8. Kent Bazemore, 2019-20 season
Bazemore came to Portland with Ariza, but despite playing more games (starting 21 and playing 43), contributed even less than he and Hood.
The 30-year-old guard averaged 7.9 points and 4.0 rebounds on 35 percent shooting and 33 percent shooting from three. Bazemore proved himself to be of very little value during his time with the Blazers.
The 6-foot-4 swing man was dead last on the team in win shares at -0.2 (so he contributed to less than zero Portland victories, statistically speaking). He had a VORP of -0.3 – the Trail Blazers would have been better if they took a free agent guard off the street, put him in a Rip City jersey, and tossed him into Bazemore’s starting spot.
The Old Dominion product had some good NBA seasons as part of rotations in Golden State, Atlanta and LA. His time with Portland? Not so much.