Six Pitfalls of NBA Mismanagement: Noncontenders Should Rebuild! (Part Three)

March 31st, 2010 by Buy The Clippers Leave a reply »
This is part three of a six-part series dedicated to the Six Pitfalls of NBA Management. For parts one and two, look below.

Fans of bad NBA teams, perpetually bad teams, will try to tell you their plight is a result of plain, old bad luck. This six part series explains why I don't agree.

Instead, I see six things that perpetually bad franchises do that make them perpetually bad franchises. And, as luck would have it, there are six things that good franchises don’t do to continue being good franchises.

Believe it or not, they are the same six things. On to the third of the six most common pitfalls of NBA franchises:

3) If you’re not contending, or getting ready to contend, you’re rebuilding. There are only three types of teams in the league in any given season: the contenders, the up-and-comers, and the rebuilders. Unfortunately, most rebuilders think they’re either up-and-comers or contenders.

Teams that fail to accurately analyze which category they fit into make all kinds of horrific personnel decisions, including No. 2 below.

Take a look at some of the moves made by ...

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