At the start of every NBA season, there is no greater amount of pressure on anyone than the lucky individual who was taken with the first overall pick in the most recent draft. Here is a rookie whose talent was considered to be so unbelievably good on the college level, some team in desperate need of rebuilding has chosen to make him the one to lead them out of the cellar.
Yet, as history as shown us, not all of the players taken as the No. 1 pick pan out well. In recent years, a notable case of a first overall pick busting out is current free agent center Greg Oden (pictured), who was taken at that position in 2007 and has never lived up to his potential.
Thus, here are the 10 worst No. 1 NBA draft picks of all time.