Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Crawford not a good free-agent fit for Bulls
By Tom Haberstroh
Jamal Crawford's need to dominate the ball doesn't make him a great fit for the Bulls.
You know that sinking feeling of buyer's remorse?
Well, NBA general managers know it, too. With win-now fanbases and demanding owners, some NBA decision-makers have no choice but to swing for the fences during free agency. Inevitably, they end up striking out from time to time.
It's not easy to stay rational under the gun, and with an accelerated free-agency period, every front office will feel like a pressure cooker. If history serves as a guide, there's bound to be some regretful deals handed out in the coming weeks.