The Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat are so good that they're bad.
Both teams are stacked to the high heavens with ridiculously prolific talent that all but ensures each franchise will be playing well into next spring.
And those who fall outside the Lakers' and Heat's circle of loyalty hate that. Plenty of people resent these two organizations for their stacked rosters; plenty of people consider such household-name-laden dockets to be villainous.
But which is worse, Los Angeles or Miami? Which team is better suited to play the collective villain because their individual players provoke a stronger sense of hatred or general resentment?
With star-powered rosters like the Lakers' and Heat's, it's impossible not to make a bounty of enemies.
However, as you travel down each team's depth chart, it becomes clear these two sources of outside animosity were not assembled equal; there is, in fact, a lesser of two evils.