Chris McGrath/Getty Images
After seeing how disappointed they were in Darius Miles, the Clippers brass sure weren't shy about getting back into the high-school drafting game, taking Shaun Livingston fourth overall in the 2004 draft.
Victim to one of the most gruesome injuries ever seen on a basketball court (You can YouTube that one on your own. I don't have the heart to link to it here), Livingston's run with the Clippers came to an untimely end.
The talent he possessed was evident, but even when healthy, Livingston never put it together enough to supplant the ancient Sam Cassell as the starting point guard. Perhaps he would have eventually had his knee held up, but a player with his body type would be prone to injury anyways. We can't label someone a future superstar unless they gave us an actual reason to.