I have decided to take on a little project and look back at some of the disappointments from the 2004 NBA Draft. Giving the players five full seasons to prove their worth, I figured I could see who is a bust and who has soared. So, I started at the top with Dwight HowardùOK, he is great. Then came Emeke Okafor. Now, this could go either way, but I will give him credit. He is a stellar double-double man. Ben Gordon was selected third and he is a top player. Then comes Shaun Livingston, who was selected fourth by the Los Angeles Clippers. Man, he has had a tough road. Livingston is an injury waiting to happen. He played in only 30 games his rookie season. His numbers looked like this: 27 minutes per game, seven points per game, and five assists per contest. The 2005-06 season would see him ...
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