You’ll forgive Nazr Mohammed for not exactly feeling like a bust. It’s hard to be a bust when you’re a two time NCAA champion, with titles in 1996 and 1998, as well as an NBA champion for the 2005 San Antonio Spurs. Mohammed was the penultimate pick of the 1998 draft and played almost two seasons in the NBA, finally retiring in 2016.
He never averaged double digit points or rebounds for a whole season but did start 354 games and appear in over 1000 games, and he started every playoff game of that Spurs championship run en route to 88 playoff appearances. Mohammed played for eight NBA teams in all, but for such a career journeyman, he sure had a lot of team success.