14. Reggie Miller
Here’s the thing about Reggie Miller: we’ll always remember him for being one of the best three-point marksmen in NBA history, and we’ll never forget his feuds with the New York Knicks (and their fans — like Spike Lee), but there’s a chance we might be overrating him as one of the true “superstars” in NBA history. We’re talking about a guy who made it to the playoffs 16 times during his 19 seasons with the Indiana Pacers, but was bounced out of the playoffs in the first round nine times. In 16 attempts, he made it to one NBA Finals — in 2000, when they lost in six games to the Los Angeles Lakers.