5. Mike Bibby
Remember the Bibby during his Sacramento Kings days? The 2001-2002 Kings team was a fun team to watch: Bibby, Vlade Divac, Chris Webber, Peja Stojakovic, Bobby Jackson, Hedo Turkoglu, and Gerald Wallace. It is unfortunate that this team could never win a championship. That season, Bibby was the starting point guard on the WCF team that lost to the Lakers. However, he is beyond washed up at this point. He appeared in 39 games last season, averaging 2.6 ppg and 2.1 apg,and shooting 28.2% from the field in 14.3 mpg.
4. Luke Walton
How the hell did he get a 6 years $30 million contract? The former 32nd overall pick averaged 11.4 ppg and 5.1 rpg in 33 mpg in his best season (the 06-07 season). I just don’t get it. When the whole Lakers Nation celebrates because you got traded, you know you’re bad.
3. Jerry Stackhouse
A former All-Star who is turning 38 in a couple months, Jerry Stackhouse recently signed a 1 year deal with the Nets. Supposedly he was brought in to be the veteran locker room presence. I don’t get why the Brooklyn Nets need a veteran locker room presence when they have Deron Williams (going on his 8th season), Gerald Wallace (12th), and Joe Johnson (also 12th). It’s not like Stackhouse has a championship. By the way, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, the recent 2nd overall pick in the 2012 draft and youngest player in the NBA, was just 2 years old when Stackhouse played his first NBA game.
2. Miami Heat bench warmers Juwan Howard and Dexter Pittman.
Juwan Howard is older than Jerry Stackhouse (39 years old) and Dexter Pittman is too fat.
1. Brian, the White Mamba, Scalabrine.
In his glory days, he was the best benchwarmer in the league and the only white player on the Boston Celtics’ 2008 Championship Team. He was also an infamous inbounder. Unfortunately, this fan-favorite currently on the Bulls absolutely sucks. Check out the White Mamba’s career highlight: