Best Value: Clyde Drexler, No. 14, 1983. In addition to Drexler, the Blazers also nabbed Terry Porter late in the first round in 1985 and Jerome Kersey with the 46th overall pick in 1984.
Worst Value: Sam Bowie, No. 2, 1984. Not even Kersey could make up for the fact that Portland infamously passed up Michael Jordan in '84. Bowie could never stay healthy enough to live up to his potential, and the Blazers have been re-living that misfortune recently with Greg Oden. Portland also took LaRue Martin over Bob McAdoo with the top pick in 1972.(Photo: Mike Powell/Getty Images)