25. Lakers Draft Jerry West
Oscar Robertson was the first selection in the 1960 Draft, a territorial pick of the Cincinnati Royals. The soon to be relocated Minneapolis Lakers then selected West Virginia guard Jerry West. Now given their resumes as players, there seemingly wasn't a loser in this scenario. Two Hall of Famers, two icons, two winners, right? But considering West's undying loyalty to the Lakers and subsequent success as a general manager, this is one situation where the Lakers were lucky to have come in second.