Franklin P. Jones once quipped that “a bargain is something you can’t use at a price you can’t resist.” The Warriors were bargain hunters in this summer’s free agent market, and came up with Carl Landry after waiting for his other, richer potential suitors to drop away. Given his eventual price — 2 years at $8 million — there was little risk in bringing in the 6th year power forward. Still, just because the Warriors got a deal on Landry doesn’t mean he’ll be a major contributor to the team. If anything, his everything-must-go price is indicative of how much his game has rapidly deteriorated since his breakout third season...
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