Lakers Nation Presents The Top-10 Worst Lakers Of All-Time

Lakers Nation Presents The Top-10 Worst Lakers Of All-Time

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1. Smush Parker (2005-2007)

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Smush Parker, where do we start with you? The numbers with the Lakers are actually some of the best numbers of anyone on the list. But everything else was awful. He clashed with coaches and players, and has even admitted to looking off Kobe Bryant and not passing him the ball nearing the end of his second season.

You just don’t disrespect the Mamba like that. Add to that his crash and burn in Game 7 of the 2006 first round against the Phoenix Suns when he shot 4-13 and his attempts to remain relevant by attacking Kobe Bryant years later is just icing on the cake. Smush will forever go down in Lakers lore as the worst of the worst.