The NBA’s All-Defense teams announced last week were supported by the numbers, the honorees generally ranking high in Defensive Rating - how many points per 100 possessions a team allows with a player on the floor.
The players who scored the worst Defensive Rating marks make up this year’s No-Defense team. Not surprisingly, they all play prominent roles on terrible teams.
Note: At least 30 minutes per game needed to qualify.
G Gerald Henderson (Charlotte) 109.4
G Alonzo Gee (Cleveland) 109.1
F Tyreke Evans (Sacramento) 108.3
F Ryan Anderson (New Orleans) 110.1
C DeMarcus Cousins (Sacramento) 109.5
G Greivis Vasquez (New Orleans) 108.8
G Eric Gordon (New Orleans) 108.3
F Tristan Thompson (Cleveland) 107
F Al Jefferson (Utah) 107.6
C Anderson Varejao (Cleveland) 107.4