Biggest NBA Trade Fails of the 2012-13 NBA Season

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Biggest NBA Trade Fails of the 2012-13 NBA Season
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Despite being a heralded move at the time, the Philadelphia 76ers' acquisition of Andrew Bynum turned out to be a bust.

From James Harden to Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum, the fortunes of NBA franchises have been changed for better and for worse due to big-time gambles taken over the summer and at the trade deadline.

Ideally, a trade will satisfy all parties involved, either through salary cap relief or the addition of desired talent.

The harsh reality is that some trades wind up being major busts, particularly when players are deficient in certain areas of the game or struggle to perform to the desired level of the team that made the acquisition.

Note: Sign-and-trades were not considered for the purposes of this slideshow.

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