Top 10 Most Promising NBA Careers Ruined by Injuries

Even though Oden proved to be way too fragile to be worth a #1 pick, it looked like the Blazers could still manage to stay afloat with two first round picks from the 2006 draft – Lamarcus Aldridge and Rookie of The Year Brandon Roy. Making the All-Star game 3 times, many thought that Roy would be the next great shooting guard. Unfortunately, the cartilage in his knees was really letting him down and the constant injuries led to him retiring from the NBA at just 27 years old. Portland has the worst luck when it comes to injuries.