NBA Offseason: All-Liability Team

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NBA Offseason: All-Liability Team
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Austin Rivers has the drive and the tools to become a star in this league. But after finishing his rookie season at the bottom of the league in Value Added, he is still a big liability.

With the NBA already a few weeks into the offseason, teams are adding, subtracting and trading to upgrade their rosters. But with all of the upgrades, there remain plenty of liabilities. 

Even stars such as free-agent standouts Dwight Howard and Josh Smith come with flaws, like their poor free-throw shooting. 

I complied a list of of my All-Liability team based on what each player contributes to his team. All the players on this list must have appeared in the majority of his team's games in 2012-13 and ranked near the bottom in at least three Hollinger stats categories. 

You may be surprised by at least one of the players on the team, but the numbers don't lie. 

So without further ado, let's take a look at the NBA All-Liability Team. 

 

*All statistics courtesy of 2012-13 Hollinger's NBA Player Statistics via ESPN.com.

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