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Michael Jordan will go down as the best basketball player in the history of the game, but his talent evaluating skills might only be as strong as his ability to hit a curveball.
Kwame Brown is among the worst first overall picks in the history of the league, as he has never found success at any of his several stops throughout his tenure in the NBA. Seventh overall pick Eddie Griffin's career battled mental health issues before his recent passing, Kedrick Brown lasted for about a minute and Joe Fortefor about 30 seconds.
Pau Gasol, Joe Johnson, Gerald Wallace, Tony Parker and Zach Randolph headline this class, but even they don't save the day for this lackluster bunch.
Oh, and two words for all my Knicks fans reading this: Eddy Curry.
First Five Selections: K. Brown (CHA), T. Chandler (LAC), P. Gasol (ATL), E. Curry (CHI), J. Richardson (GS)