The 32 biggest NBA draft busts of all time

[post_page_title]Todd Fuller[/post_page_title]
Draft no.: 11th overall
Draft year: 1996
Team: Golden State Warriors
Knowing what they know now, the Golden State Warriors may want to go back in time and change their 11th overall pick from the 1996 draft. The Warriors chose Todd Fuller, a center from North Carolina State University. Fuller dominated in college, but his talents didn’t translate well to the NBA. He would go on to play five seasons, jumping between teams and never playing more than an average of 12 minutes a game. He ended his career with just 3.7 PPG and 3.0 rebounds. Kobe Bryant, Steve Nash and Derek Fisher were all drafted after Fuller.

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