Worst No-Shows of the NBA Playoffs So Far

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Worst No-Shows of the NBA Playoffs So Far
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For professional basketball players, the NBA playoffs is not the time to suddenly go missing in action.

Take one look at the 2013 playoff field, and you'll see countless examples of players and teams doing exactly that.

Look at Brandon Jennings, for example. After saying his Milwaukee Bucks would take down the Miami Heat in six games during the opening round of the playoffs, Jennings scored a grand total of 27 points in Games 2, 3 and 4.

That's not exactly the way to put your money where your mouth is, friend.

Jennings isn't the only one who limped through the playoffs literally (see: Joakim Noah) or figuratively (the Boston Celtics offense and the Denver Nuggets' three-point defense, for example).

In no particular order, let's look back at the players and teams that failed to show up for the first round of the playoffs.

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