Larry Hughes, Washington Wizards
There may not have been a more fun team in NBA history that is rarely talked about than the 2004-2005 Washington Wizards. With streaky yet electrifying shooters like Gilbert Arenas, Washington had the potential to beat – or lose to – anyone in the league each night.
Larry Hughes was a big reason for their explosivity, as the 2004-2005 season saw Hughes put up 22 points to go with 6.3 rebounds, 4.7 assists, and 2.9 steals per game. But Hughes couldn’t keep that production up, and became a journeyman.