In everyday life, we all find ourselves getting a little disappointed with something.
Whether it's car troubles or not getting that promotion we were striving for, disappointment is just another aspect of life. It's another one of the countless negatives that we are forced to endure with and take in stride. We overcome them because we have no choice. If we let disappointment take over our lives, we'd never be encouraged to do anything worthwhile.
The same goes for any sport. Disappointment plays a tremendous part in the game. In the NBA, did you know that at the end of the season there will be 29 disappointed teams that didn't win a title? It's a pretty interesting thought to consider. All teams have to deal with this, and so must the general managers who make the signings and the players who fail to live up to expectations.
Today we explore the prevalent art of disappointment by selecting 10 of the most disappointing players in the NBA this year. There's no order, only a starting lineup and five other players who would come off of the bench of failure and disdain.
If you're surprised to see a few players from the same team, it's probably because they're the main contributors to their team's disappointing start. Let's just take a look at the all-disappointment team for the 2011-12 season thus far.