The most annoying thing about every single NBA team Rob Perez @World_Wide_Wob Oct 24, 2016 at 4:15p ET As The Rock would say: Finally ... the NBA ... HAS. COME. BACK ... to TV. We are just one day away from the beginning of the 2016-17 NBA season, and though there are more story lines to follow this year than in maybe any season before they can't all be positive. With that in mind, here is the single most annoying thing about every NBA team with the season about to tip: Atlanta Hawks That their arena’s nickname is “The Highlight Factory,” and it’s empty every night. Boston Celtics That they have as many trade assets as the rest of the Eastern Conference combined and refuse to do anything with them. Brooklyn Nets Nothing annoying here – just a bad team with nothing to look forward to. Charlotte Hornets That they somehow messed up the best jerseys in basketball history. Brad Penner Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Chicago Bulls That GarPax actually believes this team is a legitimate championship contender. Cleveland Cavaliers That Dan Gilbert’s Comic Sans letter to LeBron actually worked. Getty Images Getty Images for TechCrunch Dallas Mavericks That Father time defeated the great Dirk Nowitzki. Denver Nuggets That they didn’t go back to the Denver rainbow skyline logo and jerseys sooner. Detroit Pistons That their public address announcer screams every second like he’s MC’ing an AND 1 mixtape Golden State Warriors That they’re so good they made Westbrook and Durant break up Getty Images Ezra Shaw Houston Rockets That James Harden has never once attempted a layup without falling over. Indiana Pacers That Monta Ellis still thinks he’s better than Paul George Los Angeles Clippers That DeAndre Jordan refuses to even at least try to shoot free throws underhand. Los Angeles Lakers That they stink, have stunk for the last five years, and will continue to stink for the forseeable future yet are on national TV more than most playoff teams. Richard Mackson Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports Memphis Grizzlies That they gave Chandler Parsons another giant contract after he did absolutely nothing during his previous one. Miami Heat That Pat Riley would rather lose his best player(s) than lose a negotiation. AP J Pat Carter Milwaukee Bucks That they didn’t put Giannis Antetokounmpo at point guard sooner. Associated Press Darren Hauck Minnesota Timberwolves That they’re so money and they don’t even know it. Getty Images New Orleans Pelicans That Anthony Davis can’t stay healthy and/or get any semblance of a supporting cast. New York Knicks That they genuinely think they’re a Super Team. Oklahoma City Thunder That none of this would have ever happened if they would have just paid James Harden. Getty Images Getty Images Orlando Magic That they refuse to acknowledge how much fun Mario Hezonja is and are hoarding all of the NBA’s decent big guys for no reason and won’t even play half of them. Fernando Medina/Orlando Magic Fernando Medina Philadelphia 76ers That they think “The Process” actually worked. Phoenix Suns That Devin Booker is on pace to be the next NBA superstar and nobody cares because he plays in Phoenix. Getty Images Getty Images Portland Trail Blazers That they had something awesome brewing and then wasted their entire salary cap space on Evan Turner and Allen Crabbe. Sacramento Kings That Vivek Ranadive actually thinks he knows what he’s doing in keeping DeMarcus Cousins prisoner on a terrible team. Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports Ed Szczepanski San Antonio Spurs That they do everything so perfectly. AP Eric Gay Toronto Raptors That their most famous “die-hard” fan roots for every other team, too. NBAE/Getty Images Ron Turenne Utah Jazz That they make every game extra sloppy on purpose. Washington Washington That the NBA’s most underrated point guard is going to complete waste and nobody cares.