SF: Wesley Johnson
The Timberwolves won just 15 games in 2010 but slipped from second to fourth in the lottery. Minnesota had a young Kevin Love and Al Jefferson to go with a young backcourt. They needed a wing, so the Wolves took a chance on Johnson.
He turned 23 years old during his rookie season and had one of the best years of his career. Johnson lasted just two seasons in Minnesota where he averaged 7.7 points and 2.9 rebounds in 24.6 minutes per game. He was traded with a second-round pick in a three-team deal that brought two second-rounders back.
Johnson played nine years in the league, but he was never more than a role player. He averaged just 7.0 points and 3.2 rebounds in 22.1 minutes per game for his career. With the fourth overall pick, the Minnesota Timberwolves should have tried to acquire a star, but it never panned out.
Paul George, Gordon Hayward, and DeMarcus Cousins were all still on the board when the Timberwolves drafted Johnson. Imagine PG or a prime Hayward in Minnesota next to Kevin Love. It could have happened if they nailed this pick, but the Timberwolves busted big time in 2010.