Bucks Podcast #15: Four NBA Offseason Deals We Disliked

In this edition we break down some of the worst signings from the NBA offseason. Get ready for Los Angeles Clippers talk (DeAndre Jordan and Caron Butler), Orlando Magic talk (Glen Davis) and always scintillating Minnesota Timberwolves talk (Kahn's annual backup point guard super deal, starring J.J. Barea). It's a pretty simple format here, as Frank and I bag on teams for spending their money in a questionable manner.


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*Note: The instrumental song used in the background is called "Tonight," produced by The Beat Hero, available atwww.thebeathero.com, and downloaded pursuant to a non-exclusive usage license.

If you would like more information on the 2011 free agent group, you should check out Tom Ziller's full list of restricted and unrestricted free agents and his preliminary breakdown of the field. For constant updates on signings, trades, rumors and offers, be sure to visit the NBA rumor StoryStream.

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