10. Nate Robinson
Robinson spent the largest chunk of his career with the New York Knicks. He earned star status after he became the only three-time Slam Dunk champion in the competition’s history. To sum up, his relatively short stature enabled him to be more explosive than many of his opponents.
While he never really established himself as a starting point guard, Robinson did make valuable contributions when called upon him. He was able to overcome many taller opponents because of his leaping ability. In short, he was a great player.