9. Latrell Sprewell (24.2 PPG in 1996/97)
Spree could fill it up in a variety of ways. Using his 6 ft 5 wiry strong body, athletisicm, and smooth shooting stroke Latrell was on his way to being a perennial scoring champion contender.
Off-the-court issues always held Sprewell back including choking out his coach in practice, and abruptly retiring after being offered a multi-million dollar contract because it wasn’t enough to “feed his daughter”.
Sprewell was put on this planet to get buckets. Unfortunately, many fans forget just how good he was in his prime. And for that reason, he lands on our list.