The lockout has brought a fresh view on the game. The League has striven to do away with the clutch and grab game and focus solely on the speed and skill of the game to bring more excitement to the league.
It's been a half decade since the ever infamous lockout occurred, and by that point you would figure teams would have their affairs in order and adjusted to the new system.
However, even after five years, five teams are still struggling to adjust.
For some, there is reason to be optimistic, for some not so much, but one thing is for certain—it should be interesting to see whether they can even pull themselves out of the gutter to the penthouse.
Without further adieu, here are the five worst post-lockout teams.