Biggest NBA Free-Agent Bargains Remaining During 2013 Offseason

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Biggest NBA Free-Agent Bargains Remaining During 2013 Offseason
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There's never a bad time for a bargain, but NBA life after 2011's collective bargaining agreement has been especially frugal.

Unless you're Mikhail Prokhorov. He may be under the impression spending obscene amounts of money entitles you to luxury taxis. For the rest of the league, however, stretching dollars is no longer just the purview of crafty, money-balling front offices. It's a necessity.

Whether building rotations, surrounding stars with role players or just stocking up on emergency depth, some of the league's best free-agent decisions haven't happened yet. Once the big spending subsides, it's time for bargain  hunters to pick through the remains.

Some of which aren't too shabby.

Kenyon Martin's agreement with the New York Knicks, per Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, takes one of those targets off the market, but there's certainly more where he came from. 

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