Saturday, June 18, 2005

Draft Floppin'

The Warriors represent hard on Collegehoopsnet.com's Top Ten Worst NBA Draft Flops.

4) Chris Washburn (North Carolina St)

Taken number 3 by Golden State in 1986, this seven footer never lived up to his potential due to a reoccurring drug problem that led to his permanent suspension from the NBA in 1989.


5) Todd Fuller (North Carolina St)

Former N.C. State standout was chosen 11th by the Golden State Warriors in 1996. NBA career has never taken off. Stayed in the league for five seasons. However, has not seen action since 2001.


What was your favorite Warrior flop?


3 Comments:

At 4:03 PM, Anonymous saint jean said...

dunleavy was probably my worst draft pick.

 
At 10:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russell Cross. Cross was taken in the first round of 1983 (6th overall). He was cut half way through his rookie season. Clyde Drexeler went 14th that year. Given the way contacts work nowadays, there's no way you'll see a top ten pick in the NBA get cut during his rookie year. Cross was so bad, he didn't play one more game in the NBA after being cut by the Warriors.

 
At 8:59 AM, Blogger atma brother #1 said...

Whoa! Anonymous- that was some excellent research going all the way back to 1983! You should have dropped a screenname. That was a post to be proud of.

 

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