4. Kemba Walker
One of those players the NBA likes to pretend is a six-footer, Walker comes in at less than that with his shoes off. But the Boston Celtics’ star is still a great player as he proved over and over again for the Hornets. An All-Star for four years in a row, there’s a reason the Celtics wanted him.
One of the highlights of his debut season in green-and-white was a scintillating display against LeBron James’s LA Lakers. He’s a point guard with a shoot-first mentality because of his smaller frame. When you’re short you have to turn your physical disadvantages into advantages, and that’s what he does.