3. Travis Knight (1996-1997, 1998-2000)
The Lakers have a history of great centers throughout their history, but when they were bad, they were REALLY bad.
Travis Knight was unnoticeable in his rookie season with the team. After a season away in Boston, he returned and got worse. Except when it came to committing fouls. He averaged more than seven fouls per 36 minutes in his last two seasons with the team.
He has legitimately done nothing of note in the NBA, so here is a video of him getting drafted.