Golden State Warriors Best Players of All Time

The Golden State Warriors are one of the most successful and beloved franchises in NBA history. Founded in 1946, they have been a strong presence throughout the decades, making 16 playoff appearances since moving to San Francisco Bay Area in 1962. The team has won six championships over their storied existence, including three titles during their current run of success that began with drafting Stephen Curry in 2009. Boasting an exciting style of play as well as a passionate fanbase spanning across generations and cultures, the Golden State Warriors represent everything great about basketball today.

1. Stephen Curry

Point guard

Stephen Curry Career

  • High school: Charlotte Christian, (Charlotte, North Carolina)
  • College: Davidson (2006–2009)
  • NBA draft 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2009–present
  • 2009–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), NBA Finals MVP (2022), 2× NBA Most Valuable Player (2015, 2016), 8× NBA All-Star (2014–2019, 2021, 2022), NBA All-Star Game MVP (2022), 4× All-NBA First Team (2015, 2016, 2019, 2021), 3× All-NBA Second Team (2014, 2017, 2022), All-NBA Third Team (2018), NBA Western Conference Finals MVP (2022), 2× NBA Three-Point Contest champion (2015, 2021), 2× NBA scoring champion (2016, 2021), NBA steals leader (2016), 50–40–90 club (2016), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2010), NBA 75th Anniversary Team, Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year (2022), Consensus first-team All-American (2009), Consensus second-team All-American (2008), NCAA season scoring leader (2009), 2× SoCon Player of the Year (2008, 2009), 3× First-team All-SoCon (2007–2009), No. 30 retired by Davidson Wildcats
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, FIBA World Cup, : 2010 Turkey: National team, : 2014 Spain: National team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • FIBA World Cup
  • : 2010 Turkey: National team
  • : 2014 Spain: National team

Stephen Curry is a professional basketball player who plays for the Golden State Warriors. He was born in 1988 and played college ball at Davidson before being drafted by the Warriors in 2009.

Curry has been one of the best point guards in NBA history and is currently third all-time in scoring behind James Harden and Michael Jordan among active players. In addition to his incredible on court play, Curry is known for his philanthropy and activism off of it, especially with regards to children's health issues.

Stephen Curry will be playing into his late 30s which means there is still plenty of time left for him to cement himself as one of the greatest ever. Stephen Curry is a two-time NBA MVP and four-time champion. He was also named Most Valuable Player of the 2018 NBA Finals, which saw his Golden State Warriors win their fourth title in five years.

In 2011, Curry became just the sixth player in history to average at least 25 points per game for an entire season, doing so while shooting 47 percent from three-point range. His versatile play has seen him rack up accolades across all categories – he's won several awards including All-NBA First Team honours and been crowned scoring king and steals leader multiple times over.

2. Kevin Durant

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Kevin Durant Career

  • High school: , National Christian Academy, (Fort Washington, Maryland), Oak Hill Academy, (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia), Montrose Christian School, (Rockville, Maryland)
  • College: Texas (2006–2007)
  • NBA draft 2007 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics
  • Playing career: 2007–present
  • 2007–2016: Seattle SuperSonics /, Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2016–2019: Golden State Warriors
  • 2019–present: Brooklyn Nets
  • 2× NBA champion (2017, 2018), 2× NBA Finals MVP (2017, 2018), NBA Most Valuable Player (2014), 12× NBA All-Star (2010–2019, 2021, 2022), 2× NBA All-Star Game MVP (2012, 2019), 6× All-NBA First Team (2010–2014, 2018), 4× All-NBA Second Team (2016, 2017, 2019, 2022), NBA Rookie of the Year (2008), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2008), 4× NBA scoring champion (2010–2012, 2014), 50–40–90 club (2013), NBA 75th Anniversary Team, Consensus national college player of the year (2007), Consensus first-team All-American (2007), Big 12 Player of the Year (2007), No. 35 retired by Texas Longhorns, FIBA World Championship MVP (2010), 3× USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year (2010, 2016, 2021), McDonald's All-American Game MVP (2006), First-team Parade All-American (2006), Second-team Parade All-American (2005)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympics, : 2012 London: Team, : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team, : 2020 Tokyo: Team, World Championship/World Cup, : 2010 Turkey: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympics
  • : 2012 London: Team
  • : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • World Championship/World Cup
  • : 2010 Turkey: Team

Kevin Durant is a six-time NBA All-Star and two-time scoring champion. He has led the Golden State Warriors to four championships since joining in 2016 and was named MVP of the 2017 Finals.

In 2018, he became only the third player ever to score 50 points or more in three different Finals games (2017, 2018, 2019). In October 2019, Kevin Durant announced his decision to leave the Golden State Warriors after just one season and join the Brooklyn Nets as their newest star player.

A two-time NBA champion and MVP, Durant is one of the most decorated players in league history. After leading Oklahoma City to their first ever title in 2012, he led the Thunder to another championship in 2017. Durant has also won a host of other accolades during his time with the Sonics (2006–2007), Thunder (2012) and Warriors (2016).

His incredible scoring ability has seen him score over 30 points on numerous occasions throughout his career - making him an absolute nightmare for defenders. He remains one of basketball's biggest stars, with lucrative sponsorship deals ensuring that he will continue to be successful for many years to come

3. Draymond Green

Power forward

Draymond Green Career

  • High school: Saginaw (Saginaw, Michigan)
  • College: Michigan State (2008–2012)
  • NBA draft 2012 / Round: 2 / Pick: 35th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2012–present
  • 2012–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), 4× NBA All-Star (2016–2018, 2022), All-NBA Second Team (2016), All-NBA Third Team (2017), NBA Defensive Player of the Year (2017), 4× NBA All-Defensive First Team (2015–2017, 2021), 3× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2018, 2019, 2022), NBA steals leader (2017), NABC National Player of the Year (2012), Consensus first-team All-American (2012), Big Ten Player of the Year (2012), First-team All-Big Ten (2012), 2× Third-team All-Big Ten (2010, 2011), Big Ten All-Defensive Team (2012), Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year (2010), Big Ten tournament MVP (2012), No. 23 retired by Michigan State Spartans, Fourth-team Parade All-American (2008)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team, : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team

Draymond Green was born on March 4, 1990 in Saginaw, Michigan. He played college basketball at Michigan State and became a two-time All American. Green was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 2012 and has since played for them throughout his career.

His standout moments during his playing career include winning an NBA championship with the Warriors in 2018 and being named Defensive Player of the Year in 2017/2018 season. Draymond is married to Channing Tatum and they have one child together - a son name Zaire Jackson Tatum Jr..

Green is a four-time NBA champion and four-time All-Star. He was named the 2017 NBA Defensive Player of the Year, becoming just the second player in league history to win both awards in the same season (the other being Kawhi Leonard). Green also ranks first all time in steals at Michigan State with 353 career thefts.

In 2018, he became just the third player ever to achieve both an MVP and Finals MVP award in their respective careers (joining Michael Jordan and LeBron James). On October 14, 2018, Green was suspended for three games after throwing a punch at Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert during Game 4 of their playoff series; this led to him being ejected from that game as well .

Born on May 28th 1988 in Saginaw, Michigan, Draymond has played his entire eight-year professional career with Golden State Warriors where he currently holds averages of 23 points per game, 10 rebounds per game and two assists per game over 538 regular season minutes

4. Klay Thompson

Shooting guard

Klay Thompson Career

  • High school: Santa Margarita Catholic, (Rancho Santa Margarita, California)
  • College: Washington State (2008–2011)
  • NBA draft 2011 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2011–present
  • 2011–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), 5× NBA All-Star (2015–2019), 2× All-NBA Third Team (2015, 2016), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2019), NBA Three-Point Contest champion (2016), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2012), 2× First-team All-Pac-10 (2010, 2011), No. 1 retired by Washington State Cougars
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team, World Cup, : 2014 Spain: Team, U-19 World Championship, : 2009 New Zealand: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2016 Rio de Janeiro: Team
  • World Cup
  • : 2014 Spain: Team
  • U-19 World Championship
  • : 2009 New Zealand: Team

Klay Thompson is a two-time NBA All-Star and three-time scoring champion with the Golden State Warriors. Klay was drafted 11th overall in the 2011 draft by the Warriors, and has since become one of their most important players.

He is known for his scoring ability from behind the arc, as well as his defensive skills on both ends of the court. In 2016, he led the Warriors to their first championship in 40 years, becoming only the fourth player ever to win an MVP award and a championship in the same season (joining Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James).

Klay married longtime girlfriend Liz Wojcicki in May 2018; they have one child together named Knox Leon Thompson Klay Thompson is a 5-time NBA champion and 3-time all-star. Klay Thompson has won multiple awards including an Olympic gold medal and first team All-Pac 10 honors. He was drafted 1st overall by the Golden State Warriors in 2011, and quickly became one of the most dominant players in the league, leading his team to 4 consecutive championships from 2015 to 2018.

In 2019 he was named an all-defensive second team player while also capturing the three point contest title that year as well as winning another championship with the Warriors later that season - cementing himself as one of basketball's greatest stars ever.

5. Wilt Chamberlain

Center

Wilt Chamberlain Career

  • High school: Overbrook (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Kansas (1956–1958)
  • NBA draft 1959 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Philadelphia Warriors
  • Playing career: 1958–1973
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 13
  • Coaching career: 1973–1974
  • 2× NBA champion (1967, 1972), NBA Finals MVP (1972), 4× NBA Most Valuable Player (1960, 1966–1968), 13× NBA All-Star (1960–1969, 1971–1973), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1960), 7× All-NBA First Team (1960–1962, 1964, 1966–1968), 3× All-NBA Second Team (1963, 1965, 1972), 2× NBA All-Defensive First Team (1972, 1973), NBA Rookie of the Year (1960), 7× NBA scoring champion (1960–1966), 11× NBA rebounding champion (1960–1963, 1966–1969, 1971–1973), NBA assist leader (1968), Most Points in One Game (100), Most Rebounds in One Game (55), NBA anniversary team (35th, 50th, 75th), No. 13 retired by Harlem Globetrotters, No. 13 retired by Golden State Warriors, No. 13 retired by Philadelphia 76ers, No. 13 retired by Los Angeles Lakers, NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (1957), 2× Consensus first-team All-American (1957, 1958), First-team All-Big 7 (1957), No. 13 jersey retired by Kansas Jayhawks, Mr. Basketball USA (1955)
  • Points: 31,419 (30.1 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 23,924 (22.9 rpg)
  • Assists: 4,643 (4.4 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Wilt Chamberlain is widely considered one of the greatest basketball players in history, and he is also known for his dominant play in the center position.

He was drafted by the Philadelphia Warriors in 1959 and went on to become one of their all-time greats, winning multiple MVP awards and scoring more than 30,000 points during his career.

After retiring from playing professional basketball, Chamberlain embarked on a successful coaching career which saw him lead teams to playoff appearances and win championships. Wilt Chamberlain died at the age of 63 after a lengthy battle with cancer.

Wilt Chamberlain is widely considered to be one of the greatest players in NBA history. He won multiple championships and MVP awards during his career, and was also an all-star for 13 consecutive seasons. Chamberlain's size and strength were legendary, as he routinely dominated opponents on both the court and in dunk contests.

Chamberlain's impact on basketball cannot be overstated - he helped pave the way for future stars such as Michael Jordan and LeBron James.

6. Rick Barry

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Rick Barry Career

  • High school: Roselle Park, (Roselle Park, New Jersey)
  • College: Miami (Florida) (1962–1965)
  • NBA draft 1965 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the San Francisco Warriors
  • Playing career: 1965–1980
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 24, 2, 4
  • 1965–1967: San Francisco Warriors
  • 1968–1970: Oakland Oaks / Washington Caps
  • 1970–1972: New York Nets
  • 1972–1978: Golden State Warriors
  • 1978–1980: Houston Rockets
  • NBA champion (1975), NBA Finals MVP (1975), ABA champion (1969), 8× NBA All-Star (1966, 1967, 1973–1978), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1967), 5x All-NBA First Team (1966, 1967, 1974–1976), All-NBA Second Team (1973), 4× ABA All-Star (1969–1972), 4× All-ABA First Team (1969–1972), NBA Rookie of the Year (1966), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1966), NBA scoring champion (1967), NBA steals leader (1975), NBA anniversary team (50th, 75th), No. 24 retired by Golden State Warriors, Consensus first-team All-American (1965), NCAA season scoring leader (1965), No. 24 retired by Miami Hurricanes
  • Points: 25,279 (24.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 6,863 (6.7 rpg)
  • Assists: 4,952 (4.9 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Barry was one of the most prolific scorers in NBA history, averaging over 20 points per game throughout his career. Barry played for six different teams during his 14-year professional basketball career, including San Francisco and Oakland Oaks/Washington Caps.

Barry is best known for leading the Golden State Warriors to their first championship in 1975 and being named MVP of that year's playoffs. In 1980, he retired from playing professionally due to a knee injury sustained earlier in the season. After retiring from playing basketball, Barry worked as a color commentator on various broadcasts across networks throughout America before becoming a television analyst in 1999 and then working as an assistant coach with the Miami Heat beginning in 2006 until his retirement in 2016 .

7. Nate Thurmond

Power forward

Nate Thurmond Career

  • High school: Central (Akron, Ohio)
  • College: Bowling Green (1960–1963)
  • NBA draft 1963 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
  • Selected by the San Francisco Warriors
  • Playing career: 1963–1977
  • Position: Center / Power forward
  • Number: 42
  • 1963–1974: San Francisco / Golden State Warriors
  • 1974–1975: Chicago Bulls
  • 1975–1977: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 7× NBA All-Star (1965–1968, 1970, 1973, 1974), 2× NBA All-Defensive First Team (1969, 1971), 3× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1972–1974), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1964), NBA anniversary team (50th, 75th), No. 42 retired by Golden State Warriors, No. 42 retired by Cleveland Cavaliers, Consensus second-team All-American (1963), 3× First-team All-MAC (1961–1963)
  • Points: 14,437 (15.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 14,464 (15.0 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,575 (2.7 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Nate Thurmond was an all-time great center and power forward in the NBA. He played for the San Francisco Warriors from 1963 to 1977, helping them win three championships (1967, 1975, 1976).

Thurmond's stellar play on both sides of the ball earned him numerous accolades over his long career. He was named a six-time All-Star (1965–1971), five-time All-NBA First Team (1966–1970) and two-time MVP (1968, 1970).

Nate also won gold medals with the United States basketball team at the 1964 Summer Olympics and 1972 Summer Olympics. After retiring from playing professionally, Nate served as head coach of several teams including the Charlotte Hornets and Washington Wizards before he retired for good in 2002.

Nate passed away on July 16th 2016 at age 74 after a long battle with dementia caused by Parkinson’s disease..

8. Chris Mullin

Small forward

Chris Mullin Career

  • High school: , Power Memorial, (New York City, New York), Xaverian (Brooklyn, New York)
  • College: St. John's (1981–1985)
  • NBA draft 1985 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1985–2001
  • Position: Small forward / Shooting guard
  • Number: 17
  • Coaching career: 2015–2019
  • 5× NBA All-Star (1989–1993), All-NBA First Team (1992), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1989, 1991), All-NBA Third Team (1990), No. 17 retired by Golden State Warriors, John R. Wooden Award (1985), USBWA Player of the Year (1985), UPI College Player of the Year (1985), Consensus first-team All-American (1985), Consensus second-team All-American (1984), Third-team All-American – UPI (1983), 3× Big East Player of the Year (1983–1985), 3× First-team All-Big East (1983–1985), Second-team All-Big East (1982), Big East tournament MVP (1983), 3× Haggerty Award winner (1983–1985), No. 20 honored by St. John's Red Storm
  • Points: 17,911 (18.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 4,034 (4.1 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,450 (3.5 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2011
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 1984 Los Angeles: Team competition, : 1992 Barcelona: Team competition, Pan American Games, : 1983 Caracas: Team competition, FIBA Americas Championship, : 1992 Portland[1]: Men's basketball
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1984 Los Angeles: Team competition
  • : 1992 Barcelona: Team competition
  • Pan American Games
  • : 1983 Caracas: Team competition
  • FIBA Americas Championship
  • : 1992 Portland[1]: Men's basketball

Mullin was a highly productive player in the NBA, appearing in over 1,000 games and scoring more than 16,000 points. He attended both Xaverian College and St.

John's University before being drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 1985. Mullin enjoyed a successful playing career with the Warriors, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Nets and Houston Rockets - winning three championships along the way.

After retiring from professional basketball in 2001, Mullin began working as an analyst for ESPN TV coverage of major sporting events. Mullin is a five-time NBA All-Star and two-time All-NBA Second Team selection. Mullin was named the John R.

Wooden Award winner as the best player in college basketball in 1985. In 1992, he was voted to the all-star team for his performance with Golden State that year. He also won USBWA Player of the Year honors from 1985 to 1987 and UPI College Player of the Year accolades from 1984 to 1986.

9. Andre Iguodala

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Andre Iguodala Career

  • High school: Lanphier (Springfield, Illinois)
  • College: Arizona (2002–2004)
  • NBA draft 2004 / Round: 1 / Pick: 9th overall
  • Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers
  • Playing career: 2004–present
  • 2004–2012: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2012–2013: Denver Nuggets
  • 2013–2019: Golden State Warriors
  • 2020–2021: Miami Heat
  • 2021–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), NBA Finals MVP (2015), NBA All-Star (2012), NBA All-Defensive First Team (2014), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2011), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2005), First-team All-Pac-10 (2004), Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (2003), Second-team Parade All-American (2002)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 2012 London: Team, FIBA World Championship, : 2010 Turkey: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2012 London: Team
  • FIBA World Championship
  • : 2010 Turkey: Team

Andre Iguodala was born on January 28, 1984 in Springfield, Illinois. He attended Lanphier High School and played for the basketball team there before going to Arizona University.

After two years at Arizona, Iguodala was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the ninth overall pick in the 2004 NBA draft. Over his 17-year professional career, Andre has spent time with the Philadelphia 76ers (2004–2012), Denver Nuggets (2012–2013) and Golden State Warriors (2013–present).

In 2016 he won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA during their victory over Spain in Rio de Janeiro. Andre is married to Evelyn Medina and they have three children together – Kiari Kendrell, Akilah Sarah and Aiden Jeremiah Jr.. Andre Iguodala is a 6-foot-7, 215 pound shooting guard who has been a key player on the Golden State Warriors for over nine seasons.

Andre Iguodala was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the 17th overall pick in 2005 and played his first season with them before being traded to the Denver Nuggets in 2007. Andre Iguodala signed with Golden State as a free agent in 2013 and has since helped lead them to 4 championships (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022) while also earning NBA Finals MVP honors in 2015.

Andre Iguodala will be playing his 10th season with Golden State next year and looks likely to continue playing at an elite level into his late 30s or early 40s

10. Jordan Poole

Shooting guard

Jordan Poole Career

  • High school: , Rufus King (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), La Lumiere School (La Porte, Indiana)
  • College: Michigan (2017–2019)
  • NBA draft 2019 / Round: 1 / Pick: 28th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2019–present
  • 2019–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2019–2021: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • NBA champion (2022), All-NBA G League Third Team (2021)

Poole attended La Lumiere School in Indiana before transferring to Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At just 23 years old, Poole has already played for the Golden State Warriors and Michigan Wolverines in the NBA.

Poole is known for his long-range shooting ability and is averaging 13 points per game this season with the Warriors. Jordan will be a senior at Rufus King high school next year and is hoping to play college basketball somewhere near home at UW–Milwaukee or Marquette University.

Jordan Poole was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in the 2019 NBA draft. Jordan is a forward and played collegiately for Michigan. He has spent most of his rookie season with the Santa Cruz Warriors, but will join the Golden State squad for their playoff run this year. Jordan has averaged 4 points and 3 rebounds per game in his career so far, including playoffs where he's averaging 6 points and 5 rebounds per game.

Jordan is a hard worker who gets up and down the court quickly, which could help him make an impact on both ends of the floor as he develops further in his career

11. Paul Arizin

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Paul Arizin Career

  • High school: La Salle (Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Villanova (1947–1950)
  • NBA draft 1950 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Philadelphia Warriors
  • Playing career: 1950–1965
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 11
  • 1950–1952,, 1954–1962: Philadelphia Warriors
  • 1962–1965: Camden Bullets
  • NBA champion (1956), 10× NBA All-Star (1951, 1952, 1955–1962), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1952), 3× All-NBA First Team (1952, 1956, 1957), All-NBA Second Team (1959), 2× NBA scoring champion (1952, 1957), NBA anniversary team (25th, 50th, 75th), EBA Most Valuable Player (1963), EBA champion (1964), Helms Foundation Player of the Year (1950), Sporting News Player of the Year (1950), Consensus first-team All-American (1950), NCAA season scoring leader (1950), No. 11 retired by Villanova Wildcats
  • Points: 16,266 (22.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 6,129 (8.6 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,665 (2.3 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Arizin was a highly successful small forward in the NBA for many years. He led the Philadelphia Warriors to two championships, and also won a championship with the San Francisco Warriors.

Arizin is considered one of the most prolific scorers in league history, averaging over 20 points per game throughout his career. After retiring from playing basketball, Arizin became a television commentator and analyst for games involving his former team, the Philadelphia 76ers.

Arizin was one of the most successful shooting guards in NBA history. He won 10 championship rings with the Philadelphia Warriors and was an 11-time All-Star who was twice named MVP. Arizin is also a two-time scoring champion and three time all-NBA first team selection. After leaving the NBA, Arizin played for several European teams before retiring in 1971 at age 34 due to injury.

12. Andrew Wiggins

Small forward

Andrew Wiggins Career

  • High school: , Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario), Huntington Prep, (Huntington, West Virginia)
  • College: Kansas (2013–2014)
  • NBA draft 2014 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Playing career: 2014–present
  • 2014–2020: Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 2020–present: Golden State Warriors
  • NBA champion (2022), NBA All-Star (2022), NBA Rookie of the Year (2015), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2015), Consensus second-team All-American (2014), First-team All-Big 12 (2014), Big 12 Freshman of the Year (2014), Gatorade National Player of the Year (2013), Mr. Basketball USA (2013), Naismith Prep Player of the Year (2013), McDonald's All-American (2013), First-team Parade All-American (2013)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Canada, FIBA AmeriCup, : 2015 Mexico City: National team, FIBA World U17 Cup, : 2010 Hamburg: National team, FIBA Americas U18 Championship, : 2012 São Sebastião do Paraíso: National team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Canada
  • FIBA AmeriCup
  • : 2015 Mexico City: National team
  • FIBA World U17 Cup
  • : 2010 Hamburg: National team
  • FIBA Americas U18 Championship
  • : 2012 São Sebastião do Paraíso: National team

Andrew Wiggins was born in Toronto, Canada on February 23, 1995. He attended high school at Vaughan (Vaughan, Ontario) and then Huntington Prep (Huntington, West Virginia).

In May 2014, he became the first player in history to be chosen with the first overall pick in the NBA draft. Andrew Wiggins has played for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota Timberwolves during his career so far.

He is currently a small forward for the Golden State Warriors Andrew Wiggins, who recently signed with the Golden State Warriors, is a three-time NBA All-Rookie First Team selection and has accumulated numerous accolades during his short career.

Andrew Wiggins was born in 1998 in Toronto, Canada and played college basketball for Kansas University where he averaged 27 points per game as a freshman before being drafted 2nd overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2014. In 2016-2017, Andrew Wiggins led the Minnesota Timberwolves to their first playoff appearance since 2004 while also averaging 25 points per game (the highest scoring average of his career).

After signing with the Golden State Warriors this offseason, Andrew Wiggins will be looking to help them win an NBA title for the first time in 40 years.

13. Tim Hardaway

Point guard

Tim Hardaway Career

  • 5× NBA All-Star (1991–1993, 1997, 1998)
  • All-NBA First Team (1997)
  • 3× All-NBA Second Team (1992, 1998, 1999)
  • All-NBA Third Team (1993)
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (1990)
  • No. 10 retired by Miami Heat
  • Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award (1989)
  • ABA All Star-Game (2006)
  • WAC Player of the Year (1989)
  • First-team All-WAC (1989)
  • No. 10 retired by UTEP Miners

Hardaway was a point guard who spent nine seasons in the NBA. He played for the Golden State Warriors and Chicago Bulls before joining the Knicks in 2003.

Hardaway is well-known for his scoring ability, earning him nicknames such as "The Iceman" and "Mr. Clutch." After retiring from playing basketball, Hardaway began coaching with the Knicks' development league affiliate in 2017.

Tim Hardaway was a four-time NBA All-Star and three-time All-NBA Second Team selection. He played for the Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks and Denver Nuggets over his 17 year career. In 2001, Tim became head coach of the Indiana Pacers but only lasted one season before being fired in 2002.

Tim then had a short stint as an assistant coach with the Detroit Pistons from 2014 to 2018. After retiring from coaching he has continued to be involved in basketball by working as an analyst for Turner Sports on TNT broadcasts of NBA games

14. Baron Davis

Point guard

Baron Davis Career

  • High school: Crossroads School, (Santa Monica, California)
  • College: UCLA (1997–1999)
  • NBA draft 1999 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
  • Selected by the Charlotte Hornets
  • Playing career: 1999–2016
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 1, 5, 85, 24
  • 1999–2002: Charlotte Hornets
  • 2002–2005: New Orleans Hornets
  • 2005–2008: Golden State Warriors
  • 2008–2011: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2011: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2011–2012: New York Knicks
  • 2016: Delaware 87ers
  • 2× NBA All-Star (2002, 2004), All-NBA Third Team (2004), 2× NBA steals leader (2004, 2007), Third-team All-American – AP (1999), First-team All-Pac-10 (1999), Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (1998), Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (1998), Gatorade Player of the Year (1997), First-team Parade All-American (1997), McDonald's All-American (1997), California Mr. Basketball (1997)
  • Points: 13,447 (16.1 ppg)
  • Assists: 6,025 (7.2 apg)
  • Steals: 1,530 (1.8 spg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Goodwill Games, : 2001 Brisbane: National team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Goodwill Games
  • : 2001 Brisbane: National team

Baron Davis was born on April 13th, 1979 in Los Angeles, California. He attended Crossroads School where he starred as a point guard for the Lakers' youth teams before going to UCLA.

Baron was drafted 3rd overall by the Charlotte Hornets and spent six seasons with them before moving on to New Orleans Pelicans. In 2009, he signed with the Golden State Warriors and played two seasons there before retiring at age 34 in 2014 due to injury.

Baron has since become an NBA TV analyst and is currently working for TNT as well as his own clothing line called "Baron Davis Clothing". Baron Davis was a highly decorated college basketball player, earning First-team Parade All-American and California Mr.

Basketball honors in 1997 before being drafted with the 7th pick by the Golden State Warriors. Baron played for five different NBA teams over his nine seasons, amassing averages of 18 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists per game while shooting 43% from three point range.

Baron retired from professional basketball in 2016 after playing for the Delaware 87ers of the G League where he averaged 21 points and 6 assists per game this season

15. Jonathan Kuminga

Forward

Jonathan Kuminga Career

  • High school: , Huntington Prep, (Huntington, West Virginia), Our Savior New American, (Centereach, New York), The Patrick School, (Hillside, New Jersey)
  • NBA draft 2021 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2020–present
  • Number: 0, 00
  • 2020–2021: NBA G League Ignite
  • 2021–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2021: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • NBA champion (2022)

Jonathan Kuminga played for Our Savior New American in 2018, helping lead the team to a 22-11 record. Jonathan was born on October 6th, 2002 in Goma, DR Congo.

He is listed at 6'7" and 225 lbs., making him one of the larger players in the NBA. Jonathan attended Huntington Prep before transferring to Our Savior New American where he averaged 12 points and 7 rebounds per game as a sophomore during his freshman year of college basketball.

In December 2018, Jonathan signed with the Golden State Warriors where he will be playing small forward or power forward under head coach Steve Kerr alongside fellow international player DeMarcus Cousins and Kevin Durant.. Jonathan Kuminga is a promising young basketball player who has been playing in the NBA G League since 2021.

Jonathan was born on May 3, 2020 and he grew up in Hillside, New Jersey. Jonathan played high school basketball at Patrick School where he averaged 19 points and nine rebounds per game as a senior. After graduating from high school, Jonathan attended Syracuse University where he played for the SU Orange men's team from 2019 to 2020 before transferring to the Golden State Warriors' development program - Ignite - in 2021.

Jonathan made his professional debut with the Golden State Warriors of the NBA in their season opener against Dallas Mavericks on October 17th, 2021 scoring four points off the bench en route to 15 minutes of play time over six games that season...

16. Kevon Looney

Power forward

Kevon Looney Career

  • High school: Alexander Hamilton, (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
  • College: UCLA (2014–2015)
  • NBA draft 2015 / Round: 1 / Pick: 30th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2016–2017: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • 3× NBA champion (2017, 2018, 2022), Second-team All-Pac-12 (2015), Pac-12 All-Freshman team (2015), McDonald's All-American (2014), First-team Parade All-American (2014), Wisconsin Mr. Basketball (2014)

Kevon Looney was born on February 6th, 1996 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Kevon attended Alexander Hamilton High School and played for the basketball team there before heading to UCLA where he played for two years.

He entered the 2015 NBA draft but went undrafted despite being ranked as a top 30 player in his class by many analysts. Golden State Warriors took him with their first round pick (30th overall) and he has since started playing professional basketball for them.

Kevon is currently one of the most promising young players in the league and is expected to have a long career ahead of him. Kevon Looney is a versatile forward who has played for the Golden State Warriors and Santa Cruz Warriors in his two-year NBA career. Kevon Looney was named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman team in 2015 and McDonald's All-American team in 2014.

Kevon Looney helped lead Wisconsin to Mr. Basketball honors as a senior, averaging 17 points, 10 rebounds, 3 blocks, 2 assists per game while shooting 50% from the field and 83% from the free throw line. Kevon Looney should have no trouble fitting into any role on either of Golden State's championship teams over the past two seasons - playing both small forward and power forward positions at various times during his tenure with the Warriors organization thus far.

17. Monta Ellis

Shooting guard

Monta Ellis Career

  • High school: Lanier (Jackson, Mississippi)
  • NBA draft 2005 / Round: 2 / Pick: 40th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2005–2017
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • 2005–2012: Golden State Warriors
  • 2012–2013: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2013–2015: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2015–2017: Indiana Pacers
  • NBA Most Improved Player (2007), Mr. Basketball USA (2005), McDonald's All-American (2005), First-team Parade All-American (2005), Third-team Parade All-American (2004), Mississippi Mr. Basketball (2005), No. 11 retired by Lanier Bulldogs
  • Points: 14,858 (17.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,874 (3.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,856 (4.6 apg)

Ellis spent eight seasons with the Golden State Warriors, where he was an important part of two NBA championships. Ellis averaged 19 points per game over his career and shot 42% from three-point range.

In July 2017, Ellis signed with the Dallas Mavericks, but he was released just four months later. Ellis has since retired from basketball and is now a personal trainer in Jackson, Mississippi. Monta Ellis is a talented scorer and rebounder for both the Dallas Mavericks and Indiana Pacers.

He was born in Lansing, Michigan, on December 12th, 1981. Ellis played college basketball at Kansas State University before being drafted by the Mavericks with the fifth pick of the 2005 NBA Draft. In 2007, he was named to his first All-Star team and won his only MVP award that season. Ellis has led both teams he's played for to playoff appearances; Dallas reached the Finals in 2011 but lost to Miami while Indiana made it all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2017 before losing to Toronto Raptors in six games

18. James Wiseman

Center

James Wiseman Career

  • High school: , The Ensworth School, (Nashville, Tennessee), East, (Memphis, Tennessee)
  • College: Memphis (2019–2020)
  • NBA draft 2020 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2020–present
  • 2020–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022–present: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • NBA champion (2022), Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year (2019), Gatorade National Player of the Year (2019), McDonald's All-American (2019), Tennessee Mr. Basketball (2019)
  • Medals, , Representing the  United States, FIBA Americas U16 Championship, : 2017 Argentina: National team
  • Representing the  United States
  • FIBA Americas U16 Championship
  • : 2017 Argentina: National team

James Wiseman was born on March 31, 2001 in Nashville, Tennessee. He played high school basketball at The Ensworth School and then attended East Memphis High School before playing college ball at Memphis.

Wiseman is a center for the Golden State Warriors of the NBA where he has appeared in 52 games this season averaging 2 points and 1 rebound per game. James Wiseman's father died when he was just two years old which may have motivated him to achieve his goals as an athlete later in life; however, nothing can bring him back so all that matters is what he does with the time he has left now.

Wiseman is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee who played college basketball for the University of Kentucky. Wiseman was selected by the Golden State Warriors with the 35th overall pick in the 2020 NBA draft. Wiseman has spent his entire professional career to date with the Golden State Warriors, appearing in over 200 games and averaging 5 points per game throughout his tenure. In 2019, Wiseman won both Morgan Wootten National Player of the Year and Gatorade National Player of The Year awards - becoming just one player to ever win multiple prestigious honors at such an early stage in their careers Wiseman's foundation works to support underprivileged children through various initiatives including holiday gifts, school supplies and summer camp experiences James Wiseman is considered one of if not THE most athletic players playing today due to his incredible leaping ability off two feet as well as his shooting stroke from outside

19. Latrell Sprewell

Small forward

Latrell Sprewell Career

  • 4× NBA All-Star (1994, 1995, 1997, 2001)
  • All-NBA First Team (1994)
  • NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1994)
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1993)
  • Second-team All-SEC (1992)
  • SEC All-Defensive Team (1992)

Latrell Sprewell was one of the most dominant shooting guards in NBA history. He is sixth all-time in scoring with 27,664 points and third all-time in three point field goals made with 2,291.

After a stellar high school career at Washington (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Latrell went on to play for Alabama before being drafted by the Golden State Warriors in the 1992 NBA draft. In his 12 seasons as a pro, Latrell won four titles with Golden State and also played for the Utah Jazz, New York Knicks and Atlanta Hawks before retiring from professional basketball in 2005.

Nowadays, Latrell resides back home in Milwaukee where he works as an analyst for Fox Sports 1's coverage of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Latrell Sprewell was one of the most explosive players in NBA history. He averaged over 20 points per game throughout his career and helped lead several teams to playoff appearances. Sprewell had a number of run-ins with authority figures in the league, including David Stern, which resulted in him being suspended multiple times.

Despite these issues, he is still fondly remembered by many for his stellar play on the court and unique personality off it. After hanging up his sneakers, Sprewell went onto have a successful broadcasting career with Turner Sports and ESPN

20. Jason Richardson

Shooting guard

Jason Richardson Career

  • High school: Arthur Hill (Saginaw, Michigan)
  • College: Michigan State (1999–2001)
  • NBA draft 2001 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2001–2015
  • Position: Shooting guard / Small forward
  • Number: 23
  • 2001–2007: Golden State Warriors
  • 2007–2008: Charlotte Bobcats
  • 2008–2010: Phoenix Suns
  • 2010–2012: Orlando Magic
  • 2012–2015: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2× NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion (2002, 2003), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2002), NCAA champion (2000), Consensus second-team All-American (2001), First-team All-Big Ten (2001), Second-team Parade All-American (1999), McDonald's All-American (1999), Mr. Basketball of Michigan (1999)
  • Points: 14,644 (17.1 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 4,245 (5.0 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,284 (2.7 apg)

Richardson was drafted fifth overall by the Golden State Warriors in 2001. He played with the Warriors for six seasons before joining the Charlotte Bobcats in 2007.

Richardson has averaged 14.1 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists per game throughout his career. In June 2015, Richardson announced his retirement from professional basketball after 16 seasons in the NBA Richardson was one of the most versatile players in the NBA for many years, able to contribute offensively from all over the court.

He won two slam dunk contests and was a consensus Second-Team All-American in 2001. Richardson also excelled at shooting threes, making more than half of his three-point attempts during his career (596). After playing for six different teams across four seasons, Richardson retired after the 2015–16 season with 14,644 points and 4,245 rebounds accumulated in 703 games played.

21. Robert Parish

Robert Parish Career

  • High school: Woodlawn (Shreveport, Louisiana)
  • College: Centenary (1972–1976)
  • NBA draft 1976 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1976–1997
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 00
  • As player:, 4× NBA champion (1981, 1984, 1986, 1997), 9× NBA All-Star (1981–1987, 1990, 1991), All-NBA Second Team (1982), All-NBA Third Team (1989), NBA anniversary team (50th, 75th), No. 00 retired by Boston Celtics, Second-team All-American – AP (1976), First-team Parade All-American (1972), , As coach:, , USBL Coach of the Year (2001)
  • Points: 23,334 (14.5 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 14,715 (9.1 rpg)
  • Blocks: 2,361 (1.5 bpg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006
  • Medals, , Representing  United States, Men's basketball, Pan American Games, : 1975 Mexico City: Team competition
  • Representing  United States
  • Men's basketball
  • Pan American Games
  • : 1975 Mexico City: Team competition

Robert Parish was a dominant center in the NBA for many years. He helped lead the Golden State Warriors to three championships during his playing career.

Parish also played for the Boston Celtics and New Orleans Hornets, among other teams. In 2006, he was named one of the 50 greatest players in NBA history by league officials.

Robert Parish was a seven-time NBA All-Star and four-time champion with the Boston Celtics. He retired as coach of the Maryland Mustangs in 2001 after guiding them to two NCAA Tournament appearances.

As a player, he helped lead the Charlotte Hornets to their only playoff appearance in 1996 before spending time with Chicago Bulls and finally finishing his career with the Boston Celtics.

22. David Lee

Power forward

David Lee Career

  • NBA champion (2015)
  • 2× NBA All-Star (2010, 2013)
  • All-NBA Third Team (2013)
  • 2× Second-team All-SEC (2004, 2005)
  • First-team Parade All-American (2001)
  • McDonald's All-American (2001)
  • Mr. Show-Me Basketball (2001)

David Lee was a dominant player in the NBA for several years, and is still considered one of the best power forwards in history. He was drafted by the New York Knicks in 2005, but soon moved on to be a key player with the Golden State Warriors.

Lee won two MVP awards during his time with the Warriors, and retired from playing following their 2017 season. David Lee is a three-time NBA All-Star and two-time champion. He was named to the Second Team All-NBA in 2013, as well as being a member of the 2003 McDonald's All American team.

David Lee has averaged over 14 points per game throughout his career, while also averaging around 8 rebounds per contest – numbers which have seen him earn both an NBA title and spot on the all star teams twice apiece.

23. Jamaal Wilkes

Small forward

Jamaal Wilkes Career

  • High school: , Ventura (Ventura, California), Santa Barbara, (Santa Barbara, California)
  • College: UCLA (1971–1974)
  • NBA draft 1974 / Round: 1 / Pick: 11th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1974–1985
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 41, 52
  • 1974–1977: Golden State Warriors
  • 1977–1985: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 1985: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 4× NBA champion (1975, 1980, 1982, 1985), 3× NBA All-Star (1976, 1981, 1983), 2× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1976, 1977), NBA Rookie of the Year (1975), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1975), No. 52 retired by Los Angeles Lakers, 2× NCAA champion (1972, 1973), 2× Consensus first-team All-American (1973, 1974), No. 52 retired by UCLA Bruins
  • Points: 14,644 (17.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,117 (6.2 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,050 (2.5 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2016

Jamaal Wilkes was a highly skilled small forward who played in the NBA for ten seasons. He attended UCLA and led the Bruins to two NCAA championships in 1971 and 1973.

After being drafted by the Golden State Warriors, he spent four seasons with them before joining the Seattle SuperSonics for one season. He then moved to Boston where he played for six years before retiring in 1985 due to injury.

Jamaal Wilkes was a four-time NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers. He was a three-time All-Star and two time All-Defensive Second Team selection. Jamaal also won NCAA championships with UCLA Bruins in 1972 and 1973.

At 6’7” he is one of the tallest players to ever play in the NBA and his rebounding abilities are unrivaled.

24. Gary Payton II

Guard

Gary Payton II Career

  • High school: , Spring Valley (Las Vegas, Nevada), Westwind Prep (Phoenix, Arizona)
  • College: , Salt Lake CC (2012–2014), Oregon State (2014–2016)
  • NBA draft: 2016 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2016–present
  • 2016–2017: Rio Grande Valley Vipers
  • 2017: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2017: →Wisconsin Herd
  • 2018: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2018: →South Bay Lakers
  • 2018–2019: Rio Grande Valley Vipers
  • 2019: Washington Wizards
  • 2019: →Capital City Go-Go
  • 2019: Rio Grande Valley Vipers
  • 2019: South Bay Lakers
  • 2019–2020: Washington Wizards
  • 2021: Raptors 905
  • 2021–2022: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022–present: Portland Trail Blazers
  • NBA champion (2022), NBA G League champion (2019), NBA G League Defensive Player of the Year (2021), NBA G League All-Defensive Team (2021), NBA G League steals leader (2021), AP Honorable mention All-American (2016), 2× First-team All-Pac-12 (2015, 2016), 2× Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year (2015, 2016), 2× Pac-12 All-Defensive Team (2015, 2016)

Gary Payton II was born in 1992, making him one of the youngest players currently playing in the NBA. He played college basketball for Oregon State and Salt Lake CC before being drafted by the Washington Wizards in 2016.

In his rookie season with the Wizards, he led them to a 41-41 record and an appearance in the playoffs. The following year, he helped lead Washington to their first championship since 1978, becoming just the sixth player ever to win MVP and Finals MVP awards in the same season (the other five are LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker).

After spending two more seasons with Washington before joining Portland as a free agent at age 30 in 2020, Payton is widely regarded as one of greatest point guards of all time. Gary Payton II is the son of Gary Payton, a five time champion and two time MVP in the NBA. He played college basketball at Indiana State where he was named Second Team All-American as a senior in 2018.

After not being selected in the 2017 NBA draft, he signed with Milwaukee Bucks team affiliate Rio Grande Valley Vipers who later traded him to Wisconsin Herd before he was drafted by the Lakers in 2018. In his rookie season with Los Angeles, he helped lead them to an appearance in the playoffs but they were eliminated by Golden State. He has since been traded back to Rio Grande Valley and then again to South Bay Lakers for their 2019–2020 season which will be his third stint with that franchise overall (after 2016–2017 and 2020).

25. Antawn Jamison

Small forward

Antawn Jamison Career

  • High school: Providence, (Charlotte, North Carolina)
  • College: North Carolina (1995–1998)
  • NBA draft 1998 / Round: 1 / Pick: 4th overall
  • Selected by the Toronto Raptors
  • Playing career: 1998–2014
  • Position: Power forward / Small forward
  • Number: 7, 33, 4
  • 1998–2003: Golden State Warriors
  • 2003–2004: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2004–2010: Washington Wizards
  • 2010–2012: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2012–2013: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2013–2014: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2× NBA All-Star (2005, 2008), NBA Sixth Man of the Year (2004), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1999), National college player of the year (1998), Consensus first-team All-American (1998), Consensus second-team All-American (1997), ACC Player of the Year (1998), 3× First-team All-ACC (1996–1998), ACC tournament MVP (1998), ACC All-Freshman Team (1996), No. 33 retired by North Carolina Tar Heels, McDonald's All-American (1995), North Carolina Mr. Basketball (1995)
  • Points: 20,042 (18.5 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 8,157 (7.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,761 (1.6 apg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2021
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, World Championships, : 2006 Japan: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • World Championships
  • : 2006 Japan: Team

Antawn Jamison was drafted fourth overall by the Toronto Raptors in the 1998 NBA draft. He played his entire career with the Raptors, retiring after playing 14 seasons in the league.

Antawn Jamison is best known for his time as a power forward and small forward with Toronto, where he averaged 18 points and 7 rebounds per game over his 14-year career. In 2003, Antawn Jamison won an NBA championship with Toronto, becoming just the third player in franchise history to win a title.

After leaving the Raptors, AntawnJamson briefly spent time on several other teams before ending his professional basketball career in 2014. Antawn Jamison was a two-time NBA All-Star, and won the Sixth Man of the Year award in 2004. He played for four different teams over nine seasons, before spending one season with the Clippers in 2013-14.

Jamison is most well known for his time at Duke, where he was a consensus first-team All-American and ACC Player of the Year as a senior in 1998. After retiring from professional basketball following the 2014–15 season, Antawn now works as an assistant coach with Cleveland's youth teams

26. Purvis Short

Purvis Short Career

  • High school: Blair (Hattiesburg, Mississippi)
  • College: Jackson State (1974–1978)
  • NBA draft 1978 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1978–1992
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 45, 10
  • 1978–1987: Golden State Warriors
  • 1987–1989: Houston Rockets
  • 1989–1990: New Jersey Nets
  • 1991–1992: Hapoel Tel Aviv
  • 2× SWAC Player of the Year (1977, 1978)
  • Points: 14,607 (17.3 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,625 (4.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,123 (2.5 apg)

Purvis Short was a high school basketball player who went on to play for Jackson State. He was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 1978 and played in the NBA for over 20 years.

Purvis Short is best known for his time with the Golden State Warriors, where he won two championships (1981–82 and 1987–88). He also made an appearance in the 1988 movie "The Last Shot".

After leaving the NBA, PurvisShort played overseas before retiring in 1992. He has since been involved in coaching and broadcasting work. Purvis Short is married with three children and currently lives near Hattiesburg, Mississippi Purvis Short was a versatile player who excelled in both the paint and on the perimeter.

He spent most of his career playing for Golden State, Houston, and New Jersey (two teams in one season). Purvis Short was an All-Star twice and won two SWAC Player of the Year Awards while at Houston. After retiring from basketball, he became a successful entrepreneur with several businesses under his belt including restaurants and nightclubs.

Purvis Short is currently working as an NBA analyst for ESPN's "SportsCenter." Purvis Short is married with four children and lives in Atlanta, Georgia where he continues to be involved in business ventures outside of basketball

27. Mitch Richmond

Shooting guard

Mitch Richmond Career

  • High school: Boyd Anderson, (Lauderdale Lakes, Florida)
  • College: , Moberly Area CC (1984–1986), Kansas State (1986–1988)
  • NBA draft 1988 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1988–2002
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • Number: 23, 2
  • Coaching career: 2015–present
  • NBA champion (2002), 6× NBA All-Star (1993–1998), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1995), 3× All-NBA Second Team (1994, 1995, 1997), 2× All-NBA Third Team (1996, 1998), NBA Rookie of the Year (1989), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1989), No. 2 retired by Sacramento Kings, Consensus second-team All-American (1988), No. 23 retired by Kansas State Wildcats
  • Points: 20,497 (21.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,801 (3.9 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,398 (3.5 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 1996 Atlanta: Team competition, : 1988 Seoul: Team competition, Universiade, : 1987 Zagreb: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1996 Atlanta: Team competition
  • : 1988 Seoul: Team competition
  • Universiade
  • : 1987 Zagreb: Team competition

Mitch Richmond was a shooting guard who played in the NBA for thirteen seasons. He was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 1988 and spent his first eleven seasons with them before moving to the Boston Celtics in 1999.

He retired from playing basketball after 2002, but continues to work as a commentator and analyst for various sports networks around the world. Mitch Richmond was a versatile player who spent his entire career with the Golden State Warriors.

He won an NBA championship in 2002 and was named MVP of the All-Star game that year. Richmond also played for the Sacramento Kings, Washington Wizards, Los Angeles Lakers, and St. John's (assistant) during his coaching career.

28. Al Attles

Al Attles Career

  • High school: Weequahic (Newark, New Jersey)
  • College: North Carolina A&T (1956–1960)
  • NBA draft 1960 / Round: 5 / Pick: 39th overall
  • Selected by the Philadelphia Warriors
  • Playing career: 1960–1971
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 16
  • Coaching career: 1968–1983, 1994–1995
  • As player:, No. 16 retired by Golden State Warriors, No. 22 retired by North Carolina A&T, , As coach:, , NBA champion (1975), 2× NBA All-Star Game head coach (1975, 1976), , As ambassador:, , 4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award (2017)[1]
  • Points: 6,328 (8.9 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,463 (3.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,483 (3.5 apg)
  • NBA: 557–518 (.518)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame

Al Attles was a basketball ambassador for the Golden State Warriors and played in the NBA from 1960 to 1971. Al Attles attended Weequahic High School in Newark, New Jersey before going on to play college ball at North Carolina A&T.

After being drafted by the Philadelphia Warriors, Al Attles spent three seasons with them before moving onto the Los Angeles Lakers and then finally ending his playing career with the Boston Celtics. In total, AlAttles played in 602 regular season games and averaged 12 points per game over his 16-year professional career.

He is now an ambassador for both the Golden State Warriors and Nike, where he continues to support education initiatives around the world through sport Al Attles was one of the most influential coaches in NBA history. He led the San Francisco Warriors to three championships and coached many players who went on to have successful careers, including Rick Barry and Nate Thurmond.

Al Attles also served as an ambassador for basketball after his coaching career ended. He helped with player development and worked with young athletes throughout his life.

29. Guy Rodgers

Guy Rodgers Career

  • High school: Northeast (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • College: Temple (1955–1958)
  • NBA draft 1958 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Philadelphia Warriors
  • Playing career: 1958–1970
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 25, 5
  • 1958–1966: Philadelphia / San Francisco Warriors
  • 1966–1967: Chicago Bulls
  • 1967–1968: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1968–1970: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 4× NBA All-Star (1963, 1964, 1966, 1967), 2× NBA assists leader (1963, 1967), Consensus first-team All-American (1958), Consensus second-team All-American (1957), 3× Robert V. Geasey Trophy winner (1956–1958), No. 5 retired by Temple Owls
  • Points: 10,415 (11.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,791 (4.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 6,917 (7.8 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player

Guy Rodgers was born on September 1, 1935 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He played professional basketball for the Philadelphia Warriors from 1958 to 1970.

His playing career included two NBA championships (1967 and 1975) and three All-Star Game appearances (1965, 1967, and 1971). Guy Rodgers retired from basketball in 1977 after a knee injury forced him to miss the entire 1976–77 season.

After his retirement from basketball, Guy Rodgers worked as a broadcaster for CBS Sports until his death in 2001 at the age of 65. Guy Rodgers was a versatile scorer and rebounder during his 14-year career in the NBA. He was an All-Star twice, and led the league in assists twice.

Rodgers also won two Robert V. Geasey Trophies as the best player on his team each year he played for Milwaukee Bucks (1968–1970). After retiring from playing professionally, Rodgers became an assistant coach with Philadelphia 76ers (1989–1991) and Chicago Bulls (1992–1993). Guy Rodgers passed away at the age of 71 due to complications from pancreatic cancer on September 16th, 2017

30. Juan Toscano-Anderson

Forward

Juan Toscano-Anderson Career

  • College: Marquette (2011–2015)
  • NBA draft: 2015 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–2016: Soles de Mexicali
  • 2016: Bucaneros de La Guaira
  • 2016–2018: Fuerza Regia
  • 2018–2020: Santa Cruz Warriors
  • 2020–2022: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022–present: Los Angeles Lakers
  • NBA champion (2022), 2× LNBP champion (2017, 2019), LNBP Most Valuable Player (2018), 2× LNBP All-Star (2016, 2017), 2× LNBP All-Star Game MVP (2016, 2017)

Toscano-Anderson was born and raised in Oakland, California. He attended Marquette University before being drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2015 NBA draft.

Toscano-Anderson has appeared in 107 games for the Lakers over two seasons, averaging 4 points and 2 rebounds per game. In June 2018, Toscano-Anderson signed with BC Khimki of Russia's VTB United League.

Juan is Mexican American and has represented his country at both under-18 and under-19 levels before making his debut for Mexico at age 20 during the 2017 Pan American Games tournament held in Lima, Peru where he scored 10 points off the bench against Argentina to help Mexico win 79–64 on their way to a bronze medal finish behind USA (who won gold) and Brazil (who took home silver).

Juan Toscano-Anderson was born on July 2, 1997 in the city of Mexicali, Baja California. He played his first professional basketball game with Bucaneros de La Guaira of Venezuela in 2015 and has since spent all six seasons with them. In 2018, he joined forces with Fuerza Regia for the Venezuelan LNBP season and helped them to a championship victory over Santa Cruz Warriors. On December 21st of that year, Juan Toscano-Anderson made history by becoming the first foreign player to win an NBA title as a member of the Los Angeles Lakers when they defeated the Golden State Warriors 3-1 in Game 7 of the Finals.

Outside of basketball, Juan Toscano-Anderson is also involved in social work through his involvement with Unicef Mexico and enjoys playing music both professionally and privately

31. Neil Johnston

Neil Johnston Career

  • High school: Chillicothe (Chillicothe, Ohio)
  • College: Ohio State (1946–1948)
  • Playing career: 1951–1959
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 6
  • Coaching career: 1959–1963
  • NBA champion (1956), 6× NBA All-Star (1953–1958), 4× All-NBA First Team (1953–1956), All-NBA Second Team (1957), 3× NBA scoring champion (1953–1955), NBA rebounding leader (1955)
  • Points: 10,023 (19.4 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,856 (11.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,269 (2.5 apg)
  • NBA: 95–59 (.617)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Neil Johnston was a center for the Philadelphia Warriors from 1951 to 1959. He helped lead the team to four championships during that time, including an NBA title in 1955.

After retiring as a player, he became the head coach of the Pittsburgh Rens for two seasons. Johnston died in 1978 at 49 years old after a brief battle with cancer. His death left behind a lasting legacy in basketball and coaching circles alike Neil Johnston was a coach in the NBA for over 20 years, most notably with the Philadelphia Warriors and Pittsburgh Rens.

He led both teams to playoff appearances in each of his three seasons as head coach and won one championship with the Philadelphia Warriors in 1956. After leaving coaching he became a scout for several teams before retiring in 1997.

32. Joe Fulks

Forward

Joe Fulks Career

  • High school: Kuttawa (Kuttawa, Kentucky)
  • College: Murray State (1941–1943)
  • Playing career: 1946–1954
  • Position: Power forward
  • Number: 10
  • 1946–1954: Philadelphia Warriors
  • BAA champion (1947), 2× NBA All-Star (1951, 1952), 3× All-BAA First Team (1947–1949), All-NBA Second Team (1951), BAA scoring champion (1947), NBA 25th Anniversary Team, No. 26 retired by Murray State Racers
  • Points: 8,003 (16.4 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,379 (5.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 587 (1.2 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Joe Fulks was born in 1921 in Birmingham, Kentucky. He attended high school at Kuttawa (Kuttawa, Kentucky) and then went on to Murray State University where he played basketball for three seasons from 1941-1943.

Fulks was drafted by the Philadelphia Warriors in 1946 and spent nine seasons with the team playing power forward. His career highlights include being named an All-Star twice (1950–51 & 1952–53), winning a championship in 1951, averaging 14 points per game over his career and being inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1984.

Joe Fulks died on March 21, 1976 after suffering a heart attack aged 54 years old Joe Fulks was a three-time All-BAA First Team selection and scoring champion for the Murray State Racers. Fulks went on to play in the NBA for six seasons, averaging 16.4 points per game while playing with the Minneapolis Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics.

He is currently ranked 26th all-time in points scored by an NBA player and sixth all-time in rebounds.

33. Andrew Bogut

Center

Andrew Bogut Career

  • High school: , St John's Regional College, (Melbourne, Victoria), Lake Ginninderra, (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory)
  • College: Utah (2003–2005)
  • NBA draft 2005 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2005–2020
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 6, 12, 66
  • 2005–2012: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2012–2016: Golden State Warriors
  • 2016–2017: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2017: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2017–2018: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2018–2020: Sydney Kings
  • 2019: Golden State Warriors
  • NBA champion (2015), All-NBA Third Team (2010), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2015), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2006), NBA blocks leader (2011), NBL Most Valuable Player (2019), All-NBL First Team (2019), All-NBL Second Team (2020), NBL Best Defensive Player (2019), Gaze Medal winner (2016), National college player of the year (2005), AP Player of the Year (2005), Consensus first-team All-American (2005), Pete Newell Big Man Award (2005), MWC Player of the Year (2005), MWC Freshman of the Year (2004), No. 4 retired by Utah Utes, FIBA Under-19 World Cup MVP (2003)
  • Points: 6,808 (9.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 6,112 (8.7 rpg)
  • Blocks: 1,091 (1.5 bpg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Australia, FIBA Oceania Championship, : 2015 Australia/New Zealand: , FIBA U19 World Cup, : 2003 Greece: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Australia
  • FIBA Oceania Championship
  • : 2015 Australia/New Zealand:
  • FIBA U19 World Cup
  • : 2003 Greece: Team

Bogut was born in Melbourne, Victoria on 28 November 1984. He attended high school at St John's Regional College and then Lake Ginninderra before playing college basketball for Utah from 2003 to 2005.

Bogut was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks with the first overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft and played there until he was traded to Golden State Warriors in 2019. Bogut is considered one of the best big men ever to play in the NBA and has won a number of awards, including three MVPs (2008–2010), two Finals MVPs (2015 & 2018) and two championship rings with Golden State (2018 & 2019).

In 2020, Bogut announced his retirement from professional basketball after 16 seasons in which he averaged 13 points, 10 rebounds and 2 blocks per game throughout his career Andrew Bogut is a center who has played in the NBA for 10 seasons. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2005 and spent four years with them before joining the Golden State Warriors in 2012. Bogut won an NBA championship with Golden State in 2015 and was also named to the All-NBA Third Team that year.

Bogut signed with Dallas Mavericks in 2016 but only stayed there for one season before moving on to Cleveland Cavaliers, where he remained until 2017. In 2018, he joined the Lakers as part of a trade that sent D'Angelo Russell to Golden State, and he led Los Angeles to their first playoff appearance since 2009 during his two years there before being traded again this offseason to Sydney Kings (of Australia's National Basketball League). Bogut is known for his defensive abilities, averaging 2 blocks per game throughout his career which makes him one of only six players ever to achieve such a feat (the others are Hakeem Olajuwon, David Robinson, Shaquille O'Neal, Dwight Howard and Kawhi Leonard).

34. Damion Lee

Shooting guard

Damion Lee Career

  • High school: , Calvert Hall (Towson, Maryland), St. Thomas More, (Oakdale, Connecticut)
  • College: , Drexel (2011–2015), Louisville (2015–2016)
  • NBA draft: 2016 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2016–present
  • 2016–2017: Maine Red Claws
  • 2017–2018: Santa Cruz Warriors
  • 2018: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2018–2020: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • 2018–2022: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022–present: Phoenix Suns
  • NBA champion (2022), Second-team All-ACC (2016), First-team All-CAA (2015), Second-team All-CAA (2013), CAA All-Defensive Team (2015), CAA Rookie of the Year (2012)

Damion Lee was born on October 21, 1992 in Baltimore, Maryland. He attended high school at Calvert Hall and St. Thomas More before attending Drexel for two years from 2011 to 2015.

In March of 2016, Damion signed with Louisville as a junior college transfer and played there for one year before being drafted by the Phoenix Suns in the 2017 NBA Draft. Damion has appeared in 139 career games (starting 111) over four seasons with the Suns and averaged 11 points, 3 rebounds and 1 assists per game while shooting 43% from three-point range.

Damion Lee has been playing in the NBA since 2018 and currently plays for the Phoenix Suns. Damion Lee is a rookie and was drafted by the Golden State Warriors in 2022, but did not play that season. He then played for Santa Cruz Warriors before being traded to Atlanta Hawks where he won his first championship in 2022. Damion Lee is known for his defensive abilities, which have led him to be an All-CAA player multiple times throughout his career so far.

35. Tom Gola

Tom Gola Career

  • High school: La Salle College HS, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
  • College: La Salle (1951–1955)
  • NBA draft 1955 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Philadelphia Warriors
  • Playing career: 1955–1966
  • Position: Small forward / Shooting guard
  • Number: 15, 6
  • 1955–1956,, 1957–1962: Philadelphia/San Francisco Warriors
  • 1962–1966: New York Knicks
  • NBA champion (1956), 5× NBA All-Star (1960–1964), All-NBA Second Team (1958), NCAA champion (1954), NCAA Final Four MOP (1954), NIT champion (1952), Helms Foundation Player of the Year (1954), UPI Player of the Year (1955), 3× Consensus first-team All-American (1953–1955), NIT Co-MVP (1952), No. 15 retired by La Salle Explorers, National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame (1977)
  • Points: 7,871 (11.3 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,417 (7.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,962 (4.2 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Tom Gola was born in 1933 and played professional basketball for the Philadelphia Warriors from 1955 to 1966. He attended La Salle College High School before playing collegiate ball at La Salle.

Gola is most notable for his time spent with the Philadelphia Warriors, where he averaged 16 points per game over six seasons. After retiring as a player, Tom Gola worked as a scout and assistant coach in the NBA for many years before passing away on January 26th, 2014 at the age of 81 years old.

Tom Gola was a key player on the Philadelphia/San Francisco Warriors teams that won two NBA championships in the 1950s. After playing for the Knicks and then with La Salle, Tom Gola retired from basketball in 1966. He was an All-American at La Salle and is now considered one of the best collegiate players of all time.

In 1977, he was inducted into the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame. Tom Gola passed away in 2001 at age 68 after a long battle with cancer

36. Stephen Jackson

Small forward

Stephen Jackson Career

  • High school: , Abraham Lincoln, (Port Arthur, Texas), Oak Hill Academy, (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia)
  • NBA draft 1997 / Round: 2 / Pick: 42nd overall
  • Selected by the Phoenix Suns
  • Playing career: 1997–2014
  • Position: Small forward / Shooting guard
  • Number: 24, 3, 1, 5
  • 1997–1998: La Crosse Bobcats
  • 1998: Sydney Kings
  • 1999, 2000: Marinos de Oriente
  • 1999, 2000: San Carlos
  • 1999: Fort Wayne Fury
  • 2000: Pueblo Nuevo
  • 2000–2001: New Jersey Nets
  • 2001–2003: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2003–2004: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2004–2007: Indiana Pacers
  • 2007–2009: Golden State Warriors
  • 2009–2011: Charlotte Bobcats
  • 2011–2012: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2012–2013: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2013–2014: Los Angeles Clippers
  • NBA champion (2003), Second-team Parade All-American (1996), McDonald's All-American (1996)
  • Points: 12,976 (15.1 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,328 (3.9 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,634 (3.1 apg)

Stephen Jackson was born on April 5, 1978 in Houston, Texas. He played college basketball at Abraham Lincoln High School and then went on to play professional basketball for the Phoenix Suns from 1997-2014.

Stephen Jackson is a 6'8" forward and shooting guard who is known for his athleticism and scoring ability. In 2004, he led the Suns to their first ever NBA Finals appearance where they eventually lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in five games.

After leaving Phoenix, Jackson spent time with several other teams before signing with the Golden State Warriors in 2015 where he has had success once again as one of their top players. Stephen Jackson is a 2001-2003 NBA All-Star, 3x champion (2003) with the San Antonio Spurs.

He was once fined $50,000 for directing an obscenity at then-Indiana Pacers teammate Jermaine O'Neal. In March 2013, Stephen Jackson was arrested on suspicion of DUI after crashing his car in Charlotte, NC; he later pleaded guilty and received 18 months probation and community service

37. Bernard King

Bernard King Career

  • 4× NBA All-Star (1982, 1984, 1985, 1991)
  • 2× All-NBA First Team (1984, 1985)
  • All-NBA Second Team (1982)
  • All-NBA Third Team (1991)
  • NBA Comeback Player of the Year (1981)
  • NBA All-Rookie Team (1978)
  • NBA scoring champion (1985)
  • Consensus first-team All-American (1977)
  • Consensus second-team All-American (1976)
  • Third-team All-American – NABC (1975)
  • 3× SEC Player of the Year (1975–1977)
  • No. 53 retired by Tennessee Volunteers

Bernard King was a versatile player who excelled at both scoring and defense. He spent most of his career with the Golden State Warriors, where he won two NBA championships.

King played college basketball for Tennessee, where he led the team to the NCAA Championship in 1977. After being drafted by the New York Nets in 1977, he went on to play for the Nets, Utah Jazz, and then Golden State Warriors before retiring in 1993.

King is one of only five players ever to win an MVP award (1978), a championship (1979 with Utah Jazz), and a Finals MVP Award (1981 with Golden State Warriors). In 1999, Bernard was posthumously awarded an honorary degree from his alma mater Tennessee University。 King was known for his strong work ethic and dedication to fitness; as a result of this habits, he remained injury free throughout his playing career。 In 2007, Bernard received The Presidential Medal Of Freedom from U Bernard King was an all-star player in the NBA for many years, and he is particularly remembered for his clutch play.

He played college basketball at Tennessee, where he won three conference titles and was named a third-team All-American. After several successful seasons with the New York Knicks, King was traded to Washington in 1987. He continued to be a valuable player on both teams until retiring in 1991 after playing with the Nets for two more seasons. Bernard King has been inducted into multiple Halls of Fame, including the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the College Basketball Hall of Fame

38. Moses Moody

Shooting guard

Moses Moody Career

  • High school: , Parkview, (Little Rock, Arkansas), North Little Rock, (North Little Rock, Arkansas), Montverde Academy, (Montverde, Florida)
  • College: Arkansas (2020–2021)
  • NBA draft 2021 / Round: 1 / Pick: 14th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2021–present
  • 2021–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2021–2022: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • NBA champion (2022), AP Honorable Mention All-American (2021), First-team All-SEC (2021), SEC Freshman of the Year (2021), SEC All-Freshman Team (2021)

Moses Moody is a 20-year-old shooting guard and small forward for the Golden State Warriors. He attended high school at Parkview in Little Rock, Arkansas, before attending North Little Rock and Montverde Academy.

Moody was drafted by the Warriors with the 36th pick of the 2018 NBA draft. In his rookie season he averaged 5 points per game and 2 rebounds per game off the bench for Golden State during their playoff run to winning an NBA championship.

As a sophomore in college, Moses averaged 19 points per game on 53% from three point range while also grabbing 7 rebounds per game for North Little rock as they made it all the way to The Final Four where they lost to Michigan Wolverines 74–62 in overtime making him one of only two players (the other being Trae Young) ever named National Player of The Year who didn’t win it outright.

39. Jeff Mullins

Jeff Mullins Career

  • High school: Lafayette (Lexington, Kentucky)
  • College: Duke (1961–1964)
  • NBA draft 1964 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the St. Louis Hawks
  • Playing career: 1964–1976
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • Number: 44, 23
  • Coaching career: 1985–1996
  • As player:, NBA champion (1975), 3× NBA All-Star (1969–1971), Consensus second-team All-American (1964), ACC Player of the Year (1964), ACC Athlete of the Year (1964), 3× First-team All-ACC (1962–1964), No. 44 retired by Duke Blue Devils, First-team Parade All-American (1960), Kentucky Mr. Basketball (1960), , As coach:, , Sun Belt regular season champion (1988), Sun Belt tournament champion (1988), Metro Conference regular season champion (1995), Metro Conference tournament champion (1992), Sun Belt Coach of the Year (1988)
  • Points: 13,017 (16.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,427 (4.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,023 (3.8 apg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 1964 Tokyo: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1964 Tokyo: Team competition

Mullins was a shooting guard who played in the NBA for 10 seasons. He spent his first six years with the St. Louis Hawks, before moving on to the Memphis Grizzlies and then the Golden State Warriors.

Mullins is best known for his time with the Boston Celtics, where he won three championships (1974–1976). After retiring from playing, Mullins went on to coach several teams, most notably the Atlanta Hawks and Philadelphia 76ers.

Mullins was an assistant coach for the Charlotte 49ers from 1985 to 1996. In his 12 seasons as a head coach, Mullins led his teams to five division titles and two conference championships. He is best known for leading the St. Louis Hawks to their only NBA championship in 1975, but he also coached the San Francisco / Golden State Warriors and Charlotte 49ers to playoff berths during his career.

Mullins retired after winning Sun Belt regular season and tournament titles with the 1988 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs team

40. Sleepy Floyd

Sleepy Floyd Career

  • High school: Hunter Huss, (Gastonia, North Carolina)
  • College: Georgetown (1978–1982)
  • NBA draft 1982 / Round: 1 / Pick: 13th overall
  • Selected by the New Jersey Nets
  • Playing career: 1982–1995
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 21, 11, 12
  • 1982–1983: New Jersey Nets
  • 1983–1987: Golden State Warriors
  • 1987–1993: Houston Rockets
  • 1993–1994: San Antonio Spurs
  • 1994–1995: New Jersey Nets
  • NBA All-Star (1987), Consensus first-team All-American (1982), Second-team All-American – AP (1981), 2× First-team All-Big East (1981, 1982), Second-team All-Big East (1980)
  • Points: 12,260 (12.8 ppg)
  • Assists: 5,175 (5.4 apg)
  • Steals: 1,120 (1.2 spg)
  • Medals, , Men’s basketball, Representing  United States, FIBA U19 World Championship, : 1979 Salvador: National team
  • Men’s basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • FIBA U19 World Championship
  • : 1979 Salvador: National team

Sleepy Floyd was born in Gastonia, North Carolina on March 6, 1960. Sleepy played college basketball at Georgetown before being drafted by the New Jersey Nets in the 1982 NBA draft.

In his 14-year career he averaged 15.7 points, 5 assists and 3 rebounds per game. After retiring from playing professionally in 1995, Sleepy served as a commentator for ESPN's coverage of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament until 2007 when he joined Turner Sports as an analyst for their Inside The NBA series and also covered several other sporting events including Wimbledon tennis tournaments and Formula One racing championships for motorsports broadcaster TSN/RDS Canada through to 2018 .

On February 24th 2019, it was announced that Floyd would join CBS Sports as an Analyst for their NCAA Men’s College Basketball coverage starting with the 2019 National Championship Game

41. Patrick Baldwin Jr.

Patrick Baldwin Jr. Career

  • High school: Hamilton, (Sussex, Wisconsin)
  • College: Milwaukee (2021–2022)
  • NBA draft 2022 / Round: 1 / Pick: 28th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2022–present
  • 2022–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • McDonald's All-American (2021), Jordan Brand Classic (2021), Nike Hoop Summit (2021)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, FIBA Under-19 World Cup, : 2021 Latvia: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • FIBA Under-19 World Cup
  • : 2021 Latvia: Team

Patrick Baldwin Jr. is a 20-year-old small forward and power forward for the Golden State Warriors. He played high school basketball at Hamilton in Sussex, Wisconsin before transferring to Milwaukee for his college career.

In 2020, he was drafted by the Warriors with the 28th overall pick in the NBA Draft and has since made an impact on their squad as one of their most consistent players over the past two seasons. Patrick is known for his strong shooting ability from outside and can also play physically down low when needed, making him a versatile force on both ends of the court.

With another year of experience under his belt, he looks poised to continue trending upwards in future years and cement himself as one of the best small forwards in the league Patrick Baldwin Jr. is a forward who played collegiately at Santa Cruz State University before being drafted by the Golden State Warriors in the second round of the 2021 NBA Draft. After playing for Santa Cruz during his college years, Baldwin was selected to play with Team USA in FIBA Under-19 World Cup where he averaged 10 points and five rebounds per game.

Once he completed his collegiate career, Patrick Baldwin Jr. signed a two-year contract with Golden State and will continue to develop his skills on the court as they attempt to win an NBA championship in 2022.

42. Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr Career

  • High school: Palisades Charter, (Los Angeles, California)
  • College: Arizona (1983–1988)
  • NBA draft 1988 / Round: 2 / Pick: 50th overall
  • Selected by the Phoenix Suns
  • Playing career: 1988–2003
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 4, 5, 2, 25
  • Coaching career: 2014–present
  • As player:, 5× NBA champion (1996–1999, 2003), NBA Three-Point Contest champion (1997), Second-team All-American – AP (1988), Third-team All-American – NABC (1988), 2× First-team All-Pac-10 (1986, 1988), No. 25 retired by Arizona Wildcats, , As coach:, , 4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022), NBA Coach of the Year (2016), 2× NBA All-Star Game head coach (2015, 2017), Top 15 Coaches in NBA History
  • Points: 5,437 (6.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,060 (1.2 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,658 (1.8 apg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, FIBA World Championship, : 1986 Spain: National team, Olympic Games, Assistant coach for the  United States, : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • FIBA World Championship
  • : 1986 Spain: National team
  • Olympic Games
  • Assistant coach for the  United States
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team

Kerr is a former point guard who played in the NBA for 17 seasons, most notably with the Golden State Warriors. Kerr was named head coach of the Warriors in January 2019 after coaching the team as an assistant since 2014.

As a player, Kerr helped lead Phoenix to two appearances in the NBA Finals (2001 and 2003), winning one championship (2002). After retiring as a player, Kerr served as an assistant coach with several teams before being hired by Golden State.

In his first season as head coach, Kerr led the Warriors to their second-ever title victory in three years; he also received Coach of The Year honors from both ESPN and Basketball Writers Association of America (BWAA). In 2020–21, Kerr's third season at helm for the Warriors, they clinched their fourth consecutive playoff berth en route to becoming only the sixth team ever to achieve that feat; furthermore, they became justthe fifth team everto reach 50 wins during a regularseason campaign – which they did accomplish on March 29th/30th against Minnesota Timberwolves via an overtime win at home court – thus earning them entry into2019' NBPA Defensive Player Of The Year Award ballot whereuponKerr was unanimously elected First Team All Defense member; additionally it was announced thatduring this same season he had been selected Executive Of The Yearbybothof Oakland’s professional basketball franchises -The G League’s Agua Caliente ClippersandBay Area Legends FC

43. JaMychal Green

Forward-center

JaMychal Green Career

  • High school: St. Jude (Montgomery, Alabama)
  • College: Alabama (2008–2012)
  • NBA draft: 2012 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2012–present
  • 2012–2013: Austin Toros
  • 2013–2014: Chorale Roanne
  • 2014–2015: Austin Spurs
  • 2015: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2015–2019: Memphis Grizzlies
  • 2019–2020: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2020–2022: Denver Nuggets
  • 2022–present: Golden State Warriors
  • NBA D-League All-Star (2015), NBA D-League All-Rookie Second Team (2013), First-team All-SEC (2011), Second-team All-SEC (2012), Third-team Parade All-American (2008), McDonald's All-American (2008), Alabama Mr. Basketball (2008)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, FIBA Americas U-18 Championship, : 2008 Argentina: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • FIBA Americas U-18 Championship
  • : 2008 Argentina: Team

JaMychal Green was a two-time All-American at Alabama and played for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA. In 2012, he won an NBA Championship with the Warriors.

He is known for his hanging mid-range shot and defensive abilities around the rim. Green has also been involved in controversies off of the court including a domestic violence charge that he later pleaded guilty to and being fined by the NBA for conduct detrimental to its league office.

However, despite these distractions, Green continues to be one of best power forwards in the game today JaMychal Green is a versatile forward who has played for three different teams in the NBA. He was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs in 2015 and later traded to Memphis Grizzlies. In 2018, he signed with the Golden State Warriors and helped them win two championships.

44. Donte DiVincenzo

Guard

Donte DiVincenzo Career

  • High school: Salesianum (Wilmington, Delaware)
  • College: Villanova (2015–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2022: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018: →Wisconsin Herd
  • 2022: Sacramento Kings
  • 2022–present: Golden State Warriors
  • NBA champion (2021), 2× NCAA champion (2016, 2018), NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player (2018), Big East Sixth Man of the Year (2018), Big East All-Freshman team (2017)

DiVincenzo was one of the most highly-touted prospects in this year's NBA Draft, and he lived up to that hype by going 17th overall to the Milwaukee Bucks.

DiVincenzo is a versatile guard who can play both shooting guard and point guard positions. He averaged 20 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals per game at Villanova last season.

DiVincenzo has an excellent scoring touch from beyond the arc, as he shot 41% from 3-point range during his college career. With Giannis Antetokounmpo already firmly established as Milwaukee's starting point guard, it will be interesting to see how DiVincenzo fits into the team's rotation next season.

A 2018 NCAA champion and 2x Big East Sixth Man of the Year, Donte DiVincenzo is one of the most decorated college basketball players in recent memory. After a successful rookie season with Milwaukee Bucks, DiVincenzo was traded to the Wisconsin Herd before joining Sacramento Kings for the 2022-2022 season.

The 22-year old forward has quickly become one of the top scorers in all of professional basketball and looks poised to win many more championships down the line.

45. Ty Jerome

Guard

Ty Jerome Career

  • High school: Iona Prep, (New Rochelle, New York)
  • College: Virginia (2016–2019)
  • NBA draft 2019 / Round: 1 / Pick: 24th overall
  • Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers
  • Playing career: 2019–present
  • 2019–2020: Phoenix Suns
  • 2019–2020: →Northern Arizona Suns
  • 2020–2022: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2021: →Oklahoma City Blue
  • 2022–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022–present: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • NCAA champion (2019), Second-team All-ACC (2019), Third-team All-ACC (2018)

Jerome was a highly touted recruit out of high school and played his freshman season at Virginia before declaring for the NBA draft. He was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the 24th overall pick in 2019 and has since been playing in their Summer League team.

Jerome is known for being an elite point guard who can create shots for himself or others, as well as play efficient defense. Jerome will look to continue developing his game this upcoming year and make a name for himself in the NBA Ty Jerome is a versatile player who can play both guard positions.

He was named Second-team All-ACC in 2019 after averaging 13.1 points, 4 rebounds and 5 assists per game. Jerome helped lead the Northern Arizona Suns to the NBA G League playoffs this season where they lost in the first round to the Memphis Hustle. Jerome has also had success at college level, winning an NCAA Championship with Duke in 2019 as well as being named Third Team All-American that year.

He entered the 2020 draft but went undrafted before signing with Oklahoma City Thunder later that summer. In 2021 he joined Oklahomas Blue and became a starter from day one, helping them reach the playoffs for only their second season in franchise history - though they were unable to get past Golden State Warriors in 6 games during the semi finals matchup.. .7 In 2022 he signed with Santa Cruz Warriors (the team originally owned by Rick Barry) and led them to playoff appearances again throughout his two seasons there...8 Currently Ty Jerome is a member of Golden States warriors where he averages 12 PPG, 3 RPG and 2 APG

46. Otto Porter Jr.

Forward

Otto Porter Jr. Career

  • High school: Scott County Central, (Sikeston, Missouri)
  • College: Georgetown (2011–2013)
  • NBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
  • Selected by the Washington Wizards
  • Playing career: 2013–present
  • 2013–2019: Washington Wizards
  • 2019–2021: Chicago Bulls
  • 2021: Orlando Magic
  • 2021–2022: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022–present: Toronto Raptors
  • NBA champion (2022), Consensus first-team All-American (2013), Big East Player of the Year (2013), First-team All-Big East (2013)

Otto Porter Jr. was born on June 3, 1993 in St. Louis, Missouri and played collegiately at Georgetown before being drafted by the Washington Wizards in 2013.

In his three seasons with the Wizards, Porter has averaged 17 points and 7 rebounds per game while shooting 43% from 3-point range. In 2018, Otto Porter signed a five-year contract with the Toronto Raptors worth $170 million making him one of the highest paid players in NBA history.

As a forward for both teams, he is expected to provide scoring punch off bench along side All-Star Lauri Markkanen and fellow wing Kawhi Leonard who are perennial MVP contenders respectively in 2019–20 season Otto Porter Jr. is a professional basketball player who has played for the Washington Wizards since 2013.

He was selected with the third overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft by the Wizards and won an NBA championship with them in 2018. In 2019, he signed with Chicago Bulls before being traded back to Washington later that season. The Raptors acquired him in 2021 and he has remained there ever since, helping them win another title in 2022.

Porter is known for his defensive abilities and averaging 13 points per game over his career thus far (including playoffs).

47. Ryan Rollins

Guard

Ryan Rollins Career

  • High school: Dakota, (Macomb Township, Michigan)
  • College: Toledo (2020–2022)
  • NBA draft 2022 / Round: 2 / Pick: 44th overall
  • Selected by the Atlanta Hawks
  • Playing career: 2022–present
  • 2022–present: Golden State Warriors
  • 2022: →Santa Cruz Warriors
  • First-team All-MAC (2022), MAC Freshman of the Year (2021), MAC All-Freshman Team (2021)

Rollins was a two-time All-MAC selection at Dakota High School in Detroit, Michigan. Rollins played one season of college basketball for Toledo and led the team in scoring as a sophomore with 18.4 points per game.

He also averaged 5.9 rebounds and 2 assists per game over his career with the Rockets. In 2020, Rollins was drafted by Golden State with the 38th overall pick in the NBA Draft after playing only one season of college basketball for Toledo .

As a rookie for Golden State , Rollins started all 82 games he appeared in during the 2019–20 season and averaged 7 points, 1 rebound, and 1 assist per game while shooting 37% from three-point range (36% on 3PA attempts made). Following his rookie campaign with Golden State , reports emerged that Rollins had agreed to join forces with reigning champions Boston Celtics ahead of their 2022–23 season opener .

However, these reports were later denied by both organizations .

48. Chris Webber

Center

Chris Webber Career

  • High school: Detroit Country Day, (Beverly Hills, Michigan)
  • College: Michigan (1991–1993)
  • NBA draft 1993 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Orlando Magic
  • Playing career: 1993–2008
  • Position: Power forward
  • Number: 4, 2, 84
  • 1993–1994: Golden State Warriors
  • 1994–1998: Washington Bullets / Wizards
  • 1998–2005: Sacramento Kings
  • 2005–2007: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2007: Detroit Pistons
  • 2008: Golden State Warriors
  • 5× NBA All-Star (1997, 2000–2003), All-NBA First Team (2001), 3× All-NBA Second Team (1999, 2002, 2003), All-NBA Third Team (2000), NBA Rookie of the Year (1994), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1994), NBA rebounding leader (1999), No. 4 retired by Sacramento Kings, Consensus first-team All-American (1993), Big Ten Freshman of the Year (1992), USBWA National Freshman of the Year (1992), National high school player of the year (1991), 2× First-team Parade All-American (1990, 1991), McDonald's All-American Co-MVP (1991), Mr. Basketball of Michigan (1991)
  • Points: 17,182 (20.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 8,124 (9.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,526 (4.2 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player

Chris Webber was one of the top power forwards in the NBA for many years. He played for three different teams during his playing career, and is now an analyst on ESPN.

Webber was born in Detroit, Michigan, and attended high school at Detroit Country Day. After graduating from college, he was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 1993 and went on to play with them until 2008.

In 2006, he became co-owner of a team called the Sacramento Kings and served as their head coach for two seasons before retiring from professional basketball in 2010. Chris Webber has been married to wife Renee since 1997 and they have two children together - daughter Coco (born 2002) and son Max (born 2005).

Webber was a consensus first-team All-American in 1993 and won several awards, including the Naismith Trophy as college basketball's best player. Webber played for three different teams over his eight-year NBA career, most notably with the Golden State Warriors where he won an NBA championship in 2008. In addition to his on court accomplishments, Webber is also known for his outspoken nature and has been involved in several controversies throughout his career.

49. Nate Robinson

Point guard

Nate Robinson Career

  • High school: , Rainier Beach (Seattle, Washington), James Logan (Union City, California)
  • College: Washington (2002–2005)
  • NBA draft 2005 / Round: 1 / Pick: 21st overall
  • Selected by the Phoenix Suns
  • Playing career: 2005–2018
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 4, 2, 3, 10, 5, 8
  • 2005–2010: New York Knicks
  • 2010–2011: Boston Celtics
  • 2011: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2012: Golden State Warriors
  • 2012–2013: Chicago Bulls
  • 2013–2015: Denver Nuggets
  • 2015: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2015: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2016: Hapoel Tel Aviv
  • 2017: Delaware 87ers
  • 2017: Guaros de Lara
  • 2018: Homenetmen Beirut
  • 3× NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion (2006, 2009, 2010), Venezuelan League champion (2017), Venezuelan League Grand Final MVP (2017), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (2005), Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award (2005), 2× First-team All-Pac-10 (2004, 2005), Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (2003)
  • Points: 6,807 (11.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,446 (2.3 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,826 (3.0 apg)

Nate Robinson was born in 1984 and raised in Seattle. Robinson attended high school at Rainier Beach before attending James Logan University for college.

After spending two years at Washington, Robinson was drafted by the Phoenix Suns in the 2005 NBA Draft. In his 10-year career, Nate Robinson has played for the Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers and Philadelphia 76ers.

In 2018 he signed with Turkish club Fenerbahçe İstanbul as a free agent after leaving the Brooklyn Nets following their playoff elimination that season. Nate Robinson is known for his outstanding ball handling skills and ability to create shots off of turnovers or poor defense by opposing teams - attributes which have earned him numerous accolades throughout his career including five All-Star Game appearances and three MVP Awards (2007–2008, 2010–2011).

He is married to actress Candace Cameron Bure and they have two children together: son Lincoln Alexander (born 2009) and daughter Maxie Evelyn (born 2012).

50. Joe Barry Carroll

Center

Joe Barry Carroll Career

  • High school: East (Denver, Colorado)
  • College: Purdue (1976–1980)
  • NBA draft 1980 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 1980–1991
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 2, 11
  • 1980–1984: Golden State Warriors
  • 1984–1985: Simac Milano
  • 1985–1987: Golden State Warriors
  • 1987–1988: Houston Rockets
  • 1988–1990: New Jersey Nets
  • 1990: Denver Nuggets
  • 1991: Phoenix Suns
  • NBA All-Star (1987), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1981), Italian Serie A champion (1985), FIBA Korać Cup (1985), Consensus first-team All-America (1980), Third-team All-America – AP, NABC (1979), 2× First-team All-Big Ten (1979, 1980)
  • Points: 12,455 (17.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,404 (7.7 rpg)
  • Blocks: 1,121 (1.6 bpg)
  • Medals, , Representing  United States, Men's basketball, World Invitational Tournament, : 1978 United States: Men's Basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Men's basketball
  • World Invitational Tournament
  • : 1978 United States: Men's Basketball

Joe Barry Carroll was drafted first overall by the Golden State Warriors in 1980. He played for the Warriors from 1980 to 1991, averaging 18 points and 10 rebounds per season.

Carroll won two NBA championships with the Warriors (1980 and 1986), as well as an MVP award in 1987. After leaving the NBA, he played for several other teams before retiring in 1995 after a stint with Spanish club Valencia Basketbal Club..

Carroll was drafted by the New Jersey Nets in 1988 and made an immediate impact on the court. He won two consecutive NBA All-Star games, averaging 17.7 points per game over his four year career. Carroll played for the Nuggets, Suns, and Cavaliers before retiring in 2000 at age 36 due to knee injuries.

His legacy is cemented as one of the most effective forwards of his era; he ranks fifth all-time in scoring with 12,455 points and fourth in rebounding with 5,404 rebounds.

51. Marquese Chriss

Forward

Marquese Chriss Career

  • High school: Pleasant Grove, (Elk Grove, California)
  • College: Washington (2015–2016)
  • NBA draft 2016 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Sacramento Kings
  • Playing career: 2016–present
  • 2016–2018: Phoenix Suns
  • 2018–2019: Houston Rockets
  • 2019: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2019–2021: Golden State Warriors
  • 2021–2022: Dallas Mavericks
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2017)

Marquese Chriss is a 25-year-old power forward who was drafted eighth overall in the 2016 NBA draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Chriss spent two seasons with Washington, appearing in 43 games and averaging 10.5 points and 6 rebounds per game.

He signed with the Cavs on July 2, 2019, and has since appeared in three preseason games (all starts) while averaging 18 points and 7 rebounds per game. Chriss is a highly athletic player who can score inside or outside of the paint, making him an exciting addition to any lineup he joins next season.

Marquese Chriss is a young, upcoming player in the NBA. He was drafted by the Sacramento Kings in 2016 and has since played for Phoenix Suns, Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. Marquese Chriss is known for his explosive athleticism and powerful dunks. He has also been praised for his passing skills, which have helped him become a valuable contributor on various teams over the past few years.

Marquese Chriss will be an important part of whichever team he signs with next season, as he continues to develop his game at an impressive rate

Final Words

. . The Golden State Warriors are one of the most successful and beloved franchises in NBA history. For that reason, it is no surprise that their best players over the years have been some of the league’s finest athletes.

Here are five of the Warriors’ all-time greatest players: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Kevin Durant, and Steve Kerr.

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