Pivot Points: The NBA’s Worst Are a Pitiful Lot

November 22nd, 2009 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
Until last night, the New York Yankees had won more games in November than either the New York Knicks or the New Jersey Nets. In Charlotte, the Bobcats are trying their hardest to challenge the record for the worst field goal percentage in NBA history.

Golden State and the Los Angeles Clippers remain locked in a fierce battle to see who will finish in the Pacific division cellar, and the Minnesota Timberwolves, bless their hearts, at least they show up to play the games.

If this season will be will be remembered for one of the most competitive in the race for playoff seeding, then it shall equally be remembered for the race to see who gets the most ping-pong balls in June.

There was a time when teams could expect a challenge regardless of who they were playing, but those times seem to be a distant memory of NBA seasons past.

Out of the teams that I mentioned, none can really say they have an honest shot at the postseason, and there are actually a few teams like the Washington Wizards and Memphis Grizzlies who should join their ranks.

If by some small stretch of the imagination, one of them should make the postseason, then ...

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