6 Most Puzzling Signings During 2014 NBA Free-Agency Period

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6 Most Puzzling Signings During 2014 NBA Free-Agency Period
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Let's get weird.

The NBA's offseason has been all kinds of weird, after all.

Some free-agency transactions have made loads of sense. There isn't a soul out there questioning the Cleveland Cavaliers bringing LeBron James back or the Miami Heat's decision to fill (part of) the hole King James left with Luol Deng.

Other moves haven't made as much sense. Lots of moves, actually.

Unexpected additions have become unsurprising—common in the most puzzling way possible.

This doesn't make them bad, though they can be. It doesn't make them good, either. They just are. There are reasons to hate them and love them, to overlook them and recognize them. 

More than anything, there are reasons to stop, stare at many of these free-agency matchups and wonder, "What in the name of Donald Draper is going on here?"

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