Although not entirely their own fault, a lot of NBA players have had the misfortune of suiting up for organizations who either don’t value winning, are too disorganized to win or are simply in a constant state of rebuild, meaning perpetual losing.
As such, a few guys in league history have even lost an astonishing 75 to 80 percent of the games they’ve suited up in, and even if wasn’t those specific players’ faults, it’s still an ugly distinction to have.
Below, check out the players with the worst winning percentages in the history of the NBA.
Spoiler alert: The modern player with the highest spot in this ranking is Marquese Chriss at No. 14, who, to this point in his career, has only won 29.1 percent of the games he’s played in.