5 teams that absolutely flunked NBA free agency, including the Golden State Warriors

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Pretty much all of the big names are off the market in NBA free agency. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t big moves to be made as the summer continues around the Association. Blockbuster trades will soon be the name of the game.

But with free agency opening at 6:00 PM ET this past Sunday, we already have a lot to draw from it. The Philadelphia 76ers and New Orleans Pelicans did their thing.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, other teams failed their fans during the first two days of NBA free agency. Here, we look at the teams who absolutely flunked their initial test of the summer.

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Golden State Warriors: F

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Why the Golden State Warriors flunked NBA free agency

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Los Angeles Lakers: F

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Why the Los Angeles Lakers flunked NBA free agency

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Detroit Pistons: F

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Why the Detroit Pistons flunked NBA free agency

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Los Angeles Clippers

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Why the Los Angeles Clippers flunked NBA free agency

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Denver Nuggets

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Why the Denver Nuggets flunked NBA free agency

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