Get ready for some action. The only precedent to the wild wheeling-and-dealing that is about to unfold over the next four weeks came back in 1999, when the NBA resumed action after its first-ever lockout. At that time, Milwaukee had a solid core of young players, including Ray Allen and Glenn Robinson, so General Manager Bob Weinhauer didn’t make any sweeping changes. The team’s offseason moves consisted mainly of signing two guards in the twilight of their careers: Dell Curry and Vinny Del Negro. Curry was a grand pickup, if for no other reason than the expert tutelage he provided to a young Allen.