32. "Hot" Rod Hundley

Bad knees prevented Hundley from living up to the promise that made him the No. 1 pick in 1957, but "Hot" Rod had all the makings of a star nonetheless. A combo guard before the term was en vogue, Hundley was known primarily as a scorer but had an adept passing touch. He was named to the All-Star game in two seasons in Los Angeles. (NBA Photos/NBAE/Getty Images)