10 years ago today, Beastie Boy Adam Yauch's documentary Gunnin' For That #1 Spot was released. The film follows eight of the USA's then-premiere high school basketball players on the fast track to the NBA.
Welp, they didn't amount to much, but all but one is still in the league.
Let's rank their careers!
8. Donté Greene
Currently playing in the Dominican Republic's Liga Nacional de Baloncesto after a stint in Lebanon.
7. Kyle Singler
Went from starting for the Pistons to being the last man off the Thunder's bench. 2010 NCAA champion, though.
6. Brandon Jennings
The number one high school basketball prospect in the country turned journeyman.
5. Jerryd Bayless
If nothing else, has bagged the third most money of this octet.
4. Michael Beasley
Started 30 games last season.
3. Lance Stephenson
Longtime nemesis of LeBron James. Became a meme.
2. Tyreke Evans
Beat out Steph Curry for 2010 NBA Rookie of the Year. Last season was quietly his best one to date.
1. Kevin Love
2016 NBA champion. Reported centrepiece of the new-look Cavaliers.
Yauch's previous film Awesome; I Fuckin' Shot That! presaged modern concertgoing.