1985 — Sam Vincent
Sam Vincent was a four year combo guard for Michigan State and came with quite the pedigree after breaking Magic Johnson’s high school scoring record at Lansing’s Eastern High School. He had the good fortune of being drafted with the 20th pick by the Boston Celtics in 1985.
Vincent didn’t get to play much his rookie season, but he did win an NBA championship ring, and that would turn out to be the highlight of his career. Vincent was never a particularly winning player on either end of the court in the NBA.