Not every squad realizes it right away — or even in due time — but they should lament something, anything, about their summertime sabbatical. Missed trades. Botched trades. Free-agency strikeouts. Bad signings. Brutal negotiations. Indefensible departures. Dysfunctional front offices.
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There will always be a moment, mistake or decision teams should want back. Let's harp on those misreads, because melding hindsight and nitpicking into one exercise is fun. Certain pangs of discomfort are more serious than others. A few franchises have tied their gold shoes too tight. Others have potentially set themselves back years.
Some issues are of the to-be-determined variety they don't look great now but could still work out. The rest fall somewhere in between. Just to be clear, these are regrets from a bystander's perspective. Most teams would likely defend their cherry-picked qualm because it's still early and they've yet to realize the error of their ways. Are we going to acknowledge the Atlanta Hawks lost two top-75 players over the past two offseasons for a combined return of one low-end first-rounder or nah?
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But they could have done better months ago. Also: They didn't do that well. They needed to take on Jamal Crawford and Diamond Stone to grease the wheels, both of whom they later waived. Millsap's name surfaced on the last summer while Atlanta was (inexplicably) trying to forge an - frontcourt.
It then returned to the speculation factory when the Hawks were contemplating a teardown. On the wrong side of 85 and with free agency on the horizon, Millsap never would have commanded a king's ransom. Atlanta's current front-office regime, headlined by general manager Travis Schlenk, also isn't to blame for the franchise's inaction. That still doesn't let the Hawks off the hook. They'll be lucky if the Houston Rockets pick conveys earlier than No.
75 overall. There's no sense in roasting the Brooklyn Nets for their offseason with a straight face. They forced the Washington Wizards to pay max money for Otto Porter. They continued to restock their first-round pick and prospect cupboards by absorbing unwanted salaries. They were aggressive.
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