The Worst Free-Agency Decision for Every NBA Team During 2013 Offseason

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The Worst Free-Agency Decision for Every NBA Team During 2013 Offseason
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While every NBA team strives to have a perfect offseason, that's a goal that only a select few organizations can meet. The rest are bound to make at least one free-agency decision that they'll come to regret. 

During the 2013 offseason, eight teams have managed to coast by without making any mistakes. But that means 22 have made at least one poor decision. 

Some teams have signed the wrong players, while others have failed to bring back or acquire guys who would have greatly aided their cause. Whether it's during the 2013-14 season or down the road, all 22 franchises will look back with 20/20 vision and wonder why their sight was so cloudy during the summer. 

It's also important to note that while all of the upcoming moves qualify as "worst decisions," there are varying degrees. Some are just awful moves, while others could have been slightly better. 

If you aren't a fan of one of the eight mistake-free teams, here's hoping your favorite squad falls into the latter category. 


Note: All stats, unless otherwise indicated, come from Basketball-Reference.

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