Who would have thought that playing one of the most popular sports in the world could be such a task?
For some unknown reason (well, it there are poor reasons), a handful of the NBA's best and brightest have left their talent and/or reasoning in the locker room.
From whining and complaining to eating too much, a few too many ballers have decided to be about them, and not the team.
Another team, another set of issues.
Stephen Jackson has once again caused enough problems in Charlotte to where he is on the court, but it looks like an aberration.
We all love food, but Davis may take the cake as the most recent, bloated NBA sort-of star.
Jamison is a class act compared to most players in the NBA, but when you play for the LeBron-less Cleveland Cavaliers, how can you stay checked in?
It almost seems as if he is trying to get kicked out of games nowadays.
Some team will be dumb...willing enough to take him on as long as Detroit eats most of the $24 million over the next two years of Hamilton's contract.
Hedo is playing for a scoring team, and he is failing to score.
If he cannot flourish with the Phoenix Suns with ample chances, then it is clear his heart is not all there.
It is sad to see his early-season success go sour because of his sorry attitude.
Rumor has him on the trading block already.
For at least three quarters a game, the Toronto Raptors are as extinct as the dinosaur they are named after.
Nothing says motivated play like going from the 2010 rookie darling to scratching for double-digit minutes played a game.
Do you think Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra told Chalmers to enjoy never touching the ball on the court?
A note to the Denver Nuggets:
Please trade Melo so the nation can stop hearing him whine like a 2-year-old?
For all we know, Anthony probably does not know that he is posting 24 points a game because he is so out of it.