In a disastrous season for the Brooklyn Nets, Kevin Garnett has probably been the biggest disappointment for the team outside of Jason Kidd's coaching performance and the foot injury that ended Brook Lopez's season.

Garnett was brought in with Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to fix any potential energy and defensive issues last season's team may have had. The Nets were putting together a team worthy of approaching title contention.

That's not how things have turned out. The team has been a circus with injuries, poor play, and coaching drama that has left everybody scratching their heads.

The poster boy for the disappointment of the Nets has definitely been Garnett, who is going through the worst season of his career. Garnett talked about the frustrating season today, after not talking to the media after the previous seven losses.

In his 19th season in the NBA, Garnett is easily having the worst campaign of his career. He's shooting the worst percentage of his career by far.

His 36.4 percent from the field is nearly 10 percent lower than the 46.0 percent that previously represented his career low. He's also averaging career lows in points (6.5), assists (1.6), steals (0.8), and blocks (0.6). His 6.9 rebounds per game are the second lowest of his career (6.3).

When Garnett is on the floor, the Nets' offense is significantly worse with him on the floor (98.1 points per 100 possessions) than when he's on the bench (104.3). The defense has been improved with his presence on the floor (3.6 points per 100 possessions better) but the 104.5 mark the Nets give up with him in the game is still abysmal.