14. Shawn Kemp
Shawn Kemp was one heck of a player during his time. He mostly played during the 1990s and ended up retiring in 2003. However, when Kemp played with the Seattle SuperSonics, they were rarely out of contention for a Western Conference Title the entire time. Teaming with Gary Payton, Kemp was never asked to be the top scorer for the team.
However, he put up a ton of points and still managed to do everything else perfect. In fact, from 1991 to 1997, Kemp averaged a double-double with at least 10 rebounds per game as well as an average of around 18 points per game. He also averaged around 2 blocks and 2 steals a game for around ten years! While he did end up in the NBA Finals in 1996, Kemp sadly ran into the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls. Despite this, Kemp was always impressive.