Lakers Nation Presents The Top-10 Worst Lakers Of All-Time

Lakers Nation Presents The Top-10 Worst Lakers Of All-Time

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8. Sam Bowie (1993-1995)

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Bowie will never live down the fact that he was selected ahead of Michael Jordan in the 1984 NBA Draft. But he eventually had a couple of decent years which lead to the Lakers bringing him in before the 1993 season.

Bowie disappointed, playing in only 92 games in two seasons with the Lakers, whileaveraging less than six points and five rebounds in nearly 20 minutes a night. Making things worse, he was the second-highest paid player on the team. His legacy will forever remain the same.

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