1. John Stockton, Jazz
No. 16 -- First Round, 1984
It wasn’t enough that the Jazz secured the rights to the NBA’s all-time leader in assists and steals with one draft pick, they had to rub our noses in it by taking him in the middle of the first round. It was a legendary heist. Stockton was a dogged competitor out of Gonzaga who couldn’t even pass muster with the '84 USA Olympic team, yet the Jazz liked Stockton enough to draft him despite having Rickey Green (an All-Star in '84) already holding the fort down at point guard.