10) Their Entire 2004 Draft
There was a bit of a buzz surrounding the Utah Jazz heading into the ’04 NBA Draft. The team had just completed an exciting season in which they nearly made the playoffs with a roster featuring Andrei Kirilenko, Matt Harpring and Carlos Arroyo, and had three-first round picks in the coffers.
Unfortunately, then-GM Kevin O’Connor ended up having what was probably his worst draft as the team’s top decision-maker.
With their picks at Nos. 14 and 16, the Jazz went with Kris Humphries and Kirk Snyder. The future (and now former) Mr. Kardashian eventually became a solid pro, but was a bad fit in Utah and after proclaiming himself a Rookie of the Year front-runner, Snyder crashed and burned out of the league and would eventually do hard time in a correctional facility.
Their selection at No. 21 was Pavel Podkolzin, who was shipped to the Dallas Mavericks.
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