Do We Have To Go There? The Five Places NBA Players Dread Visiting

August 20th, 2010 by Bob Evans Leave a reply »
Welcome to the list that Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls would appreciate.

Noah, as many of you know, decided to have a war of words with the city of Cleveland after proclaiming that he hates the city because there is nothing going on there, during the playoffs.

Noah is just one of many athletes to discuss their displeasure of having to play games in certain cities in the NBA.

Whether they don't like the long plane ride, the atmosphere, the nightlife, the food, the culture, or just don't like the state: athletes all have different reasons for not wanting to play in different cities.

With that said, I made it my personal job to find out which cities were really the top five worst places to play for NBA players.

I started out by looking at message boards and player interviews to narrow my list to 12 NBA cities/teams.

The 12 teams and their corresponding cities that were chosen are as follows: Utah, Cleveland, Minnesota, Philadelphia, Denver, Toronto, Memphis, Sacramento, Charlotte, Milwaukee, Golden State, and Memphis.

After choosing the 12 teams that will be evaluated, I decided to implement the Bob Evans ...

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