Free Agency 2010: Is The NBA Crumbling Before Our Very Eyes?

July 14th, 2010 by Luka Ladan Leave a reply »
We are now approaching August, which means that all of the free agent fanfare and hoopla is drawing to a close.


Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh went off the board by choosing to play for the Miami Heat next season. LeBron James, arguably the game's biggest star, soon followed. Amare Stoudemire had already signed with the New York Knicks, while Carlos Boozer wound up in Chicago.

David Lee and Joe Johnson will be playing for the Golden State Warriors and Atlanta Hawks, respectively.

Dirk Nowitzki will be taking his talents, as a certain Mr. James put it, to Dallas once again.

So will Brendan Haywood, who will be paired up with Tyson Chandler in the paint next season for the Mavericks.

The list goes on and on as to who went were and for what reasons.

Had enough?

I certainly have.

However, all of the fanfare and hoopla has been not only interesting and quite mind-boggling, but also one-of-a-kind.

This NBA free agency period, one unlike any that the NBA has ever seen before in its illustrious history of experiencing so-called role players, stars, and superstars eit ...

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