The 10 Worst NBA GMs in League History

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The 10 Worst NBA GMs in League History
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David Kahn has been the Minnesota Timberwolves' President of Basketball Operations for a little over two years now.

Some fans think he's been doing a fine job, while others think he's the NBA's worst general manager of all time.

Kahn definitely isn't the league's worst GM of all time, even though he oddly drafted three point guards in the first round of the 2009 draft and then traded Ty Lawson, who's arguably the best of the three. 

And it's quite disturbing that he referred to Darko Milicic as "manna from heaven."

But you never know, Kahn might eventually build Minnesota into a championship team led by All-Star Kevin Love and co.

Leave the "worst GM" label to guys like Isiah Thomas, Jim (not John) Paxson and Kevin McHale, who Kahn replaced.

Here's a look at the top 10 not-so-spectacular GMs in NBA history.


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