As the 2010-2011 NBA season winds down, fans start to look back to the start of the year when experts and analysts made their predictions. Some may look back favorably, while others may not.
It has been a year of epic trades, player-coach battles and, in some cases, coaching changes. This season, there have already been three coaching changes in the NBA. In two of those cases, the coaches replaced were Hall of Famers.
Given those occurrences, most recently the abrupt resignation of Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan, I took a look at the standings. Believe it or not, there are some teams out of the playoffs who could be due for a coaching change. Some coaches have just had bad luck, and others are just plain bad.
Here are eight of the worst cases.