Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
Stats at All-Star break: 44 G, 13.6 PPG, 11.4 RPG, 0.6 APG, 0.7 SPG, 0.6 BPG
1995 was a confusing time in the Eastern Conference. Michael Jordan wasn't quite back yet, and teams were vying to step up and replace the Bulls as the East's dominant team. Tyrone Hill and his Cavaliers weren't really one of the contenders, though, and yet Hill somehow found himself at the All-Star game alongside the likes of Shaq, Patrick Ewing, and Alonzo Mourning. It was an extremely odd selection given that each member of the aforementioned trio was a center, as was Hill. That's probably why the Cavs' big man only played six minutes and took just one shot all game.