Biggest Top 5 NBA Draft Busts Since 1995

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Draft Info (College and Position)BustPotential Alternatives
#1 pick in 1995 by Golden State (Maryland power forward)
#2 pick in 1997 by Philadelphia, then immediately traded to New Jersey (Utah small forward)
#1 pick in 1998 by Los Angeles Clippers (Pacific center)
#3 pick in 1998 by Denver (Kansas power forward)
#5 pick in 1999 by Toronto (Picayune High School power forward)
#2 pick in 2000 by Vancouver (LSU power forward)
#4 pick in 2000 by Chicago (Iowa State power forward)
#1 pick in 2001 by Washington (Glynn Academy center)
Draft Info (College and Position)BustPotential Alternatives
#2 pick in 2002 by Chicago (Duke point guard)
#5 pick in 2002 by Denver (Benetton Traviso center) [note: I'll accept the player's initials for this one]
#2 pick in 2003 by Detroit (Hemofarm Vrsac center)
#4 pick in 2004 by Los Angeles Clippers (Peoria High School point guard)
#2 pick in 2005 by Atlanta (North Carolina small forward) [not a complete bust, but the Hawks would surely like to re-do this one]
#3 pick in 2006 by Charlotte (Gonzaga small forward)
#1 pick in 2007 by Portland (Ohio State center) [note: might be too early to call him a bust, but it's shaping up that way]

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