Adam Morrison (Gonzaga)
Remember Adam Morrison? As the leader of the Gonzaga Bulldogs, this 6-foot-8 small forward dominated college hoops from 2003-2006. During his junior season, Morrison was the nation’s leading scorer, averaging an absurd 28.1 ppg. In a game before March Madness tipped-off, Morrison exploded for a career high 44 points. Nowadays, you see entire teams fighting to score 44 points in a game… Charlotte Bobcats “Manager of Basketball Operations” — Michael Jordan — loved Morrison and selected him with the 3rd-overall pick in the 2006 NBA Draft. But just like MJ’s performance as a talent evaluator, Morrison was a huge disappointment. During his five seasons in the NBA, he started only 33 games, and shot an embarrassing 39% from the field.