Teams: Mavericks, Lakers, Sonics, Pacers
He never quite lived up to the promise of being the 4th overall pick in the 1984 draft, but Big Smooth was the Robert Horry of his day, albeit with fewer game-winning shots and body checks but more steady production. He went to the Finals with three different teams ('91 Lakers, '96 Sonics, '00 Pacers), and went to a Conference Finals with a fourth ('86 Mavericks). He was a 6'9" three-point specialist who could still bang in the paint, and while he never made an All-Star team and his career numbers aren't extraordinary (12 and 6, both numbers diminished by his curtailed role late in his career), his 164 playoff games played speak to his value as a player.
14. Sam Perkins