29. Matthew Dellavedova
The first of several Australians on this list, Dellavedova went to college in the US at St. Mary’s College of California. It was the Cleveland Cavaliers who first gave him a shot in the NBA and he took it with open arms. He played a big role in helping them win the title in 2016, as he played stellar defense against Stephen Curry.
Dellavedova cashed in the following offseason, signing a major 4-year, $38 million deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. However, they didn’t give him enough starting opportunities and he pushed to leave. Now back with the Cavs, he’s helping them rebuild and improve for the future.