Call them the 2014 Anti-All Stars.
With the NBA’s best competing this week at the All Star game, let’s take a quick look at the other end of the spectrum and give a shout out to the NBA’s least efficient forwards at the halfway point.
The list below includes forwards who have played enough minutes to qualify for the Minutes Per Game leader board, so they each see the court enough to be relevant.
10 Worst Player Efficiency Rating – NBA Forwards
1. Tayshaun Prince, MEM – 7.8
2. Jared Dudley, LAC – 8.9
3. Gerald Wallace, BOS – 9.9
4. Cody Zeller, CHA – 10.2
5. Jeff Ayres, SAN – 10.3
6. Hollis Thompson, PHI – 10.3
7. Harrison Barnes, GSW – 10.5
8. E-Twan Moore, ORL – 10.8
9. Wesley Johnson, LAL – 11.1
10. Mike Miller, MEM – 11.1
It sure seems like a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away when Tayshaun Prince was an All-Defensive 2nd team player playing a key role in helping the Detroit Pistons win a championship.
Reports have surfaced the Los Angeles Clippers are “itchy” to trade Jared Dudley. Huh. Wonder why.
Gerald Wallace, in case you haven’t noticed, is no longer an All Star.
After having a great playoff run last year with the small ball Golden State Warriors, Harrison Barnes is by far the most surprising name on this list.
Time will only tell is Harrison Barnes and the rest of his buddies on this Anti-All Stars list can turn it around before the season ends.