Building the All-Overpaid 2014 NBA Free-Agency Team

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Building the All-Overpaid 2014 NBA Free-Agency Team
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Trips to the bank are more comical for some than they are for others.

Take certain NBA free agents, who are no doubt laughing all the way to their local counting house.

Plenty of, shall we say, questionable contracts were handed out this summer. We're not here to debate that. We're not even here to rank the severity of such overpays. 

We're here to turn price-gouging pacts into an actual basketball team!

(Pauses until riotous cheers of anticipation subside.)

Building such an expensive convocation isn't about pinpointing the worst contracts of the 2014 free-agency period. Some members will be owners of the absolute worst contracts; others won't. 

This is about assembling poorly priced deals by position, and then taking into account their length and value. 

For fans of financially prudent teams, this will be entertaining practice. Those who support spendthrift franchises, meanwhile, are urged to take a deep breath and distance themselves from sharp objects that can double as painful weapons.

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