Current team: Oklahoma City Thunder
2012-13 stats: 4.2 PPG, 6.0 RPG, 1.4 APG
For years, Kendrick Perkins' main function has been to serve as a Dwight Howard-stopper. Sure, Perk could give you some other important contributions on the court—rebounding, scoring and blocking well enough to earn himself some regular playing time for Boston and Oklahoma City. With the decline in his game over the past couple years, though, it doesn't seem like he's really worth the money anymore, and, on top of that, Dwight Howard seems more than capable of stopping himself these days. Sorry, Perk, but we say that your days as a regular rotation player are becoming numbered.