A Do-over for Every Major NBA Free-Agency Signing This Offseason

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A Do-over for Every Major NBA Free-Agency Signing This Offseason
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Jefferson signed with Charlotte, but would he shine brighter in another city?

Well, it's officially the dead period of the NBA offseason. The draft is long past, all the major free agents have been snatched up and essentially all excitement has died off until October.

So how do we spice things up? By getting into some hypotheticals. In this case: assigning this summer's biggest free agents to new destinations that would work just as well, if not better, than the ones they actually chose. Basically, a complete do-over of the free-agency process.

To make things a little more fun, we'll operate under the assumption that each player is willing to sign for a little less than they did in reality (it is a hypothetical, after all). Additionally, it's unrestricted free agents only—as Jeff Teague recently showed us, restricted free agents don't often get to actually choose where they end up.

All the ground rules have been established, so let's get to it, shall we?


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