Tony Delk had the best pedigree of all the Wildcats drafted in the late 90s. He was named the Most Outstanding Player after leading Kentucky to the championship in 1996, and he still ranks second all time in Wildcat steals and fifth all time in scoring. Delk was a gunner who never found his shooting stroke in the NBA, scoring just nine points a game over a decade in the league.
He played for eight teams in ten seasons, never sticking at any team more than two years and never finding a starting role outside of one decent playoff season with the Boston Celtics. But he’ll always have a place in his Old Kentucky Home.