Small Blunders: The 10 Biggest NBA Point Guard Busts of All-Time

Mike B.Correspondent ISeptember 8, 2009

Small Blunders: The 10 Biggest NBA Point Guard Busts of All-Time

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    1 Nov 2000:  Mateen Cleaves #24 of the Detroit Pistons moves with the ball during the game against the Boston Celtics at the Fleet Center in Boston, Massachusetts.  The Celtics defeated the Pistons 103-83.  NOTE TO USER: It is expressly understood that th

10. Antonio Daniels (Drafted fouth overall, 1997)

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9. Phil Ford (Drafted second overall, 1978)

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8. Kelvin Ransey (Drafted fourth overall, 1980)

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7. Marcus Banks (Drafted 13th overall, 2003)

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6. Bryce Drew (Drafted 16th overall, 1998)

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5. Randy Woods (Drafted 16th overall, 1992)

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4. William Avery (Drafted 14th overall, 1999)

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3. Reece Gaines (Drafted 15th overall, 2003)

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2. Mateen Cleaves (Drafted 14th overall, 2000)

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    22 Mar 2001:  A close up of Mateen Cleaves #24 of the Detroit Pistons as he looks on from the court during the game against the Los Angeles Clippers at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. The Clippers defeated the Pistons 101-94.    NOTE TO USE

1. Troy Bell (Drafted 16th overall, 2003)

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