NBA Franchise’s Worst Four

Posted on Jul 18 2015 - 10:24am by Sam Dusenbury Jr

Orlando Magic
JJ Redick, Ike Austin, Gilbert Arenas, Shawn Kemp
#NeverForget the sad sight that was a overweight Reign Man that could hardly dunk

Philadelphia 76ers
Shawn Bradley, Keith Van Horn, Scott Williams, Elton Brand
#NeverForget the most posterized big man in NBA history and owner of one of the most disappointing 30 for 30’s

Phoenix Suns
Josh Childress, Marcus Banks, Hedo Turkoglu, Armen Gilliam
#NeverForget Gilliam was taken second overall in the 1987 Draft before the likes of Scottie Pippen, Kevin Johnson and Reggie Miller

Portland Trial Blazers
Sam Bowie, Greg Oden, Darius Miles, Ruben Patterson
#NeverForget the Jail Blazers – that’s a 30 for 30 that needs to be done

Sacramento Kings
Joe Kleine, Pervis Ellison, Jimmer Fredette, Thomas Robinson
#NeverForget Never Nervous Pervis went number one overall in a draft that had Shawn Kemp, Glen Rice and Tim Hardaway in it

San Antonio Spurs
Felipe Lopez, Tracy Murray, TJ Ford, Antonio McDyess
#NeverForget how hard it took me to find actual busts and free agent flops for Coach Pop

Toronto Raptors
Andrea Bargnani, Charlie Villanueva, Hakeem Olajuwon, Hedo Turkoglu
#NeverForget that the Dream shake finally ended in T-dot

Utah Jazz
Luther Wright, Andrei Kirilenko, Carlos Boozer, Greg Ostertag
AK-47 showed brief flashes of fantastic all-around play during his rookie deal only to have his numbers decline after getting a six year 86 million dollar extension, the ultimate con artist.

Washington Bullets/Wizards
Juwan Howard, Gilbert Arenas, Calbert Cheaney, Kwame Brown
One could make the case that Kwame could be a franchise worst for every team he signed a contract for

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