Free agency is a chance for teams to fortify their ranks, fill gaps on their rosters with suitable role players, or to attract the next superstar. Oftentimes, this is a simple enough thing if the team knows that there is one available player who embodies exactly what they need. Other times, however, it is more of a leap of faith in which teams have to hope that certain players will turn out to be precisely what the team needs and live up to their contracts.
Obviously, not every free agent signing works out, and every franchise has a list of those that it would most likely prefer to forget. So, here are the six worst free agent signings in Nets’ franchise history.