Olympics of losing: The longest sub-.500 streaks in NBA history (Part 2)

Olympics of losing: The longest sub-.500 streaks in NBA history (Part 2)

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The Over and Back Podcast digs deeper into the longest sub -.500 streaks in NBA history with take a look at the Clippers, Warriors and Mavericks historical slides..
Part 2 of our exploration into the longest sub -.500 streaks in NBA history (listen to Part 1)..
In this episode, well check out 4 more of the longest sub.500 streaks in NBA history including not one however TWO twelve-year streaks from the Los Angeles Clippers an unfortunate run of misfortune and bad ownership from the Golden State Warriors and finally, the Dallas Mavericks 10-year slide in the 90s.

The 1980-1991 Clippers including their move from San Diego, free-agent signee Bill Walton, the Tom Chamber trade, Benoit Benjamin, Elgin Baylors hire as basic supervisor, the oddness surrounding both the Danny Manning and Danny Ferry draft choices and so far more.
The 1994-2005 Los Angeles Clippers consisting of the notorious Dominique Wilkins trade, a reported relocate to Anaheim, employing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as a coach, preparing Michael Olowokandi and lastly righting the ship with the acquisitions of Elton Brand, Lamar Odom, Darius Miles and Quentin Richardson.
The 1995-2006 Golden State Warriors consisting of Chris Cohan becoming the brand-new Warriors owner, trading Chris Webber, the Latrell Sprewell occurrence, drafting (and trading) Vince Carter and finally getting things (momentarily) on track with the Antawn Jamison, Gilbert Arenas and Jason Richardson core then, well, you understand.
The devastating 1991-2000 Dallas Mavericks featuring one of the NBAs worst-ever groups, the flood of suspensions and injuries to key players like Brad Davis, Roy Tarpley and Fat Lever, the new Mavericks period featuring Jason Kidd, Jamal Mashburn and Jim Jackson then, of course, the ongoing of that core and the brand-new generation highlighted by Michael Finley, Steve Nash and Dirk Nowitzki.

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