Draft Selection: 42nd Overall, 1998
Length Of NBA Tenure: 1998-1999
Accolades: CBA Newcomer of the Year, CBA MVP, CBA Playoff MVP
Miles Simon didn't see much success in the NBA, playing only one season with the Orlando Magic before heading to the Continental Basketball Association where he actually made a name for himself. During the 2001-02 season with the Dakota Wizards, Simon averaged 23 points and five assists per game and won the league's Most Valuable Player award, Newcomer of the Year, and Playoff MVP. In 2005, he went back to Arizona where he worked as an assistant coach under Lute Olsen until 2008. These days, Simon can be seen on ESPN as a college basketball analyst or in Las Vegas where he works as a real estate agent during the offseason.