Year(s): 1998-2004

Keon Clark is yet another athlete to fall prey to booze. At a court hearing he claimed to be a recovering alcoholic who "drank at halftime," and never played any of his 353 career games sober. Clark claimed to drink a half-pint to a pint of gin a day which would partially explain why he led the league in personal fouls per minute (an unofficial stat) in 2002. What it doesn't explain is his career field goal percentage being 50 percent, or how he had the hand-eye coordination to swat 12 shots on March 23, 2001 despite the fact that he didn't even start the game.