25. Robert Horry
Horry might be one of the luckiest players in NBA history. A seven-time NBA champion. That’s right, seven times. Yet, Horry averaged only 7.0 points during his 16-year career and was more of a role player after his first four campaigns. Horry was more than serviceable and considered a great teammate, but perhaps he was luckier than really good.
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