Mark Madsen — 2001 & 2002 Los Angeles Lakers
The Mad Dog was a lot of fun as an energy big man at Stanford, but his game never translated to the NBA. Mark Madsen had a career high of 3.6 points per game, and that was only after he left the Lakers for sunnier pastures. Madsen was the second to last pick in the first round of the 2000 draft, and one year Madsen was a champion. He became a two time champion the following summer as the Shaq and Kobe Lakers completed their threepeat.
It was no thanks to Madsen, who was something of a farcical comedy off the bench. In 2002, Madsen literally had a 0 offensive rating in 10 minutes played. I didn’t even know that was possible.