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NBA Regular Season History (Since 1984-1985)

Team Wins Losses Win % +.500 Seasons 50 Win Seasons 60 Win Seasons 70 Win Seasons
Atlanta 1210 1199 .502 17 times 8 times 0 times 0 times
Boston 1306 1105 .542 18 times 11 times 4 times 0 times
Brooklyn 1022 1387 .424 11 times 1 time 0 times 0 times
Charlotte 293 511 .364 2 times 0 times 0 times 0 times
Chicago 1326 1086 .550 17 times 11 times 6 times 1 time
Cleveland 1184 1228 .491 16 times 7 times 2 times 0 times

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Post#16 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:34 am by doc.end

Hard to make a ranking, there are different ways how to run things badly. There are teams doing well/being run decently despite bad owner (Portland, Clippers), there are teams being terrible because of owners or/and GMs (and sometimes it is hard to tell whose fault it is), obviously Kings, Raptors (despite having specific obstacles to overcome), currently Pistons, then you have treadmill teams which is up to debate whether that means being run terribly as well (Milwaukee, Atlanta), going into red numbers may qualify as well regardless of roster assembled, then you have small markets with cold weather, taxes whatever having a tough time attracting big names and being blamed for being run poorly in spite of they can't do anything about it (and rely on other things), on the other sire big markets having too much money to spend so they muddy the waters regularly for bad reason (probably both New York teams), some teams shred that image by being saved by sheer luck, some are screwed by injuries and then you have a team here and there who may be decent despite questionable moves (Kahn with Wolves - he is suspectible in drafting, assembled interesting roster though, coach influence may helped though) meaning that jury is still out on that ones. Which reminds me that GMs may be good in drafting and terrible in deals or other way around, saving their face (and job), do the count? (fans of those team tend to blame them more then others usually). And Hornets deserves a mention for sure for becoming a league-owned team. We could make a case for them winning this.

Bobcats would be a contender in this if not swtching from Higgins to about a half and year ago (not a bad move since, no matter how you rate two last drafts - still too early).
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Post#17 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:40 am by Sasaki

No one else is saying the Wizards?
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Post#18 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:55 am by MOrgil

Yeah, where are my Wizards? They've been bottom 2-3 team last I don't know how many seasons... The franchise needs major changes, seriously.
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Post#19 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:42 am by East_Coast

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Post#20 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:46 am by JordansBulls

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Post#21 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:20 am by TheUroborosWorm

Raps are making money... so as a bussiness... they're being ok.
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Post#22 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:21 am by Woodsanity

TheUroborosWorm wrote:Raps are making money... so as a bussiness... they're being ok.

They have 0 competition. They have the entire market of Canada....
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Post#23 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:30 am by MavsManiac4Life

The Kings w/o a doubt.
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Post#24 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:28 pm by blind prophet

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Post#25 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:42 pm by twinthunder3

Teams like Rockets make an effort...Bucks & Kings on the other hand...
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Post#26 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:52 pm by jazzfan1971

Gotta go with the clippers. They went like 2 decades with maybe one trip to the playoffs. This despite fistfuls of high draft picks and having one of the most desirable destination cities in the league.

Dreadful. Watch them lose çp3 for nothing and blake blow out both knees before long. Its just the clipper way.
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Post#27 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:43 pm by Archerbro

raptors are up there, FIRE BC.
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wait what?joke?

Ok then you explain to me why dwill would chose jj over dirk if its such a joke....

^on why JJ>Dirk :lol:
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Post#28 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:48 pm by LakerFanMan

Kings, Bucks, and Wizards have my vote. Golden State sucks pretty hard too. Honorable mention to the Magic and 6ers.
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Post#29 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:50 pm by MnM24

Bulls are pretty poorly run.

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Post#30 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:51 pm by Woodsanity

jazzfan1971 wrote:Gotta go with the clippers. They went like 2 decades with maybe one trip to the playoffs. This despite fistfuls of high draft picks and having one of the most desirable destination cities in the league.

Dreadful. Watch them lose çp3 for nothing and blake blow out both knees before long. Its just the clipper way.

Agree that they have a terrible history but I think they are on the right track. Doubt either of those things happen though your just hating.
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Post#31 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:51 pm by JunkYardSubs

Kings. They're like the Raptors in terms of having no plan, but it's worse because their ownership is constantly in shambles

I'd say Wizards are in second
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Post#32 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:53 pm by Higga

Wizards. One playoff series win in like 30 years or whatever. At least the Kings were among the league's elite at some point in the last decade.
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Post#33 Re: Worst run franchises.
Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:59 pm by DavidSterned

Aki wrote:franchises that snatched mediocrity from the jaws of greatness:
- phoenix
- portland


Dumb post. Portland has had awful luck with injuries but always manages to regain competitiveness within a few seasons. Phoenix is always consistently competitive as well. Just because neither team has the big market luck of the Lakers doesn't mean either franchise is poorly run.
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Post#34 Re: Worst run franchises.
Mon Nov 19, 2012 12:02 am by I_Socrates

Saint Nicolas wrote:Kings and Clippers (Sterling) no doubt.

I have a feeling a lot of people will say the Magic, but we're pretty decent aside from when our Superstar is in a contract year.


Yeah, signing Lewis and Hedo for their contracts was 'decent.'
Trading for Arenas was 'decent.'
Trading Dwight for nothing while also dumping nothing, once again decent.
Oh yeah, signing Nelson to that contract after you know you're out of the running for anything... so decent!
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Post#35 Re: Worst run franchises.
Mon Nov 19, 2012 12:02 am by dballislife

atm kings by faar
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