4. Brad Miller (Undrafted in 1998)
Big Brad Miller was an NBA force. One of the very few undrafted players to make an All-Star team and Brad did it twice. Brad Miller was not a traditional centre. He was one of the few centers who played primarily in the mid-range, rather than his back to basket. Come to think of it, he would be the perfect Center in today’s NBA.
A very underrated passer, he once averaged nearly 5 apg in a season. His best years were with the Pacers and the Kings, where he was an All-Star on both teams. Oh, and it’s not easy being an All-Star in the West, especially when there were guys like Duncan, Dirk, KG. Webber, among others. That alone shows how good Brad was and why he definitely deserves to be high on this list.