The NBA free agent signing period begins on Friday, and while the new Collective Bargaining Agreement clearly favors ownership, it's inevitable that some League general manager won't be able to help himself, and will ink some middling player to a ridiculous contract (Max deal for Nene? Going once, going twice... Sold to...!)
It's as sure as LeBron James' receding headband: some fat, weak-ankled, dunked upon player is going to be unjustifiably rich in a couple weeks. After all, this is the National Basketball Association. Where failed decisions happen. From Allan Houston's inexplicable $100 million deal to Jon Koncak's franchise-crippling contract, we here are the 25 Worst Free-Agent Signings in NBA History.
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