No. 1 - Portland Trailblazers, 1972
May have been the first of many Trailblazer busts but Martin gave them nothing. He averaged 7 ppg and 5 reb. The future hall of famers they passed up for him proved just how big a bust this was.
Should have chosen: Bob McAdoo (N. 2 Buffalo), Paul Westphal (No. 10, Boston), or Julius Erving (No. 12, Milwaukee)
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