2. Alexsandar Radojevic- Center selected 12th overall 1999
Alexsandar Radojevic was another wasted lottery pick by the Toronto Raptors. After making brilliant draft selections in their first four years of existence, Alexsandar Radojjevic has the distinction of being the Raptors’ first bust in the NBA Draft.
In two seasons as a Raptor, he played just three games due to an assortment of injuries and poor play. Like the Raphael Araujo selection in 2004, players selected after Alexsandar Radojevic in 1999, at the draft, were Corey Maggette, Ron Artest, James Posey, and Andrei Kirilenko.
One good thing about Alexsandar Radojevic is that he was involved in the deal that sent Keon Clark from Denver to Toronto. Keon Clark was an energetic and athletic role player for the Toronto Raptors for a season and a half after the trade, in January 2001.