Top 10 Worst Free Agent Signings In NBA History
Saturday , Jul , 06 , 2013 Paul Eide

Top 10 Worst Free Agent Signings In NBA History

When a team signs a new player via the free agent market, optimism abounds.

HoopsVibe Very Quick Call: The optimism should be tempered because history is littered with free agent signings gone awry.

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Is Larry Hughes ‘Willing’ to support Boston Celtics?

Marc J. Spears: Celtics still need swingman behind Pierce and Allen.Could it be Larry Hughes? Word is Cs and CHA interested. Hughes looking good in workoutsTwitter

HoopsVibe's Very Quick Call: He remains versatile.

Larry Hughes is no longer a blending star, but can still play and defend all three perimeter positions. His unique skill-set would help numerous teams, especially his alleged number one suitor the Boston Celtics. 

Coach Doc Rivers could use Hughes as Ray Allen and/or Paul Pierce's primary back-up. The veteran could also get minutes at the back-up point guard spot if Nate Robinson gets injured or if the green-and-white goes big.

Best of all, Hughes has the athleticism to take over for Tony Allen as the club's lockdown defender. Let's be clear: Hughes can't replace Allen, a terrific on-the-ball defender. He can, however, play the same role because of his physical attributes.

Currently, these are hypotheticals. One question is still to be answered: would Hughes accept a supporting role?

Fair or not, right or wrong, Hughes has a reputation for demanding shots, touches, and minutes. In Boston, his role would fluctuate. There'd be no guarantee of shots, touches, or minutes.

His sacrifice could result in a championship, though. The Celtics have added Jermaine and Shaquille O'Neal to a nucleus that was one quarter from winning an NBA Title.

So he is versatile. But is he willing?

--Oly Sandor.

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