Biggest Losers of the 2014 NBA Offseason

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Biggest Losers of the 2014 NBA Offseason
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Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant still don't have a whole lot of help.

It seems like it was just yesterday we were waiting on LeBron James' announcement to head back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, but believe it or not, that was well over a month ago.

What was certainly the most exciting offseason since James took his talents to South Beach in 2010 is finally drawing to a close, and you know very well what we all do after any offseason ends: pick winners and losers.

For now, let's focus on those who got the short end of the stick.

Because this summer was so eventful, there is no shortage of them. The ballclubs that simply did not get the job done in improving their rosters. The players whose plans didn't quite materialize as they hoped.

It's a long list.

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