23. Carlos Arroyo
After graduating from FIU, he went undrafted. Then, the Toronto Raptors signed Arroyo but released him quickly. He went to Spain before a short spell with the Pistons. However, being a professional basketball player isn’t an easy career path. When the Utah Jazz came in for him, his career trajectory changed.
Initially their third point guard, Arroyo found himself as a starter when John Stockton retired. However, he proved to be up to the task, as he averaged 12.6 points per game and pushed the Jazz towards a playoff position. Now retired, he’s playing in the Big3.