Best: Cleveland Cavaliers — LeBron James
LeBron may not have played his whole career with the Cavs, but he’s obviously the greatest player in franchise history. In 11 seasons with Cleveland, James won two MVPs and a scoring title and led the Cavs to five NBA Finals. He won only one of them but it was against the vaunted 73–9 Golden State Warriors and an iconic 3–1 comeback with a block for the ages, bringing a championship back to Cleveland for the first time in decades.
Lebron averages 26 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists in 152 playoff games with Cleveland and always pushed inferior teammates to their limits. The kid from Akron, Ohio, was called The Chosen One coming out of high school, and he was everything Cleveland fans hoped for and more. He will go down as one of the greatest players in the history of basketball.
Worst: Cleveland Cavaliers — Anthony Bennett
It’s still recent, but it looks like Anthony Bennett will go down as one of the biggest number one pick busts in NBA draft history. Bennett was unplayable as a rookie, averaging under 13 terrible minutes a game.
He was so bad the Cavs gave up on him after just one season, lumping him in with Andrew Wiggins in a trade for Kevin Love once LeBron James came back into town.
Bennett played on four teams in four years before heading to Europe for a stint. He’s currently plying his trade in the G-League at the tender age of 25.