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No matter how you slice it, the word "worthless" will always sting. Bleacher Report listed their 50 less than valuable players in no particular order. Do you spot your Ballers on the list?
50) DeSagana Diop (Charlotte Bobcats) - Never once in more than his 10-year career has he averaged more than three points or 5.5 rebounds per game.
In his 12.3 minutes this season, he is putting in 1.1 points and 3.3 rebounds per game.
He also struggles from the free-throw line, where he recently threw up one of the worst missed free throws in NBA history.
49) Kwame Brown (Philadelphia 76ers) - The horrible history of Kwame Brown is well known, and we don't need to get into how he failed to meet expectations when he was the first pick of the 2001 NBA draft.
He has a 6.8 point-per-game career average to go along with only 5.8 rebounds.
To make matters worse, he is currently out for several months with an injury.
Despite being one of the worst players in the league, he is making $7 million this season in Golden State.
48) DeMarre Carroll (Utah Jazz) - DeMarre Carroll signed a free-agent contract with the Denver Nuggets despite playing only 12 games last season.
He has a career average of 2.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game.
He is a bit more of a defensive player, but only played 15 total minutes in three games this season due to an injury.
47) Lazar Hayward (Oklahoma City Thunder) - Lazar Hayward is in his second year in the league and has already been traded twice since being drafted as the last pick of the first round in 2010.
Last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves, he averaged 3.8 points and 1.7 rebounds per game. This year, his numbers have dropped, as he struggles to get onto the court for the Oklahoma City Thunder.
46) Travis Outlaw(Sacramento Kings) - Travis Outlaw had some good moments and seasons in his career, but he is not doing anything this year.
Outlaw signed with the Sacramento Kings after the New Jersey Nets used their amnesty clause to get rid of him and his outrageous contract.
Life is not good for Outlaw in Sacramento, where he is using his nearly 12 minutes per game to score only 3.1 points per contest.
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