Marvin Williams, Utah Jazz
A change of scenery figured to work well for this Williams, also a disappointing former No. 2 overall pick, but instead he's having arguably the worst season of his career in Utah. The Jazz have cast Williams as a spot-up shooter, and after making a career-high 38.9 percent beyond the arc in 2011-12, he's down to 34.7 percent -- closer to his career average from 3-point range (33.2 percent). Now Williams is barely creating any of his own offense, which explains why his usage rate and his per-minute scoring are both career lows. Utah's in the market for a point guard, and Williams could be part of the package, giving him an opportunity to put more of his skills to use.