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Andris Biedrins, C, 7'-0"
This Latvian center is the definition of disappointment. After the Warriors signed him to a ridiculous $54-million extension, he just started slacking off. When a player averages both fewer points and rebounds than he is paid in millions, there's a problem.
Louis Amundson, PF/C, 6'-9"
Amundson is probably one of the most hardworking players in the league. His hustle on the court was definitely helpful this past year, and he played very similarly to how he did back in Phoenix. He is almost as bad of a shooter as Biedrins (and that's saying something), as their combined free-throw shooting percentage (71.4%) is decent for a big man.
Jeremy Tyler, PF/C, 6'-10"
In high school, Tyler was one of the most highly touted prospects, but after playing in Europe, his stock dropped. Fortunately, the Warriors found a potential diamond in the rough in Tyler, trading cash considerations for him to the Charlotte Bobcats, who initially drafted him.