2 comments on “NBA Free Agency Winners

  1. I think San Antonio should be fifth on the list. I understand that they’ve had a phenomenal off-season, but Milwaukee has added like 534983 pieces, all of which can contribute in some way, and Houston re-upped all of their guy’s and added a KNOWN commodity in Brad Miller. Splitter is still a bit of an unknown. Still yet, I think all 5 of these teams are definite winners in free agency.

  2. I’ll agree there. All San Antonio did was get Tiago Splitter who is unproven and supposely weak on interior defense. We added Gary Neal who is a pretty good shooter but at the same time still unproven and lacks NBA experience. James Anderson was a great pick but we’re talking free agency so that doesn’t count.

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