Teams are getting ready to begin their seasons. The NBA draft is behind us, but it's never too late or early to analyze the results. In this edition, take a look as we rank from worst to best the former No. 1 overall picks in the last ten drafts. Markelle Fultz, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's draft, will not be included since he has yet to play a game.

10. Anthony Bennett-Cleveland Cavaliers

The debate of what's worse continues. How could the Cavaliers draft Bennett at number one, but how could the Timberwolves take him in a trade to send Kevin Love to Cleveland?

Bennett lasted four seasons with four different teams and averaged 4.4 points in his career. Now, he is playing overseas after weight problems and efficacy dogged him.

9. Greg Oden-Portland Trail Blazers

Oden never lived up to the hype. The Trail Blazers will always be dogged for not picking Kevin Durant when they had the chance. Oden has not played in the league since 2014, and only played three seasons in his career. He averaged 8.0 points and 6.2 rebounds. He will go down as one of the biggest busts in NBA history.

8. Ben Simmons-Philadelphia 76ers

Simmons could rise on this list one day. He could be number one for all we know. The problem is that we don't know anything. Simmons missed all of last season with foot surgery.

However, reports say that Simmons is still the player that teams drooled over. It will be interesting if Simmons playing point guard actually happens.

7. Andrew Wiggins-Cleveland Cavaliers

Wiggins was the main package that landed Love to the Cavaliers. However, Wiggins is starting to progress. After averaging a career high in points this past season, he landed a five year extension to stay in Minnesota.

The Timberwolves are looking to make the postseason for the first time since 2004 this season, and Wiggins will be a huge part of that.

6. Derrick Rose-Chicago Bulls

Rose is the youngest player to win an MVP award when he played in Chicago. The 21 year old was a sensation at the time. Now, after three knee injuries, the Bulls fan base will always wonder what if.

When healthy, he was one of the most lethal guards in the league. Now, he looks to help the Cavaliers win a title after spending a year in New York.

5. Blake Griffin-LA Clippers

Griffin has had an on and off career. Injuries have kept him off the court in each of his seasons, but he produces when on the court. Griffin has averages of 21.5 points and 9.4 rebounds. Griffin recently signed the second largest contract in league history this past offseason.

4. Karl Anthony-Towns-Minnesota Timberwolves

Anthony-Towns is going to give Anthony Davis a run for his money in the Tim Duncan comparisons. In two seasons, Anthony-Towns holds career averages of 21.7 points and 11.4 rebounds. He turns 22 this season.

That is incredible, but even better for the Timberwolves as he could get better. How scary is that?

3. John Wall-Washington Wizards

Wall signed an five year extension this offseason, and wants to make Washington his home. Wall holds career marks of 18.8 points and 9.2 assists a game. He is a scorer, facilitator, and leader on the court. Wall could be the greatest player in Wizards history by the time he finishes. He already the franchise leader in assists, and seventh in points scored.

2. Kyrie Irving-Cleveland Cavaliers

If Irving was not on the Cavaliers two years ago, the team would not have won a championship. Irving is one ofthe most underrated players in the league because he plays with LeBron James.

Irving wants to be traded out, but the four time All Start is just 26, and may still have not even peaked yet.

1. Anthony Davis-New Orleans Pelicans

If Davis was on another team, he might have a championship ring right now. However, he loves New Orleans. Davis is just 24 years old and has career marks of 22.4 points and 10.2 rebounds. He might be this generation's Tim Duncan.