22. Adrian Dantley
If you want to know about a scorer that was nearly unstoppable his entire career, Adrian Dantley is your man. He has an average of 24 points per game for his entire career of nearly 15 seasons. For the first 4 seasons of his career, he averaged somewhere near 20 points per game. However, he ended up becoming unstoppable from 1980 to 1984 when he averaged 30 points per game.
During this period, he led the NBA in scoring twice! He also led the league in minutes during the 1980-81 season with 42 per game. From 1985 to 1989, he still averaged around 20 to 25 points per game. Dantley was also one heck of a defender, as he averaged near 1 to 2 steals a game most of his career.
Despite his dominance, he only made the All-NBA Second Team a few times. Most scoring champions make the First Team, which makes you wonder how Dantley never made it. However, he was a 6-time NBA All-Star.