Skal Labissiere was supposed to be a superstar. He averaged 26 points, 12 rebounds, and 4.5 blocks a game his final year of high school and came to Kentucky looking like a future number one pick. He was the number one recruit for both Scout and Rivals. And then the games started. Labissiere struggled to stay on the court for the Wildcats, scoring just 6.6 points in under 16 minutes per game.
He decided to enter the draft anyway and snuck into the end of the first round but never found consistent playing time for the Sacramento Kings, despite their love of international big men that can’t play ball. Labissiere was dumped unceremoniously at the trade deadline for fellow bust Caleb Swanigan.