Most Underrated Moves of NBA Free Agency So Far

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Most Underrated Moves of NBA Free Agency So Far

Acquiring a free agent like Dwight Howard, Chris Paul or Josh Smith is the easiest way to make noise during the 2013 NBA offseason, but it's often the underrated signings that have big impacts on the landscape of the Association. 

Players who fly under the radar during the summer and then make headlines during the actual season tend to do positive things for their new—or, if they re-signed, old—teams. Even if they come off the bench, they can still directly affect whether a squad picks up a few extra wins or losses. 

This offseason has been dominated by the big names in a fairly weak class, but there have still been a number of moves that we'll regret not paying more attention to. 

They're the most underrated free-agency moves thus far. 


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