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I put these two on one slide based on the fact that they were both acquired in the same trade. Every Miami Heat fan has to remember this dreadful season.
One year out of finishing with a four-seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs, Miami made a blockbuster move to bring in Ricky Davis and Mark Blount. With Dwyane Wade out due to surgeries, these two were supposed to be the answer to help keep Miami competitive until Wade's return.
So just how did they do?
Well, they lead the Miami Heat to the worst record in the NBA.
Ricky Davis has never been a popular figure in his professional career. He's a terrible teammate who makes bone-headed decisions along the way. While having the talents to be a great player, his time in Miami was a joke.
He averaged 13.8 points a night on 43 percent shooting, but it was his inability to step up for the team which really hurt them. Davis was extremely inconsistent and provided no leadership or team skills whatsoever.
He wasn't supposed to be as good as Wade, but at least help them stay in the playoff picture until he returned.
Blount stunk up the paint for Miami by averaging only 3.8 rebounds a night. You are a seven footer and can't even pull significant rebounds in 22 minutes a game?
Besides that, Blount decided to open up his offensive attack by attempting 44 three-point shots and neglecting his responsibilities in the post.
These two didn't live up to their expectations in a short stay with Miami, and to this day aren't missed by many.