In 1947, the F.B.I. debuted the "Most Wanted Fugitive List" and three years later the bureau permanently instituted the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” program. Sixty-five years later, it arguably remains the agency's most identifiable trademark.
Who knows if our NBA's Most Wanted List will stand the test of time, but do know that familiarizing yourself with our list is guaranteed not to depress or scare the crap out of you like reading the F.B.I.'s.
Their list prioritizes suspects wanted for terrorism, white collar crimes, gang violence, and crimes against the indefensible. Our's highlights those who have committed crimes against the game of basketball, like gross impersonation of a superstar, franchise fraud, and false imprisonment. When the pros slip up, we're here to call them out, and we hope this list will be around 65 years from now when there's a 4-point line and the cryogenically-frozen head of Gregg Popovich is still coaching the Spurs.