Any fan of the NBA knows that there are some really talented players in the league, making it fun to watch almost any game. Almost every team has at least one great player, but for every high paid All-Star caliber player, the teams need to round out their roster with guys who aren’t so great.

With NBA rosters at 15 players, there are going to be a handful of great players on each team, but there are also going to be those guys who sit at the end of the bench. Some of the bad players have actually gotten a good amount of playing time, but haven’t proven anything. Even super teams like the Golden State Warriors aren’t immune to having bad players, and even the worst teams in the league like the Brooklyn Nets still have some talent.

Atlanta Hawks

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Steven Branscombe-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Dwight Howard

Worst: Mike Muscala

Even though he is new to the team, veteran eight time All-Star center Dwight Howard figures to be the best player on this year’s Atlanta Hawks team. This is a solid team who has won plenty of games the past couple seasons, and Howard gives them a great big man who didn’t really succeed in Houston. Howard has led the NBA in rebounds five times and is known for his defense, being named the league’s Defensive Player of the Year three consecutive years in Orlando and being the NBA’s blocks leader in 2009 and 2010. He averages a solid double double at 18 PPG and 13 RPG as well. The worst Hawk is Mike Muscala who was drafted in 2013 and has played in Spain. Since 2013 he has only averaged 4 PPG and 2 RPG and only started eight games.

Boston Celtics

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Brett Davis / Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Isaiah Thomas

Worst: Jonas Jerebko

The Boston Celtics are looked at as an up and coming team that is a strong contender in the Eastern Conference. The best player on this team is Isaiah Thomas who is entering his sixth season in the NBA. Thomas was named for the Hall of Famer and started his career with the Kings before playing briefly for the Suns before joining the Celtics. In 2015-16 he averaged 22.2 points per game along with 6.2 rebounds per game. The worst player on the team is Jonas Jerebko who started his career as a starter with the Pistons where he only averaged 9.3 PPG. Over the years he has been demoted to being a bench player and had his lowest career PPG and minutes per game in 2015-16.

Brooklyn Nets

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Kelvin Kuo / Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Brook Lopez

Worst: Anthony Bennett

The fact that Brook Lopez is the best player on the Nets doesn’t say much about this team. Brook was an All-Star in 2013 and is a solid player, averaging more than 18 points and 7 rebounds per game. Lopez was successful in college with his twin brother Robin, but hasn’t done much in the NBA. The worst player on this team is former #1 overall pick Anthony Bennett, who has been a flop. The Nets are his fourth team since being drafted in 2013 and Bennett has only averaged just over 4 points per game in his career where he has only been a role-player and was even cut at one point, having to redeem himself in the NBA D-League. Davis was part of a less than stellar 2013 draft class and was taken ahead of guys like Victor Oladipo and Nerlens Noel.

Charlotte Hornets

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Brace Hemmelgarn / Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Kemba Walker

Worst: Aaron Harrison

Kemba Walker had a great college career at UConn winning the NCAA Championship and being named NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player in 2011. He is now the best player for the Charlotte Hornets after he was drafted by the then Bobcats in 2011. Walker has helped the Hornets become a playoff team in the Eastern Conference and has averaged 17.3 points per game along with 5.4 assists and 3.8 rebounds. 2015-16 was his best season yet averaging almost 21 PPG. The worst Hornet is Aaron Harrison who played his college basketball at Kentucky and went undrafted before signing with Charlotte in 2015. He has mostly played in the D-League, only playing 21 games for Charlotte where he has averaged less than 1 point, assist, and rebound.

Chicago Bulls

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Jeffrey Becker / Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Dwyane Wade

Worst: Robin Lopez

There is no denying that Jimmy Butler is the go-to guy for the Chicago Bulls and this will be his team in the future. There is also no denying that Dwyane Wade has had an incredible career and is a first ballot Hall of Famer. Wade was drafted by the Miami Heat in 2003 and played his entire career there until this season. He has won three NBA Championships, been NBA Finals MVP, is a 12 time All-Star and one time All-Star Game MVP, is a one time NBA scoring champion and the all-time leading scorer for the Heat, and even has a gold medal. Wade is getting older but he may be able to give Chicago some veteran leadership and lead them to the playoffs. While Brook Lopez is the best player on the Nets, his twin brother Robin Lopez is the worst player in Chicago. Lopez has played with the Suns, Hornets, Trail Blazers, and Knicks before joining the Bulls this season and only averages 8.5 points per game.

Cleveland Cavaliers

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Rick Osentoski / Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Best: LeBron James

Worst: Chris Andersen

Even though the Cleveland Cavaliers have great players such as Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, there is no denying that LeBron James is by the best player on the team. He has a long list of accomplishments including three NBA Championships, three NBA Finals MVPs, four NBA MVPs, 12 All-Star selections, Cleveland’s all-time leading scorer, and two gold medals. LeBron has been in the league since 2003 and is still going strong. He averages 27 points, seven assists, and seven rebounds per game and even started off the 2016-17 season with a triple double. The worst player on this championship team is Chris “Birdman” Andersen who went undrafted in 1999 and has played for the Nuggets, Hornets, Heat, Grizzlies, and now the Cavs. The most entertaining thing about him is hearing Shaq say “Birdman, Birdman”. During his career Andersen only averages about five points and rebounds per game.

Dallas Mavericks

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Kevin Jairaj / Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Dirk Nowitzki

Worst: Quincy Acy

It seems hard to believe that anyone who has been in the NBA for almost 20 years could still be the best player on their team, but that is true for the Dallas Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki. In fact, Dirk started playing professionally in Germany way back in 1994 before being drafted by the Bucks who likely regret trading him to Dallas where has spent 18 seasons. Dirk is a 13 time NBA All-Star among several other accomplishments including an NBA Championship and NBA Finals MVP as well as a regular season MVP and 12 combined All-NBA First, Second, or Third team selections. He has averaged 22 points and 8 boards per game during that time. The worst Mav this year is Quincy Acy who was drafted in 2012 and has played for the Raptors, Kings, and Knicks. Acy started 50+ games from 2014 to 2016 but only averages 4.5 PPG and 3.5 RPG.

Denver Nuggets

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Sergei Belski / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Emmanuel Mudiay

Worst: Jarnell Stokes

The Denver Nuggets have a lot of decent players, but they certainly don’t have any superstars or great players yet. Their best player is probably Emmanuel Mudiay because he is still young and has the most promise. He was drafted #7 overall in the 2015 NBA Draft and was selected to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team. Mudiay played professionally in China but was injured before joining the Nuggets. He has averaged almost 13 points per game but his numbers have been up early in the 2016-17 season. The worst Nugget this season is Jarnell Stokes. He was drafted in 2014 by the Utah Jazz but played for the Grizzlies and the Heat. Stokes was sent down to the D-League by each team and was actually the league’s MVP and Finals MVP in 2016 but it remains to be seen if he can find success at the NBA level, averaging just 2.5 PPG.

Detroit Pistons

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Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Andre Drummond

Worst: Reggie Bullock

The Detroit Pistons have had some rough years since their championship runs during the early to mid-00s and before that with the Bad Boys. The team is now led by center Andre Drummond who was drafted by the Pistons in 2012. In the 2015-16 season he really came into form being selected as an All-Star and to the All-NBA Third Team in addition to being the league’s rebounding leader. Drummond averages nearly 13 points and rebounds per game and is a walking double-double. The worst player on the team is forward Reggie Bullock who was drafted by the Clippers in 2013 and has also played for the Phoenix Suns. In his first three seasons Bullock has only averaged 2.6 PPG along with 1.5 RPG.

Golden State Warriors

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Joe Camporeale / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Stephen Curry

Worst: Ian Clark

When Kevin Durant joined the Golden State Warriors it sparked several debates including how many games the team will win and who the best player on the team really is. Even though Durant is one of the best players in the league, the honor of best Warrior has to go to the two-time reigning NBA MVP Steph Curry. Steph was drafted by the Warriors in 2009 and has been an All-Star three times and was not only the NBA’s scoring champion but also steals leader in 2016 and has averaged 22.4 points per game during his career. The worst player on the team doesn’t matter so much due to all the talent Golden State has, but that honor goes to Ian Clark. The shooting guard went undrafted in 2013 and has played with the Jazz and Nuggets, averaging 3 points a game playing about 8 minutes a night.

Houston Rockets

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Troy Taormina / Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Best: James Harden

Worst: Tyler Ennis

With Dwight Howard leaving Houston it is clear that the Rockets’ best player is James Harden. Harden moved to point guard under Mike D’Antoni’s system for this season and was drafted #3 overall in 2009 by the Oklahoma City Thunder where he was probably the third best player before joining the Houston Rockets in 2012. Howard is a four time NBA All-Star and two time member of the All-NBA First Team. In 2012 he was the Sixth Man of the Year and he has come a long way as an MVP candidate, averaging 21 points per game over his career and 25+ in Houston. Tyler Ennis is the worst player on the team and is a backup for Harden. He was drafted by the Phoenix Suns and has also played for the Milwaukee Bucks, averaging about 4 PPG in spot duty.

Indiana Pacers

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Brian Spurlock / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Paul George

Worst: Lavoy Allen

The Indiana Pacers actually have a deep and talented roster this season, but many experts agree that the team will only be as good as their best player Paul George. George is a three time NBA All-Star selection and a three time All-NBA Third Team member. He is known for his defense in addition to his scoring, earning NBA All-Defensive First Team honors once and Second Team honors twice. George has averaged 17 points a game in his five seasons with the Pacers (one was cut short due to injury). The worst player on the Pacers is Lavoy Allen, who had a good college career at Temple, but hasn’t done anything playing for the 76ers and now the Pacers. Allen has averaged 18.5 minutes per game but only 5.1 PPG.

Los Angeles Clippers

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Jayne Kamin-Oncea / Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Chris Paul

Worst: Diamond Stone

The Los Angeles Clippers have had a talented team for quite a few years but have failed to do much in the postseason. CP3 was drafted by the Hornets in 2005 and has played the second half of his season with the Clippers where he is paired with big man Blake Griffin. Paul is a nine time NBA All-Star and was the game’s MVP in 2013. He has been selected to the All-NBA First Team four times and the Second Team three times and is also known for his defensive skills. Paul has won two gold medals and started early being named the Rookie of the Year in 2006. He is also a six time NBA stelas leader and four time NBA assists leader, having one of the most well-rounded games in the league. The worst player on the team may or may not be Diamond Stone, the jury is still out, but we just wanted to be able to write something about him based on his name. Stone is a rookie who only played one year at Maryland before being drafted #40 by the Clippers in the 2016 NBA Draft.

Los Angeles Lakers

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Joshua Dahl / Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Luol Deng

Worst: Thomas Robinson

There is a pretty big drop-off between last year’s best Laker Kobe Bryant and this year’s, which is probably Luol Deng. He was drafted by the Suns in 2004 but played with the Bulls for a decade before joining Cleveland briefly and then playing for the Heat the past couple seasons. Deng has now joined the Lakers and has won awards for his defense and sportsmanship in addition to being a two time NBA All-Star and averaging 15.5 points per game and 6.2 rebounds per game during his career. The worst player on the rebuilding Lakers is Thomas Robinson who had a good final season at Kansas before being the #5 overall pick by the Kings in 2012 and playing for Houston, Portland, Philadelphia, and Brooklyn. Robinson has only started a handful of games and averages just under 5 PPG.

Memphis Grizzlies

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Nelson Chenault / Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Marc Gasol

Worst: Troy Daniels

There are a lot of talented players on this year’s Memphis Grizzlies team including the veteran Zach Randolph. This year’s best player will likely be Marc Gasol who was drafted in 2007 after playing professional in Spain. Marc is coming into his own and rivaling his brother Pau Gasol for the best Gasol brother. He joined the Grizz in 2008 and is a two time NBA All-Star, one time NBA Defensive Player of the Year, All-NBA First Teamer, and All-NBA Second team selection. Gasol was named Spanish League MVP in 2008 and Euroscar Player of the Year in 2014. The worst player on the Grizzlies is Troy Daniels who went undrafted in 2013 and played for the Rockets, Timberwolves, and Hornets. He has had success in the D-League but has only averaged less than 5 points in the NBA and only started one game.

Miami Heat

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Kim Klement / Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Hassan Whiteside

Worst: Luke Babbitt

With Dwayne Wade going to Chicago and Chris Bosh failing a team physical after health issues with blood clots, the Heat are now a young team led by their best player Hassan Whiteside and his running mate Goran Dragic. Whiteside was drafted in 2010 by the Kings and played in the D-League and overseas before coming into his own in Miami. He led the league in blocks and made the NBA All-Defensive Second Team in 2016 when he averaged 18 points, 14 rebounds, and 4 blocks per game. Luke Babbitt was the WAC Player of the Year for Nevada but his success has not translated to the NBA after being drafted in 2010 by the Timberwolves. He has played for the Trail Blazers and Pelicans before becoming the Heat’s worse player in 2016-17, averaging less than 5 points per game even though he is coming off his best season.

Milwaukee Bucks

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Raj Mehta / Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Giannis Antetokounmpo

Worst: Steve Novak

The best player on the Milwaukee Bucks is none other than Giannis Antetokounmpo A.K.A. “The Greek Freak”. A 6’11” small forward, Giannis was born in Greece where he played until he was drafted by the Bucks in the 1st round of the 2013 NBA Draft. The Greek Freak has played for the Bucks his entire career and was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team. So far he is only averaging 12 points a game but is getting better every year. Their worst player is journeyman Steve Novak who was drafted in 2006 by the Rockets and has played for the Clippers, Mavericks, Spurs, Knicks, Raptors, Jazz, and Thunder. Now on his ninth team, Novak has only averaged 4.7 PPG and his only NBA accomplishment is leading the league in three point percentage in 2011-12.

Minnesota Timberwolves

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Kelley L Cox / Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Andrew Wiggins

Worst: John Lucas III

The Minnesota Timberwolves have a lot of young, talented players. It could be argued that their best player is either Andrew Wiggins or Karl-Anthony Towns, but in this case Wiggins gets the slight edge. He was the #1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft and was drafted by Cleveland before being traded in the Kevin Love deal. Wiggins was named the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2015 after a very successful high school career and a solid one and done career at Kansas. Wiggins started all but one game during his first two seasons and has averaged 19 points per game along with 4 rebounds. The worst player on this team is John Lucas III, a journeyman who went undrafted in 2005. He has played for the Rockets, Bulls, Raptors, Jazz, and Pistons as well as in the D-League and overseas. He has managed to average less than 5 PPG in the NBA.

New Orleans Pelicans

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Benny Sieu / Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Anthony Davis

Worst: Quincy Pondexter

The best player on the New Orleans Pelicans is Anthony Davis who was the #1 overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. Davis is a three time All-Star and was named to the All-NBA First Team in 2015. He has led the league in blocks twice and also been on the NBA All-Defensive Second Team. At Kentucky Davis won an NCAA championships and was named NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player as well as Consensus national player of the year. He had a strong start to the 2016-17 season and averages 21 points a game and nearly 10 rebounds a game during his NBA career. The worst player on the Pelicans is Quincy Pondexter who was drafted in 2010. He played the Hornets before going to the Grizzlies and then back to the Pelicans. Now in his sixth season, Pondexter has only averaged about 5 points per game. In 2014-15 he started 28 games and managed to score 9 PPG.

New York Knicks

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Noah K. Murray / Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Carmelo Anthony

Worst: Justin Holiday

Even with Derrick Rose joining the Knicks this year, they are still Carmelo Anthony’s team. Both superstars are getting older and are susceptible to injury, but Melo is very accomplished with his four gold medals and nine All-Star selections. Anthony is entering his 15th NBA season and has never averaged less than 20 points per game in a season. Their worst player is Justin Holiday who you may have never heard of, despite him having an NBA Championship ring from the 2014-15 Golden State Warriors team. The Knicks are his 5th NBA team and he has also played in Hungary and the D-League, but averages just 4.4 PPG in the NBA. Holiday played in Chicago last season and was part of the trade that sent Rose to New York.

Oklahoma City Thunder

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Mark D. Smith / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Russell Westbrook

Worst: Andre Roberson

There is no doubt that Russell Westbrook is the best player on the Oklahoma City Thunder, and one of the best players in the league overall. Westbrook was drafted #4 overall in the 2008 NBA Draft by the then Seattle Supersonics and has played with the franchise his entire career. He is a five time NBA All-Star and two time NBA All-Star Game MVP. Westbrook led the league in scoring in 2015 and now that Kevin Durant is gone he may even average a triple double and is a leading MVP candidate. His career averages are 21.5 PPG with 7.5 APG and 5.5 RPG, but all those numbers should go up. The worst player on the Thunder is Andre Roberson. He joined the Thunder in 2013 and has been a starter in all but his first season. During that time he averaged more than 20 minutes per game but only scored less than 5 PPG.

Orlando Magic

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Bill Streicher / Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Nikola Vucevic

Worst: Bismack Biyombo

The best member of the 2016-17 Orlando Magic team is Nikola Vucevic, a Montenegrin center who was born in Switzerland and raised in Belgium before coming to California for high school and being a standout at USC. He was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 2011 and joined the Magic in 2012. Vucevic does not have any notable accomplishments in the NBA, but he has averaged at least 13 PPG since joining the Magic and averages just under 10 rebounds per game for his career. The worst player on this team is Bismack Biyombo who played in Spain before being drafted by the Kings in 2011 and playing for the Hornets, Raptors, and now Magic. Biyombo has started almost half his games in the NBA but still managed to average less than 5 points per game.

Philadelphia 76ers

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Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Jahlil Okafor

Worst: Sergio Rodriguez

It is very hard to determine who the best player on the Philadelphia 76ers really is. The team has been tanking for so long and has so many young talented players stockpiled on their team. At this point their best talent is probably Jahlil Okafor who was the #3 overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. Okafor was a beast in his one year of college basketball at Duke, and was selected to the All-Rookie First Team after averaging 17.5 PPG and 7 RPG his rookie season. The team’s worst player is Sergio Rodriguez, who was drafted back in 2006 but has been much more successful in Spain playing for Real Madrid and the Spanish national team. He has only averaged 4.3 PPG in his time with the Trail Blazers, Kings, and Knicks before joining the 76ers.

Phoenix Suns

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Jennifer Stewart / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Devin Booker

Worst: John Jenkins

Some may argue that guard Eric Bledsoe is the best player on this young Phoenix Suns team, but second year player Devin Booker had a great first season being named to the NBA’s All-Rookie First Team and put up comparable numbers. Booker has more potential and has five less years of wear and tear on him than Bledsoe does. Booker was a standout at Kentucky and in his first year with the Suns he averaged 14 points a game along with 2.6 assists and 2.5 rebounds. The worst player on this Suns roster is John Jenkins who was drafted by the Hawks in 2012 and has spent lots of time in the D-League and also played for the Mavericks last season. Jenkins has struggled in the NBA, averaging just about 5 points per game.

Portland Trail Blazers

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Isaiah J. Downing / Craig Mitchelldyer-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Damian Lillard

Worst: Festus Ezeli

Before last season the Portland Trail Blazers lost arguably their best player in LaMarcus Aldridge. Many people wrote them off but they ended up being alright thanks to Damian Lillard who has become the team’s MVP. Lillard was drafted #6 overall by Portland in 2012. He was named the NBA Rookie of the Year and is a two time All-Star and was named to the All-NBA Second Team in 2016. During his career he has averaged 21.5 points per game and 6.2 assists per game and his numbers look to be up for the 2016-17 season. The worst member of the Blazers is former Warrior Festus Ezeli. This guy started half of the team’s games in 2012-13 and only managed to score 2.4 PPG, with his career average slightly higher at 4.2 PPG.

Sacramento Kings

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Kelley L Cox / Sergio Estrada-USA TODAY Sports

Best: DeMarcus Cousins

Worst: Garrett Temple

DeMarcus Cousins has been one of the best players on a bad team for his entire career with the Sacramento Kings, starting back in 2010. D-Cuz was selected to the NBA All-Rookie First Team and is a two time NBA All-Star and two time All-NBA Second Team selection. He also had a successful career at Kentucky and won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games. Cousins has averaged over 20 points a game and nearly 11 rebounds to go with that during his career. Since joining the league in 2009, Garrett Temple has bounced around to several NBA and D-League teams including the Rockets, Kings, Spurs, Bucks, Bobcats, Wizards, and back to the Kings. He was named to the D-League All-Star game in 2011 and started more than half of the season in 2015-16 but only averaged 7.3 PPG.

San Antonio Spurs

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Sergio Estrada / Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Kawhi Leonard

Worst: Kyle Anderson

Even with Tim Duncan retiring, there are many great players on the San Antonio Spurs including Tony Parker, Manu Ginobli, LaMarcus Aldridge, and Paul Gasol. The best player on this team is Kawhi Leonard who joined the Spurs for the 2015-16 season. He has only averaged 14.4 PPG during his career, but he doubled that for the 2016-17 season in the first week. Leonard is an MVP candidate and won the NBA Finals MVP in 2014. He was an All-Star and All-NBA First Team player in 2016 and is a two time NBA Defensive Player of the Year and was the league’s steals leader in 2015. The worst Spur this season is Kyle Anderson. He had success in high school and at UCLA but was drafted in 2014 by the Spurs and then sent down to the D-League. So far he has actually been starting for the Spurs early in the 2016-17 season, but has been their weak link.

Toronto Raptors

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Mark J. Rebilas / Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Best: DeMar DeRozan

Worst: Bruno Caboclo

The case could be made for either of Toronto’s All-Star teammates DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry being the best Raptor on the team but the slight edge goes to DeRozan who dominated in high school and in his one college season at USC. He is a two time All-Star and won a gold medal with Team USA at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. In his first seven seasons with Toronto DeRozan averaged more than 18 points per game. The worst player on the team is Brazilian Bruno Caboclo who was drafted in the 1st round of the 2014 NBA Draft. He has barely played in the NBA and averages less than 1 point per game, mostly playing in Brazil or the D-League. If he doesn’t get playing time soon his days in the NBA could be numbered.

Utah Jazz

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Jaime Valdez / Russ Isabella-USA TODAY Sports

Best: Joe Johnson

Worst: Jeff Withey

The Utah Jazz are one of the most well rounded teams when it comes to players, because they don’t really have anyone great and they have a lot of guys who are just okay. The best player on the team is Joe Johnson, who was the second or third best option on his former teams like the Celtics, Suns, Hawks, Nets, and Heat. Johnson was drafted #10 overall in 2001 and doesn’t figure to have much left in the tank. He has been an All-Star seven times and has averaged 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists over his career. The worst player on this young Utah Jazz team is Jeff Withey who was drafted in 2013 and played for the Pelicans before joining the Jazz in 2015. Withey was good at Kansas but has not done much in the NBA, averaging just 3.4 PPG and 2.6 RPG.

Washington Wizards

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Brad Mills / Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Best: John Wall

Worst: Ian Mahinmi

John Wall is the best player on the Wizards and might just be the team’s best player since Michael Jordan briefly played in Washington. Even though he does not get along with the team’s other starting guard Bradley Beal, Wall has been solid since being the #1 overall pick in 2010. He is a three time All-Star and one time All-Defensive Second Team selection. Wall has averaged 18 PPG and 9 APG during his career, with 20 and 10 alone in 2015-16. French player Ian Mahinmi is the worst player in our nation’s capital, being drafted in 2005 and playing for the Spurs, Mavericks, and Pacers. He did win a Championship with the Mavs in 2011 but has not done much else, averaging just 5 points and 4 rebounds a game in 8 seasons.

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