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  1. #1
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    Most losses this decade

    Most losses in the NBA from Jan. 1, 2010 through Dec. 30, 2019:

    1️⃣ 521 - Sacramento Kings
    2️⃣ 510 - Minnesota Timberwolves
    3️⃣ 491 - Brooklyn Nets
    4️⃣ 486 - Phoenix Suns
    5️⃣ 484 - New York Knicks

    * regular season only

    https://twitter.com/jkubatko/status/1212058584860823555

    I guess being 3rd worst is more “cool” than 5th worst? Lol

  2. #2
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    Kevin Durant continues to prove that he's a giant douche bag.

  3. #3
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    Hey at least we're not the worse team of the decade lol

  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnickNyKnick View Post
    Hey at least we're not the worse team of the decade lol
    we are the worst team since dolan took over in the league

  5. #5
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    We cannot even be the best losers.

  6. #6
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    Whats crazy is that 4 out of 5 teams are in no better position than they were 10 years ago.

  7. #7
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    Sacramento is unsurprising. The only time the "Queens" were relevant was when Webber got out of Washington, an armpit of a town. He was the perfect fit alongside Bibby. Peja and Vlade had a thing but no one can prove it...yet. In the last 5-6 years former assistant GM Scott Perry made some boneheaded trade for veterans that went nowhere. Some team in New York hired him.

    Minnesota was also unsurprising. First of all, Kevin McHale gift wrapped Kevin Garnett to the Celtics before parachuting to Houston. Did anyone think Butler was BS-ing when he was Thibs' drill Sgt? Basically he called Towns a fraud, more interested in personal stats than winning. Miami is the 3rd seed. Minnesota is 8 games under .500.

    Phoenix is a little surprising. Devin Booker was compared to Kobe Bryant (big laugh) but he's a high volume scorer. Then they have DeAndre Ayton who is improved defensively. Suns have inside/out dynamic but is Rubio the answer at point? I dunno.

    Brooklyn Nets should have an honorary banner raised in Boston because they gave Ainge the draft picks to rebuild quickly while taking on the horrible contracts of Kevin "bionic knee" Garnett and Paul Punk. Paul Pierce recounts being in shock when he was traded. Dude, Ainge HATED you. The Celtics were ready to trade Paul Pierce to the Western Conference until the KG deal fell in their lap.

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