arron Afflalo, Kurt Thomas, Darko Milicic, Matt Barnes, Channing Frye, Marcus Camby, Juwan Howard, Quentin Richar ...

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