21. Kevin Johnson
Before being elected mayor of Sacramento, Kevin Johnson made a career by torching the Kings (and the rest of the league for that matter). As a lanky, athletic point guard, KJ often found himself at the charity stripe from his ventures above the rim. He shot an astounding 49.3-percent from the field and was good for nearly 18 points per game. In his first seven seasons in Phoenix (1989-1995), the Suns won 394 regular season games (the most in the NBA) – winning at least 50 in each season.
20. Chauncey Billups
Shooting over 38-percent from behind the three-point line – with 267 of such postseason makes (ninth in NBA history) – will deservedly earn you the nickname, “Mr. Big Shot.” During Detroit’s 2004 playoff run that resulted in a championship win over the Los Angeles Lakers, Billups was at his best. He posted a 3.3:1 assist-to-turnover ratio, shot 35-percent from three, and spearheaded a defense that shut down an opposing lineup that featured four future-Hall-of-Famers.