The 2012-13 NBA offseason featured a number of big names moving to different teams. A lot of change means there are always going to be some players who disappoint the teams that they signed with.
This season there have been a number of players who have simply not lived up to the type of money that they are being paid. Unfortunately, many of their contracts are guaranteed for multiple years.
One bad contract decision can set a franchise back anywhere from two to five years, so these players' disappointing seasons could lead to further problems in the coming years.
The New York Knicks in the mid-2000s are a perfect example of this. Signing guys like Stephon Marbury and Steve Francis set the franchise back for many years, and they are just recently fully recovered from those dark days.
Here are 10 guys who are scaring their teams with their underachievement.
Stats are current as of Jan. 6, 2012.