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C.J. Watson signs with the Nets

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C.J. Watson has agreed to a two-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets, according to multiple reports.

The Bulls did not pick up the $3.2 million team option for the backup point guard. He later cleared waivers and signed a two-year deal with the Nets for the league minimum and will backup Deron Williams.

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I believe Omer Asik's minuses outweigh his plusses, especially free throw shooting. Why don't you have Omer shoot left handed free throws, forcing him become acutely aware of technique changes that improve shooting percentage, which he can then apply to right handed shooting.

He isn't improving at free throws at all which very negatively affects winning vs losing. Shaquille and Wilt Chamberlain never did improve. .

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