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Chrisclover
05-07-2014, 11:24 PM
We have threads ranking players based on their positive impact,now I have a new idea,how about creating one to rank players according to their negative impact on &off court?
Here is the list(I will update it if somebody suggest others):
Andrew Bynum
Jr Smith
Demarcus Cousins
JaVale McGee
MWP (Artest)
Dennis Rodman
Rudy Gay
Beasley
Gilbert Arenas
Delonte West
They either did numerous funny things or did detrimental or antics--however you describe.

Chrisclover
05-07-2014, 11:25 PM
Mods,if this thread is inappropriate,please delete it.

JesusNYY_Savior
05-07-2014, 11:25 PM
Andrea Barngani who I actually like but just kills any team he is on. And if that wasn't reason enough he has a girls name.

mdm692
05-07-2014, 11:31 PM
Rodman got hardware to back up his antics and toughness. MWP also got a ring and backs it up in the defensive end.

Jamiecballer
05-07-2014, 11:50 PM
andrea barngani who i actually like but just kills any team he is on. And if that wasn't reason enough he has a girls name.

x1000

*Superman*
05-07-2014, 11:52 PM
No one tops Bynum. Guy is a turd.

mightybosstone
05-08-2014, 01:09 AM
Rodman and Artest really don't seem like fair additions on this list. Both guys had points in their careers where they may have been considered cancers, but they also were integral pieces on championship teams. If we're talking current players, it would be pretty hard to find a guy to top Bynum. JR Smith would certainly crack my top 5, though, so not a bad backup option. Cousins is starting to get to the point where is talent is almost worth the antics and the positive is starting to outweigh the negative. But just barely.

Chrisclover
05-08-2014, 01:12 AM
Cousins is an unfettered beast who would beat teammates and the officials alike. I dont get why he has such a short temper

rex.reyesiii
05-08-2014, 04:01 AM
JR Smith is #1 since Denver days for me for the current.

SeoulBeatz
05-08-2014, 05:17 AM
Rodman and Artest really don't seem like fair additions on this list. Both guys had points in their careers where they may have been considered cancers, but they also were integral pieces on championship teams. If we're talking current players, it would be pretty hard to find a guy to top Bynum. JR Smith would certainly crack my top 5, though, so not a bad backup option. Cousins is starting to get to the point where is talent is almost worth the antics and the positive is starting to outweigh the negative. But just barely.


Yeah I'd take prime Rodman/ Artest on the Sixers any day of the week. Sure they were knuckleheads in their day but they both brought intensity and intimidation night in and night out.

It's an insult to them to be included with the likes of J.R Smith and Bynum.

You need a player like Rodman or Artest on every team. You need that pesky specialist that everyone loves to hate.

PurpleLynch
05-08-2014, 06:02 AM
Bynum or Smith,thats the question. Mcgee,Rodman and MWP don't belong to that category.I'd put Bargnani in there,along with Beasley,Arenas and Delonte West.

DitchDat
05-08-2014, 06:31 AM
I would have to go with Bynum; The other guys are goofballs, but I don't believe anyone of them drags his team down like Bynum.

R. Johnson#3
05-08-2014, 06:59 AM
Rudy Gay belongs on there.

amos1er
05-08-2014, 07:17 AM
Bynum.

Chrisclover
05-08-2014, 07:43 AM
Yeah I'd take prime Rodman/ Artest on the Sixers any day of the week. Sure they were knuckleheads in their day but they both brought intensity and intimidation night in and night out.

It's an insult to them to be included with the likes of J.R Smith and Bynum.

You need a player like Rodman or Artest on every team. You need that pesky specialist that everyone loves to hate.
MWP elbowed and fought with others and got suspended.
Rodman became a friend of Fat Kim and got called as a traitor

Vince70
05-08-2014, 07:57 AM
JR Rider
Rasheed Wallace
Latrell Sprewell
Cedric Ceballos going awol from the Lakers during the 95-96 season.
Kobe Bryant in 03-04 season with several court dates (out of state/late afternoon) on a gameday for the Lakers.

mightybosstone
05-08-2014, 10:00 AM
I'm surprised no one has mentioned Josh Smith. The guy hasn't had a ton of problems off the court, but he's a cancer on the court, sucking the offensive efficiency from any team he plays for. The guy is terrible. Rudy Gay also belongs in that discussion to a lesser extent.