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Len Bias (1986, Boston Celtics): The University of Maryland star had high hopes, but tragically passed away before he got to record a single NBA stat.
Wayman Tisdale (1985, Indiana Pacers): Wayman was one of the greatest collegiate basketball players of all-time. He was the first freshman All-American and added two more before he left Oklahoma for the NBA. In May of 2009 he lost a long battle with cancer.
Sam Bowie (1984, Portland Trail Blazers): Unfortunately, Bowie became famous for who was drafted No. 3 in 1984, His Airness, Michael Jordan. Try living up to that.
Shawn Bradley (1993, Philadelphia 76ers): Who could forget the goofy 7’6” German from BYU. He ranks 15th all-time with 2,119 blocks.
Tyson Chandler (2001, LA Clippers): As good as he has been in his career, he is just now coming into his own. With several years left, Chandler will make a run up the list of great centers. Or at least the All-Time Alley Oops list.
Marcus Camby (1996, Toronto Raptors): Has had a very solid career, averaging 10.0 ppg and 10.0 rpg. Currently has the funkiest shot I have ever seen, but he somehow gets that midrange "jumper" to go in with alarming regularity.