13. Charles Smith
The original "not two, not three, not four..." It's easy to forget that the Knicks were actually the 1 seed in the Eastern Conference in 1993, with home court advantage against Jordan and the Bulls in the last year of their first threepeat. The Knicks won the first two games of the Conference Finals in New York; Chicago then won two on their own home court. And, if not for an epic series of layup fails (or epic series of missed foul calls), the Knicks would've returned to the Chi with a 3-2 lead. But then Charles Smith couldn't flush a two-foot gimme. Or the putback. Or the putback to the putback. Or the putback to the putback to the putback. And so it goes.