13. Tracy McGrady
If we’re being honest, Tracy McGrady was one of the most physically gifted players in decades. At 6’8, McGrady had the wingspan of a condor, and could legitimately play four positions on the basketball court. But McGrady suffered from what some would describe as “good stats on bad teams” syndrome. For his all of his abilities and scoring prowess, he was never considered a “winner.” Who knows how history would’ve looked back on him if Grant Hill didn’t suffer his career-derailing injuries when he and McGrady signed with the Orlando Magic in the summer of 2000.