2002 — Drew Gooden
Drew Gooden carved out a nice, long NBA career for himself, playing 14 seasons around the league and collecting quite a closet full of jerseys. Gooden was drafted by the Grizzlies but didn’t even last a season before getting traded to the Magic, and that would be a sign of things to come for Gooden.
He went from the Magic to the Cavs, where he played a couple moderately successful years thanks to the presence of LeBron James, then bounced to the Bulls, Kings, Spurs, Mavericks, Clippers, Bucks, and Wizards, an incredible ten teams in all, a full one third of the league. Gooden was a perfectly useful big man, but he’ll mostly be remembered as the number four pick that got traded every couple seasons and the guy that had a weird soul patch on the back of his head for some reason.