Ronny Turiaf, Heat (2012)
A second-round pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, Frenchman Ronny Turiaf played for six different teams — including a brief stint in the now-defunct Continental Basketball Association (CBA) — in eight seasons, before signing on with the Miami Heat in 2012. Technically, he was a member of seven teams in eight years, but was immediately waived by one team (the Denver Nuggets) after being traded there. But the former West Coast Conference Player of the Year at Gonzaga University still won a championship ring as a member of the Heat, playing alongside LeBron James.
During the 2012 playoff run, Turiaf played in 12 games, but contributed just as many fouls (23) as points. He was also a major liability at the free throw line, shooting a miserable 27% for the playoffs. But hey, he got a ring!