Juwan Howard — 2012 Miami Heat
Juwan Howard first burst onto the basketball scene as a member of Michigan’s famous Fab Five back in the early 90s. He began his NBA career successfully enough with Washington, averaging 18 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 assists a game over six and a half season with the franchise, even earning an All-Star berth before being traded. Howard had another few solid seasons in him — one for Dallas, one for Denver, one in Orlando — before devolving into the veteran big man bench leader that swung from team to team each season.
His last stop just happened to be in Miami, one of the cheap veteran signings Pat Riley brought in around the Heat’s big three. Howard contributed almost nothing on the court, playing 833 minutes combined across three season. Hopefully his veteran leadership was worth the rings the team gave him.