Starting Five: Muggsy Bogues, Vince Carter, Tracy McGrady, Charles Oakley, Antonio Davis

It's easy to forget about Antonio Davis, maybe because he went to play in Europe after he was drafted in the second round of the 1990 NBA Draft. Because of this, he didn't come to the NBA until he was 25. When he was traded to Toronto he became a starter and held down the frontcourt with one of the most badass men ever to walk the hardwood, Charles Oakley. Add to them Vince Carter in the year he won the Slam Dunk Contest and Tracy McGrady, plus the diminutive, entertaining, and surprisingly reliable Muggsy Bogues and you have a team that was strong defensively and tremendously athletic.