You’re The Worst! NBA’s Worst Players By The Numbers

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Jan 28, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Cavaliers small forward Anthony Bennett reacts in the fourth quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

The game of basketball is extremely subjective, but as they say, numbers never lie. Who are the NBA’s worst players according to the numbers? We’re going to take a look through the stats to find what players are astonishingly bad, from rebounding to shooting to turning the ball over. Get ready for some crap. We’re going to slap on a minimum of 300 minutes played, in an effort to cancel out some of the statistical anomalies. Otherwise, James Southerland’s -40.5 PER would earn him a spot in some weird Hall of Shame somewhere. We’re also going to focus solely on players. One needs not look much further than the Milwaukee Bucks if you want to see a bad team. Without further adieu, let’s see who’s the worst.

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Topics: Anthony Bennett, Boston Celtics, Brandon Rush, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, D.j. Augustin, Kendrick Perkins, Oklahoma City Thunder, Phil Pressey, Utah Jazz

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