Okay so I made a list of who I think are the Top 10 worst players in the NBA as of right now. I didn't include players who played in the D-League most the season or players who went in and out of the D-League. These are all guys who were on an NBA the entire or almost the whole season.
10. Christian Eyenga Lakers
9. Jerome Jordan Knicks
8. Terrel Harris Heat
7. Jason Collins Hawks
6. DeAndre Liggins Magic
5. John Brockman Bucks
4. DaSagana Diop Bobcats
3. Eddy Curry Heat
2. Kyrylo Fesenko Pacers
1. Brain Scalabrine Bulls
Eddy Curry actually didn't suck, he just had weight problems it's alot of other guys worst than him and others on this list.
If your gonna vote thumbs down on my post then I wanna see your top 10
Jason Collins Hawks
The Clippers’ success this offseason is even more impressive when you consider they’ve been without a general manager for most of it. They kind of got things done by committee and it worked out well for them. Now it’s up to head coach Vinny Del Negro, the biggest question mark on the team, to prove he can get the job done. The Clippers extended his contract through this upcoming season, but that’s not much security.
The Lakers visited their avid fans an hour east of Los Angeles with just 60 percent of their projected starting lineup in uniform. Bryant sat out to rest a strained right shoulder, and Howard isn't playing during his deliberate return from offseason back surgery - although he was healthy enough to join in the ''Kobe! Kobe!'' chant that erupted in the first half.
Dragic, who – like Scola -- played for Adelman in Houston two years ago, looked quite comfortable running new elements of the Phoenix show. After spending most of training camp compromised by an ankle injury, the Dragon appeared to have most of his usual burst against Portland.
The 2012-13 season is set to be a tough year for the Huskies regardless due to their postseason ban brought on by poor APR scores. There isn’t a head coaching job at any level that doesn’t come with challenges, though, so it may be somewhat of a blessing in disguise that Ollie potentially deals with these kind of circumstances in his first year. It would certainly serve him well down the line.
The Timberwolves had something very specific in mind when they added Budinger to the mix. Last season they struggled with three-point shooting, ranking just 22nd in the league in spot-up offense, and Budinger’s knack for draining the trey is expected to help. He will also help the team’s miserable transition game, where they ranked just 25th in the NBA last season.
“He is tested. He knows who he is, which is comforting as a coach when a guy goes in and he knows what he is supposed to do and who he is and not going through the wars for the first time. Now we just have to get Terrence up to speed to perform like that each and every day and be consistent with it. And he will. Terrence is a talented, talented young man and his upside is off the charts. He just has to get up to speed on the NBA right now.”