Jan 17 2014
4. Kwame Brown, Washington Wizards
In the history of the NBA, it’s safe to say that there might not be a more miserable top pick than Kwame Brown was in 2001 for the Wizards.
For whatever reason, then Wiz President Michael Jordan thought that selecting the high school phenom would be the best decision for his franchise.
Brown blew while in D.C., yet somehow has managed to stay around the league, bouncing from team-to-team seemingly every season.
Can you believe this guy has already managed to play 12 years in the Association, and still hasn’t lived up to the potential Jordan saw in 2001?
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