In one of the most obvious instances of preseason tanking we've been around for, the 2004-era Atlanta Hawks decided to jettison most of the big names that led them to 26 wins during the 2003-04 season for a scab-y core bred to lose as much as possible in 2004-05. Youngish types like rookie Josh Smith and Al Harrington were brought in on the cheap, while expiring contracts belonging to Antoine Walker, Tony Delk, and Tom Gugliotta dotted the roster. Kevin Willis played for these guys, and Jon Barry, too. Pig Miller, surreptitiously hiding that toothpick, saw nine minutes of action. This was a terrible team that won 13 games. On purpose.