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In your prediction which NBA team will come out with the worst record this season?

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I know only a quarter of the season has gone by , but even teams with a abundant losing record still have their odds of gaining a winning record & making the playoffs. The teams that have more loses then wins need to work extra hard to get back into the win column. My Sacramento Kings are a mess right now , but my wishful thinking says they will go on a * 20 game winning streak soon".


Teams that look they might have the worst record by end of the season because of current standings:


Wizards

Kings

Cavs

Hornets

Bobcats ( Currently on a 12 game losing streak. Kind of reminds me of last season, but the team looks more improved)

Pistons

Raptors

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It'll be the Wizards, IMO. They started off terribly and they play in a decently tough division.

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Wizards or Raptors. I wanna say Raptors but it looks like the Wizards can't beat anybody. The Raptors have won a couple games as of late. The Bobcats will get it together.

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[font=comic sans ms,cursive]The Wizards.[/font]

[font=comic sans ms,cursive]Wall will probably be out for the whole season as I read today.[/font]

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Wizards especially since John Wall is so far away from coming back. Shame on you for putting the Raptors and Pistons in there as well as the Cavs.

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[quote name='Swish' timestamp='1356070659' post='893707']
Wizards especially since John Wall is so far away from coming back. Shame on you for putting the Raptors and Pistons in there as well as the Cavs.
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[quote name='Swish' timestamp='1356070659' post='893707']
Wizards especially since John Wall is so far away from coming back. Shame on you for putting the Raptors and Pistons in there as well as the Cavs.
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I also input my team the "KINGS". Trust me it was hard. I just gotta go with current standing. Any of these losing teams can go on a winning streak , but they need to start right now.

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[quote name='THUNDERSTRUCK' timestamp='1356046642' post='893171']
Wizards or Raptors. I wanna say Raptors but it looks like the Wizards [b]can't beat anybody[/b]. The Raptors have won a couple games as of late. The Bobcats will get it together.
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Except the Heat.
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[font=georgia,serif]The Pistons will end up with the worst record. Then they'll draft Shabazz Muhammad.[/font]

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Definitely not the raptors... Their record may not be good but they've lost many close games that they coulda won this year. Eventually they'll find a way to win some of those close games.

I'd say the wizards will have the worst record, even when they get Wall back. But if they get the number 1 pick next year...

Wall
Beal
Shabazz
Oakafor
Nene

...that's not that bad

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Depends when Wall comes back. Even then, I think they might tank for the number one pick. Another possibility is the Raptors and the Kings. Both teams are doing poorly this season and Charlotte is on a double digit losing streak.

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