To say that the NBA Draft is an inexact science would be an understatement.
If you go back and look at some of the past drafts, you can't help but ask "who is that guy" when you look at some of the players that have been taken over the years.
Taking chances on players that haven't proven themselves and an immense number of draft day trades have sort of become common place at the NBA Draft each year.
With the 2010 NBA Draft creeping closer each week, one can only wonder who will take the next Sam Bowie instead of drafting the next Michael Jordan, or who will allow the next Kobe Bryant to walk out their door for Vlade Divac.
So, in anticipation of the circus that has become draft day trades in the NBA, I created a list of the 10 best and worst draft trades in NBA history.
I may have left some out, but I went as far back as the 1981 draft searching for some real gems of trades that could have given former general managers nightmares when going back and looking at what they did.
The list is in no particular order, so sit back and relax, and feel free to comment on the trades, and even throw in a few of your own!