Jameer Nelson, Orlando Magic
Before the NBA became a league where the three point shot was the most important thing in the game, a well balanced offense was usually able to wreak havoc on opponents. The Orlando Magic were proof of that, as they used the dominant Dwight Howard to elevate other players, Jameer Nelson included.
In 2008-2009, Nelson averaged 16.7 points per game to go with five assists. He also shot 45% from three-point range for a Magic team that gave the Lakers and Kobe Bryant a scare in the NBA Finals. Once Howard diminished, though, Nelson and many of his Magic teammates did the same.