Turnovers, turnovers, turnovers: They are usually the deciding factor in the outcome of almost every game, regardless of sport. It's quite simple: If you give the rock away too many times, your chances of coming out victorious slowly begin to spiral down the drain. Hold on to the rock, however, and your chances of strutting jovially off the court greatly increase.
You made be surprised at home many superstar players made the list. I certainly was. But I suppose it stands to reason that players who handle the rock more often ultimately have more opportunities to fumble it away. So it goes.
Also, while it's possible that the turnover is a overrated statistic in some instances, in other instances it can be quite telling. You be the judge of when it is (or isn't) valuable.
Anyway, here is goes: the 10 worst turnover machines in the NBA.
Note: This list features the 10 NBA players with the highest turnovers per 48 minutes average (or TOP48). All players featured average at least 30 minutes per game.