Jonathan Bender (Pacers)
In the 1999 draft, the Pacers decided to trade away one of their toughest, most beloved players (Antonio Davis), for a high school superstar (Bender). It was a move that may have cost them a championship. Bender was a non-factor during his time in Indiana, while Davis would make his first and only All-Star game while in Toronto. The Pacers certainly could have used Davis's gritty interior play that year in the NBA Finals, where they fell to Shaquille O'Neal and the Lakers in six games. —Johnny Goodtimes (AP Photo/Tom Olmscheid)
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