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The NBA Teams With The Best And Worst Record Since The 2015-16 Season

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Becoming a competitive franchise in the NBA is more difficult as years go by. But turning a franchise around and putting them in a position to compete for a sustained period of time seems almost impossible right now.

Superstars leaving for bigger markets, trades, changes in the coaching staff or front office are just some of the countless reasons that can throw a promising process down the drain in no time. In other cases, the team's executives just seem lost and unwilling to change.

That's why some teams have struggled for such a long period of time, or what other teams compete for just a couple of years and then just can't seem to keep up the pace. Today, we're going to let you know about every team's record since the 2015-16 season.

Note: All records are updated until July 30, 2020.

30. Phoenix Suns 113-280

29. New York Knicks 130-264

28. Brooklyn Nets 141-251

27. Chicago Bulls 154-239

26. Sacramento Kings 159-233

25. Orlando Magic 161-232

24. Minnesota Timberwolves 162-230

23. Atlanta Hawks 164-231

22. Los Angeles Lakers 164-227

21. Dallas Mavericks 170-223

20. Memphis Grizzlies 172-221

19. New Orleans Pelicans 173-219

18. Philadelphia 76ers 180-213

17. Detroit Pistons 181-213

16. Charlotte Hornets 182-211

15. Washington Wizards 189-203

14. Cleveland Cavaliers 196-197

13. Miami Heat 213-180

12. Portland Trail Blazers 216-178

11. Denver Nuggets 216-177

10. Indiana Pacers 222-171

9. Utah Jazz 230-162

8. Milwaukee Bucks 232-161

7. Los Angeles Clippers 238-154

6. Oklahoma City Thunder 239-153

5. Boston Celtics 248-144

4. San Antonio Spurs 250-141

3. Houston Rockets 254-138

2. Golden State Warriors 270-123

1. Toronto Raptors 270-122


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