Basketball is widely considered to be a team sport. With 82 games a season, there is a heavy emphasis placed on team chemistry, the community, momentum, the ability to handle adversity and attitudes. Teams are not composed of the best players statistically but instead the right players for the coach's system.
Many teams are built for the best chemistry and thus it all comes down to relationships with fellow teammates. How a player works with a teammate has a direct correlation to wins and losses. There needs to be chemistry; there needs to be a certain level of comfort within a team in order to achieve success.
However, it does not always work this way, sometimes there are one or two teammates that hinder any chance of success as their negative attitudes become infectious and spread throughout the team, thus affecting team chemistry.
This looks at 10 unique players who you won't look upon to build team chemistry. Their stats are sometimes overlooked by attitudes and controversy that could potentially bring down any team.
The Top 10 Worst Teammates in the NBA.