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Some of our favorite NBA players come and go just like money or a two-bit hussy. Whether it be due to injuries, a drug problem, or boredom, some of these guys seem to fall off the face of the Earth. Ben Wallace, for example, started his career as a bench warmer. But once Larry Brown got a hold of him in Detroit, Wallace became one of the best defensive players ever. Big Ben had a crazy seven-year run that included a championship and four Defensive Player of the Year awards. However young'ns who didn't start watching the NBA till the late-2000s probably don't even know who he is.
Isaiah Rider's fall off story took a different path. He was a star from jump, but couldn't behave himself. Teams didn't want to put up with his shit anymore, so he was forced out. Some of the names on this list have been forgotten through time. Guys like Terrell Brandon and Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf (formally Chris Jackson) came and went in a flash, but we still remember how nasty they were. In honor of Ben Wallace's 38th birthday today, we take a look at the Biggest Fall-Offs in NBA History.
Written by Angel Diaz (@ADiaz456)