16. Corey Maggette
Corey Maggette, who is commonly known as Five-Oh, is one of several former NBA stars to turn to the BIG3 league after leaving the NBA.
It all started in November of 1999 when Maggette made his NBA debut with the Orlando Magic. He made the most of his opportunities early on allowing him to become a serviceable veteran for many years.
Maggette ranked among the top 20 in points per game for four seasons. Not forget to mention he ranked among the top 20 both in free-throws attempts and total free-throws for five seasons.
Maggette reached the NBA playoffs only once during his 14-year career. It occurred immediately after the 2005-2006 regular season, at which point he was a member of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Over the years, Maggette also played for the Golden State Warriors, Milwaukee Bucks, Charlotte Bobcats and the Detroit Pistons.
Maggette retired from the NBA in 2013 after getting waived by the San Antonio Spurs. A short time later, he started playing basketball in the BIG3 league.
Notable accolades include getting named a McDonald’s All-American and earning the 2018 BIG3 MVP award.
Maggette was born in Melrose Park, Illinois. He went to high school at Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Illinois and attended college at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
Maggette has a 0% chance of getting inducted as a player into the Hall of Fame.