In sports history, few players are so talented that they force the league to change the rules. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's and George Mikan's dominance are a couple of historic examples. But the "Roy Williams Rule," which banned horse-collar tacking in 2004, was instated purely for Williams' injury-causing style of play. The rest of the league's dirty players need to pay respect--homie changed the game!
36. Roy Williams