Roundtable: The worst NBA team I ever covered

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Misery loves company: The 2013-14 76ers reminded us of some of the worst teams in NBA history.

Misery loves company: The 2013-14 76ers reminded us of some of the worst teams in NBA history.

Jon Wertheim: 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers

How bad were the '72 Sixers? They lost more games than the 2014 team and started 0-15.

How bad were the '72 Sixers? They lost more games than the 2014 team and started 0-15.

Chris Ballard: 2008-09 Golden State Warriors

A cast of underachievers and middling bench players made up the roster for the 2008-09 Warriors.

A cast of underachievers and middling bench players made up the roster for the 2008-09 Warriors.

Lee Jenkins: 2003-04 New Jersey Nets

Despite plenty of success in New Jersey, Jason Kidd and Byron Scott repeatedly feuded as Nets.

Despite plenty of success in New Jersey, Jason Kidd and Byron Scott repeatedly feuded as Nets.

Ben Golliver: 2011-12 Portland Trail Blazers

Raymond Felton (right) had few fans in Portland -- and even fewer good games with the Blazers.

Raymond Felton (right) had few fans in Portland -- and even fewer good games with the Blazers.

Joan Niesen: 2011-13 Minnesota Timberwolves

The Timberwolves couldn't shake the injury bug from '11-13, including an ACL tear for Ricky Rubio.

The Timberwolves couldn't shake the injury bug from '11-13, including an ACL tear for Ricky Rubio.

Brad Weinstein: 2000-01 Golden State Warriors

Mookie Blaylock chose playing golf over team practice, a move that epitomized the Warriors' season.

Mookie Blaylock chose playing golf over team practice, a move that epitomized the Warriors' season.

Your 2000-01 Warriors: Hall of Fame worthy in their own way.