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LA Clippers 13 34.21%
Memphis Grizzlies 5 13.16%
Minnesota Timberwolves 6 15.79%
Kings 8 21.05%
Other (if thats possible) 6 15.79%
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Old 08-05-2009, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay, we all know that the Clippers, Grizzlies and T-Wolves are pretty horrible. But who is really the King of Failure? Tough question, they are all pretty damn horrible, but who takes the cake? Forget about the records and stats, who has the worst atmosphere, the worst fan base, the worst city in which they play in. Think about it...
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I think right now, I'd say the Kings are pretty fuckin' horrible. I mean, outside of Martin who do they really have?
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Old 08-05-2009, 02:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I think right now, I'd say the Kings are pretty fuckin' horrible. I mean, outside of Martin who do they really have?
Your right, could you add them to the poll?
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Clippers, Pacers, T- Wolves, New Jersey, Bucks are all in the mix.
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You guys are talking like a fat chick that just lost 5 pounds.

We were one of the worst teams last year. Remember?

(I might write a book on fat chick analogies)
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I have to choose a team that's not on this list. All these teams have good young talent. But the Pacers are void of good, young talent unless you include the overvalued Granger and Hansborough. Also, they have no decent veterans unless you like T-Murph and Dunleavy. I believe they are much worse off than any of these teams.
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the clippers because no matter what city they played for they were always errible. terrible in buffalo, terrible in l.a., terrible in san diego. it doesn't matter where they go or who they get they just can't seem to change the outcome
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The Clippers, 2 winning seasons in 30yrs. Does anyone really need to say more?
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The Clippers, 2 winning seasons in 30yrs. Does anyone really need to say more?
they've had 6 in 39 years since becoming the buffalo braves in 1970.
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they've had 6 in 39 years since becoming the buffalo braves in 1970.
And that's better? My point is, 2 winning seasons in the last 30yrs... no other team in the history of the NBA has ever been that bad, period.
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clippers hands down....and the fact that they love to destroy young talent and draft horribly.....clippers win this one....
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I think right now, I'd say the Kings are pretty fuckin' horrible. I mean, outside of Martin who do they really have?
They have Evans. He is really good too. I would say Milwaukee. They flat out suck
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The Clippers are nowhere near the worst team in the league. They tanked last season because of all the injuries. I'm going to go out on a limb here and I'm going to say that they win 25 or more games if they stay healthy. That's six games better than last year. I think that's being conservative.

Zach Randolph: 39 Games
Marcus Camby: 62 Games
Chris Kaman: 32 Games
Baron Davis: 62 Games
Ricky Davis: 36 Games

That's a lot of missed games out of the rotation. If that happened to the Raptors they probably would have landed around where the Clippers did last season.

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i chose Minny.
seriously, remove Al Jefferson and that team is an NBDL team.
the fact that i put them worst in the league is also because their best player is a 20/10 PF - which is something most teams have anyway. they wasted a draft pick on a player who probably wont play there next season, and they will be starting a rookie PG - thats pretty much the worst sign of a bad team.
young nucleus, will be good in the future, but as for next season, they are going to be pretty damn horrible.
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They're down there preeetty low. They gave away Miller and Foye for little help right now.

Insider, jersey and Indiana are going to be hot in pursuit of Minnesota.
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i chose Minny.
seriously, remove Al Jefferson and that team is an NBDL team.
the fact that i put them worst in the league is also because their best player is a 20/10 PF - which is something most teams have anyway. they wasted a draft pick on a player who probably wont play there next season, and they will be starting a rookie PG - thats pretty much the worst sign of a bad team.
young nucleus, will be good in the future, but as for next season, they are going to be pretty damn horrible.
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They're down there preeetty low. They gave away Miller and Foye for little help right now.

Insider, jersey and Indiana are going to be hot in pursuit of Minnesota.
i originally thought Indy would be horrible as well, but they didnt have much talent last season yet they strung together a few close games and were very competitive.
as long as Troy Murphy is healthy, as is Granger, and Ford - they wont suck. they wont be good either, but i dont see them being complete cake walks.

I'm glad you mentioned NJ, Apollo. i forgot about them.
Devin Harris and a pile of scrubs. i like Lopez, but he isnt going to provide anything on the offense... they are going to get blown away all year long. yuck.
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i chose Minny.
seriously, remove Al Jefferson and that team is an NBDL team.
the fact that i put them worst in the league is also because their best player is a 20/10 PF - which is something most teams have anyway. they wasted a draft pick on a player who probably wont play there next season, and they will be starting a rookie PG - thats pretty much the worst sign of a bad team.
young nucleus, will be good in the future, but as for next season, they are going to be pretty damn horrible.
They'd still have Kevin Love, but ya, they would be horrible
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The Kings have nothing cept for Tyreke Evans and Kevin Martin. They're definitely the worst team in the NBA atm.

The worst of all-time would be the Clippers, the only way I can see anyone showing up to a Clippers game (before for this upcoming season) is if they bought the wrong tickets. I mean comon 2 winning seasons our of 30 as Jeff stated?
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I think right now, I'd say the Kings are pretty fuckin' horrible. I mean, outside of Martin who do they really have?
I agree completly!!!

I think the Bucks are going to be baaaaad too...Red has to score 26 again for them to do anything & I don't think he can get back to that same form.

I would say the Kings & the Bucks will combine for 15 wins LOL
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