The All-NBA Most Disappointing Team of 2009-2010

April 25th, 2010 by Patrick Harrel Leave a reply »
The 2009-2010 NBA season has been one full of surprises. The Bucks have asserted themselves as a playoff team in the East despite losing Michael Redd and trading away Richard Jefferson, the Thunder have made the leap to contenders, and even Memphis was decent all year. However, not all surprises were positive. The Celtics had a disappointing season in which their age started to catch up with them, Toronto choked away a playoff spot with a terrible stretch to end the season, and Detroit completely flopped after being decimated by injuries. While the reason these teams did not live up to expectations was the a collective fault on the team level, certain players did more than their share in destroying a promising season. Here are just a few that did so almost single-handedly. (Note: Players who underperformed due to injury were not considered for the list)Begin Slideshow


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