Jamal Crawford, Michigan, Cleveland Cavaliers, 2000. Perhaps the next best player, though he never was an All-Star and from perhaps the worst draft ever. Unfortunately, the Bulls used six picks in that draft, the best one being when they swapped picks on draft night with the Cavaliers for Crawford. Crawford has gone on to playing for eight teams and becoming arguably the best career sixth man ever with 50-point games for four franchises, the first three-time winner of the Sixth Man award, the oldest player to have a 50-point game and the most points in a game off the bench. Others from this era who had successful careers drafted No. 8 include Detlef Schrempf, Vin Baker and Andre Miller.