Milwaukee Bucks: 0 Percent Chance
This season hasn't been even close to what general manager John Hammond hoped for, as the collection of young talent and veteran players was supposed to keep the Bucks at least in contention for the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference.
Well, so much for that.
Things have gone from bad to worse for the team with the NBA's worst record, and O.J. Mayo losing his cool and punching Greg Stiemsma on Friday night served as a microcosm for the season.
Philadelphia 76ers: 0 Percent Chance
Thaddeus Young, Michael Carter-Williams...and I'm done.
After that, it gets difficult to find NBA talent on the Philly roster. Sure, Byron Mullens, Eric Maynor and James Anderson might find homes on other squads, but it's not like any NBA team wants them to fill large roles.
This team was bad before the trade deadline, and now it's way worse.
Los Angeles Lakers: 0 Percent Chance
You're looking at a team that has completely quit on its coach and has allowed five different opponents to score at least 130 points during the 2013-14 season.
Giving up 142 points to the Los Angeles Clippers is bad enough, but following that up by allowing the ice-cold Denver Nuggets to post 134 of their own and dropping to the very bottom of the Western Conference?
Well, that's just unacceptable.
Utah Jazz: 0 Percent Chance
There have been positive developments throughout the season, but lately the Utah Jazz have moved into full-fledged tanking mode. With a 21-41 record, they still have a serious shot at earning the best lottery odds in the Western Conference.
Trey Burke, Gordon Hayward, Alec Burks and the rest of the young players in Salt Lake City might be imbued with potential, but the future isn't bright for everyone. Tyrone Corbin should be enjoying what seems likely to be his final season as head coach.
Sacramento Kings: 0 Percent Chance
This Kings unit has talent. There's no doubt about that, given the presence of DeMarcus Cousins, Isaiah Thomas, Rudy Gay and a host of young players.
But nothing has come together, and Sacramento still sits nearly 15 games shy of the final playoff berth in the Western Conference. New owner Vivek Ranadive has ensured there's excitement and hope for the future, but there's none remaining for the rest of the season.