While many NBA teamshave been busily trying to reach agreements with free agents, the Warriors havebeen quiet. Actually, some might suggest theyve been more than quiet. Somemight suggest dormant.Outside of missingout on Brandon Roy, it doesnt seem like the Warriors have been in onmuch.But its not thetime to panic.First of all, theWarriors were never going to be a player for the big names. They just donthave that much money to spend somewhere in the 3 to 4 million range,according to GM Bob Myers.But theres anotherreason Warriors fans shouldnt fret about their teams inactivity. Because nowis when the big mistakes are made.In other words, ifyoure not in the game at this point, you cant make the kind of monstermistake that can set your franchise back. On one level, it makes perfect sensefor the Warriors to hold tight right now, and wait for the going rates ofplayers to come down a little bit.Thats what usuallyhappens as free agency continues and more and more money dries up.Here are some dealsthat down the line may prove to be costly blunders:Omer Asik,three-year offer sheet with Houston worth 25 million: Look, Asik isintriguing, no doubt. But he played 14 minutes a game last year, averaging 3.1points and 5.3 rebounds per game. He hasnt proven hes an NBA starter yet, forcrying out loud.JamalCrawford, four-year deal with L.A. Clippers worth 25 million: Thelast two years of this deal dont appear to be guaranteed, but still. Thats alot of money for Crawford, who has become mostly a sparkplug off thebench.GeraldWallace, four-year deal with Brooklyn worth 40 million: Wow. Hey,Wallace plays hard, and hes a nice piece. But 10 million per season isridiculous for him. Then again, money is no object in Brooklyn so whats it toyou?Jeremy Lin,four-year offer sheet with Houston worth 29 million: Few NBA playershave burst onto the scene out of nowhere like Lin did last year. Still, whenyou strip away all the hype and all the buzz, is Lin capable of being astarting point guard on a very good team? We dont know the answer to that. Butif he cant be, then youre spending an average of more than 7 million per seasonon a backup. Risky.MichaelBeasley, three-year deal with Phoenix for 18 million: Youve got tobe kidding me.GoranDragic, four-year offer sheet with Phoenix for 34 million: Didntthe Suns just trade Dragic for Aaron Brooks a little over a year ago? And nowthey want him back at more than 8 million per year. Yikes!EricGordon, four-year offer sheet with Phoenix worth 58 million: Hey,Gordon is a pretty good player, but is he a 15 million per year player? Thatseems awfully high for an undersized two guard who is coming off injury and whohas never been much of a defender.But the bigger pointis this: If Phoenix executes its plan, it will have spent 110 million onGordon, Dragic and Beasley. As Ernest Hemingway would say: Somecore.NicolasBatum, four-year offer sheet with Minnesota worth approximately 45 to 50million: Batum is a heck of a defensive player, but his offense needswork. Hes an improving player, no doubt. But were talking about a contracthere worth between 11 million and 13 million a year. Be glad your teamdoesnt want to pony up that kind of money for that kind of player.LandryFields, three-year offer sheet with Toronto worth 19 million: Landryis a role player, a glue guy, if you will. Lots of teams would love to have him but not at 6-plus million per season.