The 20 Worst Free Agent Signings in NBA History

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The 20 Worst Free Agent Signings in NBA History

"The Summer of LeBron" kicks off July 1st, when NBA teams are allowed to start contract negotiations with free agent players.

The depth and quality of the 2010 star-studded free agent class is well known and has dominated discussion in the basketball world for the past eight months.

Will LeBron James stay in Cleveland? Will Chris Bosh join Dwyane Wade in Miami? Will Dirk Nowitzki walk away from Mark Cuban and the Mavericks?

There has been so much talk about who's going where and which teams can improve that everyone has seemed to forget about the ugly side of free agency.

The blockbuster signings who have busted. The franchises that have financially ruined themselves by committing too much to one player.

The bad decisions that happen every... single... year.

With that in mind, let's look at the worst free agent signings in NBA history.

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