March 28, 2014
Misery loves company: The 2013-14 76ers reminded us of some of the worst teams in NBA history.
Getty Images (3)

Jon Wertheim: 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers

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

Chris Ballard: 2008-09 Golden State Warriors

A cast of underachievers and middling bench players made up the roster for the 2008-09 Warriors.
Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Lee Jenkins: 2003-04 New Jersey Nets

Despite plenty of success in New Jersey, Jason Kidd and Byron Scott repeatedly feuded as Nets.
Noren Trotman/Getty Images

Ben Golliver: 2011-12 Portland Trail Blazers

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

Joan Niesen: 2011-13 Minnesota Timberwolves

The Timberwolves couldn't shake the injury bug from '11-13, including an ACL tear for Ricky Rubio.
David Sherman/NBAE/Getty Images

Brad Weinstein: 2000-01 Golden State Warriors

Mookie Blaylock chose playing golf over team practice, a move that epitomized the Warriors' season.
Catherine Steenkeste/Getty Images

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

You May Like