Blazers join this not so elite list after 17th straight loss

ABS-CBN Sports on Sep 21, 2016 10:34 AM
Blazers join this not so elite list after 17th straight loss
Season 92 was not fun for the CSB Blazers.

Losing a 17th straight game Tuesday, the College of St. Benilde now hold the dubious record of having the most number of losses in a season in the 92-year history of the NCAA.

If the Blazers somehow find a way to avoid a sweep, their would be 1-17 record is still worse than the 2-16 mark of the 2015 EAC Generals and the 2009 AUF Great Danes.

How did it come here for CSB? We will likely never know but the Blazers are not the only team that recorded a dubious record in their mother league.

Below are some of the more famous teams that also failed miserably in one particular season. Don't worry Blazers, there's always next year.

 

UP Fighting Maroons

Diliman hates it but the UP Fighting Maroons have struggled quite a bit in the UAAP over the last couple of years.

Since 2007, UP has experienced three winless seasons, going for 0-14 in Season 70, Season 73, and Season 76.

 

Adamson Falcons

Speaking of winless UAAP seasons, the Falcons went back-to-back at the turn of the new millenium.

Adamson was a combined 0-28 during Season 63 and Season 64.

 

Detroit Lions

Sticking to the theme of winless seasons, the 2008 Detroit Lions became the first team in NFL history to finish a 16-game schedule without a single victory to show for it.

The sad part here is that the Lions went a clean 4-0 in the preseason, they just didn't find a way to win the games that counted.

 

Charlotte Bobcats

The worst team in NBA history, both in number of wins and winning percentage.

The 2011-2012 Bobcats finished a lockout-shortened NBA season with a winning percentage of only .106, going for a 7-59 record.

Who knows what would have happened if it was an 82-game grind.

 

Philadelphia 76ers

The worst 82-game record in NBA history belong to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Actually the worst and the second worst.

Philly finished 9-73 in the 1972-73 season and the 76ers of last year barely avoided that mark and went for a "more impressive" 10-72.

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