Breaking Down the 2012 NBA Offseason's Best & Worst

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Breaking Down the 2012 NBA Offseason's Best & Worst
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NFL analysts might believe that the men of the pigskin provide unrivaled excitement during their offseason, but the NBA has given them a fight with its offseason action. There's been drama regarding the No. 1 selection in the draft. That predicated the excitement over the draft itself.

Two teams have been sold this offseason. The New Orleans Hornets left the hands of the league. The Memphis Grizzlies were announced to be going to a computer hardware magnate, although the sale has yet to be approved.

Free agency has seen plenty of fervor. Some laudable deals went down, such as the signing of Ray Allen with the Miami Heat. Meanwhile, some signings haven't been so bright.

Players like Steve Nash and Joe Johnson have been traded, reshaping the NBA landscape.

And you can't forget Olympic hoops.

These are among the most exciting things that have been happening this offseason. Here's a guide of the highlights and lowlights of the offseason.

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