The NBA's 5 Most Unstable Franchises

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The NBA's 5 Most Unstable Franchises
Change of scenery for the Brooklyn Nets, the Barclay's Center—still under construction.

Over the many years in the NBA, most teams have been forced to make major changes. So which teams have undergone the most change? Which fanbase has had the rockiest relationship with their favorite team?

Since the merger of the BAA and the NBL to form the National Basketball Association, there have been massive alterations to professional basketball. Teams have changed and adjusted over the years, from their names to their cities. We’ve seen teams added to the NBA, and we’ve seen new owners take control of their teams.

Whether it’s in the past or present, problems with instability directly correlate to how successful the team is. None of the five most unstable teams in the NBA have had a ton of success in their history—especially not compared to teams with little complications or changes.

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