Oliver Miller. In his career he went on to be as big as 375 pounds. With this kind of weight he was not fast enough or athletic enough to make plays. He was not tall enough to be on a new ball. His career eventually ended and things get worse, he went to the Harlem Globetrotters but he got cut by the Harlem Globetrotters. The reason he got cut off was that he had no appreciation for what it takes mentally and physically to be a Harlem Globetrotter.
Mengke Bateer was another player who in peoples point of view did not prove anything. He won a championship but of all the players that won a championship, he is the least productive and worst. He averaged more fouls and points.
Nikoloz Tskitishvili. It is claimed that he did not do the things he was expected to do. There are reports that the Nuggets front office never actually saw him play and still drafted him number five overall. That is so unbelievable.
Michael Ruffin. In the second year of his career as an NBA player, he averaged 2.6 points a game and that got people excited because this was just the start and he was going to get more minutes. But can you believe that during his whole career he never averaged more than 2.6 points. He had more career fouls than career points. What a disappointment.
Son young. A 6’9 ball handling two guard player had some few ideally games and so the Lakers offered him a contract. Well, in his first game, in just five minutes he got four fouls and two turnovers. In his career, he had more fouls than points and as many turnovers as assists and steals combined.
Sherakey Parks. I know that the name sounds like a plays but no, he is considered to be the worst NBA player of all time. He averaged twelve and a half points and six point seven rebounds in college. In his NBA career, in nine years he was with seven teams. On a defense, he was one of the worst defensive players. It was said that everyone was faster and stronger than him. The best year of his nine year career of an offensive skilled player with 6.3 points per game.