11. Shannon Brown
As a native of Chicago, Shannon Brown has quite a bit to tout in looking back at the totality of his professional playing career.
Some notable accolades gained over the years include winning two NBA championship titles, ranking among the top 20 in games played for two consecutive seasons and earning a McDonald’s All-American honor.
It all began in November of 2006 when Brown made his NBA debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers. While he didn’t stay with any particular team for very long, he learned over time to embrace a defined role, which proved to be fruitful for both he and the Los Angeles Lakers. Around that time, Brown earned two NBA championship titles.
Not every stop in Brown’s journey proved to be nearly as fruitful as his days with the Lakers. He would suit up for a number of other teams during the span of his 9-year career. They included the Chicago Bulls, Charlotte Bobcats, Phoenix Suns, San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks and the Miami Heat. Upon leaving both the Lakers and the Cavaliers, Brown would not gain any further playoff experience. He was waived by the Heat in November of 2014.
During his career, Brown averaged 7.6 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game.
Brown has a 0% chance of getting inducted as a player into the Hall of Fame.