RANKED: The 30 Best NBA Players From 2000-2010

28. Michael Redd


The lefty out of Ohio State may have had an unconventional shot — though it went in far more than it didn’t. Redd routinely lit the opposition up for the Milwaukee Bucks. Though he inexplicably garnered only one All-Star appearance throughout his 11-season career, Redd averaged at least 21 PPG in six-straight years.

A bigger wing, Redd utilized physicality to get open on the perimeter. All he needed was a sliver of space before unleashing shots from beyond the arc. A total sharpshooter, Redd scorched the nets with regularity. He had two seasons in which he shot 44-percent from three. Over the course of his career, he connected on 38-percent of his tries. These marks are quite good considering the league never really emphasized that aspect of the game during this time period.

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