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A Guide To Keeping Up With NBA Free Agency

Today's the day, folks. NBA free agency is upon us, and it has been a long time coming. Long enough for ESPN to introduce a "LeBron Tracker," that is.

But how exactly should you keep tabs on everything going on today and in the coming weeks? If you're a diehard like myself, perhaps you should try making the following a daily routine.

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1. Check this site. No, duh.

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2. Follow the right people on Twitter. My suggestions: Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojyahoonba), Marc Spears (@spearsnbayahoo), Marc Stein (@stein_line_HQ), Ric Bucher (@ricbucher), Jason Friedman (@rocketsjcf), Jonathan Feigen (@jonathan_feigen) and, for entertainment purposes, Stephen A. Smith (@stephenasmith). These guys should have you covered on the latest breaking news regarding free agency.

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3. Have a BBQ, obviously. Luis Scola is doing it.

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A little BBQ to wait for the free agency// un asadito para esperar la apertura de el mercado de agentes libres( hoy a medianoche)

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4. Find a good Internet spot. With Hurricane Alex attacking the Texas coast (and with all of the millions of people who will be surfing the web trying to get their free agency fix), it would be ideal for you to do everything that you can to ensure that you will not be losing your Internet conne

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