Years: 1989-2002
Teams: Nets, Hawks, Warriors
In addition to his underrated role in rock n' roll history (Pearl Jam was originally named after him, and their first album, 10, is an homage to his jersey number), Mookie Blaylock was an underrated star of the '90s NBA. He was first team all defense twice ('94 and '95) and second team all defense four times ('95-'99), but he could also score and dish, averaging nearly 14 and 7 for his career. And with a squad that inlcuded the likes of Jud Buechler and Tate George, be thankful Pearl Jam chose Mookie to pay tribute to.