1. Sacramento Kings, 27.1 points

Name a trigger for misery and a Kings fan can relate, even if you ignore the fact that the franchise hasn't won a championship since moving to Sacramento in 1985. The Kings haven't made the playoffs since 2006 (the longest drought in the NBA) and hasn't won a playoff series since 2004, meaning that a teenage sports fan can't remember seeing the franchise triumph in anything important.

But it gets worse. In the fleeting moment in which the Kings were really good, they lost to the Lakers in the 2002 Western Conference Finals after some controversial officiating in Game 6 (the name Tim Donaghy ring a bell?) and an overtime loss at home in Game 7. And speaking of the Lakers, Kings fans have had to watch Lakers fans celebrate five championships since 2000 and have to stomach watching Warriors fans celebrate their current three-championship (and counting) dynasty.

But for the first time in a while, there's hope. The Kings' young core jelled nicely this season. The Kings didn't make the playoffs and will remain in this spot for now, but there's actually hope.
http://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/2...ssional-sports

Yeah it's hard being a Kings fan but at least we are suffering together.