Ever found yourself watching a NBA game and thinking that a particular player has a very ugly game? Ever wondered if anyone else notices how ugly his game is? Well, we’re here to let you know that we’ve noticed and it’s only right that we pay homage to the players with the ugliest games in the NBA.
PG – Jacque Vaughn
The San Antonio Spurs backup point guard has been in the league for 12 years. Vaughn, a career journeyman now playing with his fifth team, is known for being a dependable backup PG, but has minimum skills. Why is Vaughn still in the league? Who knows, but he has lasted a lot longer than guys that are twice as good as he is.
SG – Quentin Richardson
My how the mighty have fallen. If you watched some of Q’s games back at Depaul, it would be hard to convince yourself that it’s the same player. These days, Q is not much more than a spot up shooter with an occasional dribble here and there.
SF – Bruce Bowen
When you’re mostly known for your defense, it pretty much means your game is pretty ugly. And that is the case with Bruce Bowen. It’s so ugly that even his defense is ugly, if that’s even possible.
PF – Mark Madsen
Mad Dog would be an awesome nickname for someone playing in the NFL, but not so much for a NBA player. It basically shows that people respect his hustle, not his skills.
C – Erick Dampier
Dampier once believed that Shaquille O’Neal, while still in his prime, was the only center in the Western Conference that was better than he was. LOL. Often referred as Erika by Shaq, the Dallas Maverick center has no post moves and is perhaps one of the worst big men in NBA history.
PG – Anthony Johnson
SG – Brent Barry
SF – Malik Rose
PF – Anderson Varejao
C – Ben Wallace
Any other ugly games out there that we missed?
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