Michael Olowokandi (Pacific)

No. 1 - L.A. Clippers, 1998
Though the Nigerian native's career lasted until 2007, he only averaged 8.3 ppg and 6.8 reb.
His flop is being picked up by the Clippers as a No. 1 in a quality draft class.
Should have picked: Vince Carter (No. 5, Golden State - traded to Toronto), Dirk Nowitzki (No. 9, Milwaukee - traded to Dallas), Paul Pierce (No. 10, Boston), or Rashard Lewis (No. 32, Seattle)
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No. 1 - L.A. Clippers, 1998 Though the Nigerian native's career lasted until 2007, he only averaged 8.3 ppg and 6.8 reb. His flop is being picked up by the Clippers as a No. 1 in a quality draft class. Should have picked: Vince Carter (No. 5, Golden State - traded to Toronto), Dirk Nowitzki (No. 9, Milwaukee - traded to Dallas), Paul Pierce (No. 10, Boston), or Rashard Lewis (No. 32, Seattle)

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