Drafted: No. 1 overall in 1998 by the Los Angeles Clippers
Career: Played for three teams from 1998 to 2007. Had a career scoring average of 8.3 ppg.
Today: Today Olowokandi is very active with charity work, including the Michael Olowokandi Foundation, which provides counseling and emotional support to NBA general managers who draft terrible basketball players.
Drafted: No. 1 overall in 1972 by the Portland Trail Blazers, ahead of Julius Irving and Bob McAdoo.
Career: Averaged 5.4 ppg in four seasons and Portland won its lone NBA title the year after he left.
Today: Since retiring in 1976, Martin has primarily been employed in lists of the NBA's all-time draft busts.
Drafted: No. 3 overall in 2006 by the Charlotte Bobcats.
Career: Averaged 7.5 ppg over three full seasons in addition to playing terrible defense. He fell out of the NBA after the 2010 season.
Today: Look out your window in your bushes. The creepy-looking perv is probably there.
Drafted: No. 1 overall in 2001 by the Washington Wizards.
Career: Has played for five NBA teams over 10 seasons, with averages of 6.8 points and 5.5 rebounds per game for his career. The 2010-2011 season was one of the best of his career as he averaged 7.9 points and 6.8 boards with the Charlotte Bobcats.
Today: Wait, what? Seriously? No way. According to that last sentence, Kwame Brown is still in the NBA. Huh. The NBA really should consider contraction to get rid of some of its dead weight.
Drafted: No. 1 overall in 2007 by the Portland Trail Blazers.
Career: Oden has played only parts of two seasons over his four years in the NBA due to frequent injuries and surgeries.
Today: He is in Room 432. I think we was napping the last time a nurse went by his room. Please remember that visiting hours are over at 7:30 p.m.
Drafted: No. 2 overall in 1993 by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Career: Bradley players 14 seasons for three NBA teams and averaged 8.1 ppg.
Today: Bradley is now involved in Utah politics. In fact, he ran for Congress as a Republican in 2010. However, he lost the election after his 5-foot-6 opponent dunked on him in the final debate.
Drafted: Early in the 1st Round of the 2011 NBA Draft.
Career: Exactly the same as Darko Milicic's career, only Turkish.
Today: Today Enes Kanter is sitting somewhere, completely unaware that he will become a historic draft bust.