10. Dwight Howard
Dwight Howard, at one point, was the second coming of Shaquille O’Neal and became just as dominant as the Big Diesel. Even though the league has changed, Howard is still able to contribute to this day in the NBA. This is likely why he is still playing in the league. However, at one point the man was nearly unstoppable.
He has averaged at least 10 rebounds a game for every season of his career barring the 2018-2019 season when he averaged just under that at 9.2 per game. Howard was so dominant on the boards that he led the league in rebounds 5 times, including three seasons back to back to back. He’s also a skilled defender, allowing him to average 2 blocks a game from 2006 to 2014. In that time, he also led the league in blocks twice. Howard is currently Top 20 in career blocks & rebounds in NBA History too.
The 8-time NBA All-Star did play in the NBA Finals once in his career as a member of the Orlando Magic back in 2009. Sadly, despite putting up good numbers, his team did not help much and the Magic lost. Thus, Howard landed on this list of the best players who never won the NBA Championship.