#1) '03-Drafting D. Milicic(#2) over C. Anthony(#3).....D. Wade(#5), C. Bosh(#4) ...No question about this one. 'Melo's been a top-10-ish NBA'er for the last decade. There's no telling how many championships we missed out on by making this enormous mistake. #2) '01-Drafting R. White(#9) over J. Johnson(#10).....Z. Randolph(#19) ...Johnson and Randolph, after over a decade, are still All-Star level players. Not making this mistake would've changed the make-up of our squad - - - and helped us cope with mistake #1. #3) '09-Drafting A. Daye(#15) over J. Holliday(#17) ...J. Holliday is an All-Star and one of the best young guards in the game. This was a big mistake. #4) '05-Drafting J. Maxiel(#26) over D. Lee(#30) ...D. Lee has been playing at an All-Star level for almost a decade now. This was a big mistake as well. #5) Firing L. Brown. ...Joe-D thought he was king of the world. Had a championship-level team and the league's best or second best coach. Firing him - instead of at least attempting to work things out - was a big mistake that might've cost us a championship. #6) Signing B. Gordon. ...Big mistake that helped end an era and set-us back big-time. #7) Signing C. Villanueva. ...Ditto. #8) Trading C. Billups (and others) for A. Iverson. ...Horrible, horrible trade. Prematurely destroyed a team that still had life. #9) Trading A. Afflalo for a 2nd round pick. ...Not the biggest of deals, but still, a terrible, terrible trade that hurt us big-time. #10) Wildcard. ...There were about half-a-dozen questionable moves Joe-D made that I couldn't pick between. And I feel like I'm forgetting something too. So, I'm going to leave this one up to the board.