We love our instant analysis, don't we? Once a trade goes down, we don't wait five minutes to declare a winner and loser. And there's nothing better than feasting on a GM who has made an obviously lopsided deal. (Just ask Wayne Krivsky about that.) Sometimes, though, we all get it wrong. The scouts guys, the numbers guys, the fanboys and the fangirls. Sometimes the team that looks like it got rooked was really the one selling the bill of goods. Sometimes the deal really was too good to be true.
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