The NBA offseason was a busy one, and it isn't over for some teams. However, as players begin to settle into their new teams, some players are not going to contribute the way fans may think. For these teams, their investment will not be a positive one for this season.

Dwight Howard-Charlotte Bobcats

The Bobcats will be Howard's fourth team in six seasons. Howard is well past the player that earned him three Defensive Player of the Year awards. Howard is not an offensive go-to player anymore either. He averaged the fewest points per game since his rookie season in 2004.

His rebounding game is a plus as he pulled down an average 12.7 boards last year, which was his highest total since the 2011 season.

In an era where shooters are more valuable than centers, the Bobcats do not have a lot of shooters. Besides Nicolas Batum and Kemba Walker, the rest of the team is not an outside presence. Howard will provide a nice player inside, but won't make the Bobcats that much more of a contender.

Kris Dunn-Chicago Bulls

Dunn was supposed to be an impact Point Guard when he was drafted No. 5 overall, but he had a disastrous rookie year. Dunn averaged 3.8 points with the Timberwolves last season in 17.1 minutes of Playing Time. His defense was lackluster with a defensive minded coach in Tom Thibodeau.

Dunn was a part of the package that landed Jimmy Butler in Minnesota. The Bulls needed a point guard of the future as it looks like Cam Payne is not going to pan out. For this team, Dunn might not pan out either.

Victor Oladipo-Indiana Pacers

Oladipo was part of the Paul George trade that sent George to Oklahoma City. Oladipo averaged 15.9 points last season and pulled in 4.3 rebounds.

However, he was playing with the best player in the league in Russell Westbrook last year. Oladipo moves on to Indiana where he might be the best player on the team. Oladipo was the best player in Orlando, and look as those team's records.

Derrick Rose-Cleveland Cavaliers

Most fans should hope that Kyrie Irving and Rose are on the same team this season.

Irving has been in the news for requesting a trade. If the Cavaliers cannot grant his wish, imagine what drama will land in "the land." Cleveland will have the story of who gets playing time between Irving and Rose. Then, there's already the drama of LeBron James leaving or staying after this season. Rose can be a solid point guard even though he is passed his MVP years. However, it's still hard to believe that Rose wants to be a backup.