The NBA is in full swing and three teams have failed to live up to lofty expectations thus far. Who is the league's biggest disappointment: the New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets or Memphis Grizzlies?

Brooklyn was deemed a contender after bringing in Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry in a trade with the Boston Celtics. However, they are a miserable 1-5 on the road and are allowing over 102 points per game.

Memphis got off to a very slow start this season and, while they have been better as of late, are still not where they should be at this point in the season. A combatant in last year's Western Conference Finals, the Grizzlies are last in the Western Conference in points per game.

The Knicks were the two seed in last year's Eastern Conference playoffs, but look like they may not even make it back this year. At 1-5, their home record is matched only by the 1-11 Utah Jazz and the constant trade rumors surrounding the team will not help things going forward.

Who is the NBA's biggest disappointment?

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