Winners and Losers from 2012 NBA Free Agency Thus Far
This has been a fast-paced whirlwind of an NBA free-agent season. The field is littered with losers and winners.
The Lakers and Nets are the class of the "winners" column after nabbing the most notable free agents out there.
Brooklyn was teetering on the brink of utter humiliation, desperate to re-sign Deron Williams. It needed a good team to bolster its big move to NYC, and it likely secured such a roster with the acquisitions of Joe Johnson and Gerald Wallace.
This is an expensive roster, but owner Mikhail Prokhorov doesn't care. He probably makes what it takes to pay the team's luxury tax over the course of a day.
Los Angeles made one big move in acquiring Steve Nash in a sign-and-trade. Life is good when you can upgrade from Ramon Sessions to one of the greatest point guards ever.
Life is not so good, though, when you miss out on Steve Nash as the New York Knicks did. They were so close to securing Nash for the mere cost of Iman Shumpert, but L.A. swooped in at the last minute.
But perhaps life is worst for Mark Cuban. He's staring at the rubble of a title contender—a rebuilding process he began in hopes of landing Dwight Howard or Deron Williams. Neither free agent currently looks to be available, and Tyson Chandler is playing splendidly for the Knicks.
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