The NBA Draft is one of the more entertaining sporting events of the year. If you're disagreeing right now, then you've probably never sat down and watched a full draft and made any attempt to appreciate it. What makes the draft so intriguing is the vast variability of it.
Owners, coaches and GMs gather around and judge players who have never played a single NBA game based solely on collegiate experience, foreign competition and individual workouts.
The length of a prospect's arms become as important as what he has actually done on the court. His "coachability" becomes as important as his actual production.
To top it all off, these new draftees at the bottom of the NBA totem pole are asked to shed their attire of choice (shorts and sneakers) for formal wear and are introduced to the CEO of the world's largest basketball business, commissioner David Stern.
It's hard not to marvel, therefore, at the teams and players who consistently make good decisions on draft day.
But it's even harder not to anticipate coming disasters. With that in mind, here's a closer look at 10 horrible draft-day decisions that will be made.