2. Kendall Marshall – WS -0.2 (-0.012)
Drafted 13th overall in 2012
Again, another selection made with the hope that he could be the point guard of the future, the former North Carolina Tar Heel (where he averaged 9.8 assists per game in 2011-12) seemed to fall right into the Phoenix Suns’ lap.
Unfortunately though, no matter how well he might have been able to pass, not only could he not score, but boy – he did not play any defense.
In his lone, rookie season with the franchise, Marshall had an Offensive Rating of only 91 with a Defensive Rating of a whopping 112.
Fortunately the Suns were able to move on from him after only one season, in a trade that actually netted them the pick that would become Tyler Ennis.
He was later re-acquired in the same trade that Ennis was shipped off for Brandon Knight, but was waived two days later.