NBA Free Agents 2011: Teams Better off Saving Money for 2012 Class 

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NBA Free Agents 2011: Teams Better off Saving Money for 2012 Class 
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The NBA lockout has put a damper on everyone's lives. They need to hurry up and settle all their money woes because I am seriously tired of all these sob stories regarding how NBA players don’t have any money and are moving back to their parents.

Hopefully, we can have a season sometime this year. 

There are a lot of teams who have cap space to make a splash in free agency, but might want to reconsider, as this 2011 free agent class is one of the weakest in recent memory.

The current proposal is to have the same salary cap this year and increase it next year. There is also the amnesty clause where teams can cut players for luxury tax relief and salary cap breaks. This means that players such as Rashard Lewis, Gilbert Arenas and other worthless, high-paid players can be cut.

So as the players and owners duke it out, I am going to take a look at some teams that are better off saving there money for next year's superstar free-agent class.

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