At 15-67, the 2013-14 Milwaukee Bucks have officially turned in the worst record in franchise history. However, that doesn't mean wrapping things up with one final slew of regular-season grades isn't in order.
And despite the dreadful season which was filled with frustration and major growing pains, there were a handful of players who stepped it up and proved they have what it takes to be part of the bigger picture moving forward.
Brandon Knight put together a very good season, showing he can certainly be the team's point guard of the future. Meanwhile, rookie Giannis Antetokounmpo impressed with his athleticism, passion and incredible upside.
On the other hand, big man Larry Sanders turned in a dud and disappointed Bucks fans after receiving a contract extension during the offseason.
All in all, it wasn't a pretty season. But the team has a solid core of young talent in place and will likely have one of the top picks in June's draft.
Before we can officially focus on the offseason, though, we must evaluate what certain players did during the year.
Presented in alphabetical order, these grades were given to each player currently on the roster who played in at least three games.