6. Carlos Boozer
I always enjoyed the fact that a dude named Boozer was such a good Duke player. Just feels right. Boozer was a double-double machine, scoring double digit points every season in his 13 in the league.
He was always good but rarely great and, in another universe, might have been LeBron James’s running mate for his Cavs prime instead of spending his time in Utah and Chicago. Boozer made a couple All Star teams and even made All NBA once, and he was a 20/10 guy at his best. He was never much of a defender but he was a reliable guy year after year.