Now that the NBA’s free agency period has started to cool down a bit, it’s time NBA betting fans take a look at who got the best deals in the off-season. It’s true that there weren’t a whole lot of bargains on the shelf, as teams went into a spending frenzy. On just the first day of the signing period, teams spent a total of $1.4 billion. However, some of the free agents who were not signed right away became part of deals that were fairly good values for the team, especially when you consider their past production and future potential.
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