As the NBA regular season enters its final few weeks, playoff spots and MVP votes are primed for allocation. Teams like the Rockets and Warriors have exceeded pretty much everyone's preseason expectations, but within those squads are not only surefire MVP candidates, but massive disappointments as well. David LeeTrevor Ariza, and Dwight Howard have produced way under their pay-grades and projections. Whether it's a genuine regression, an injury-riddled campaigned, or a square-peg-in-a-round-hole situation, these real-life sad emojis have hurt their teams and betrayed their own standards this season.

Check out who else didn't have the 2014-15 they imagined in The 15 Most Disappointing NBA Players This Season​.