Even though the current calendar period technically belongs to a different year than last summer's over-hyped free agent signing period, it's only fitting we dub it "The Winter of LeBron."
After all, much of what we've seen thus far this season, almost 50 games in, is the result of management decisions that were made just over six months ago when you know who did you know what on live television.
Of course, it was all about the kids, right? You know it's always about the kids.
Sarcasm aside (almost), isn't it better we don't speak of Queen, er, King James, considering how the success of his traveling circus has proven how fickle we all truly are, and instead focus on some of the other contracts that were signed?
Especially the bad ones because, you know, there's nothing better than bashing overpaid and under-performing pro athletes when the economy is in shambles and unemployment is hovering around nine percent.
Seriously, let's take a look at the 10 worst signings that took place during the Summer of LeBron.