14. Jason Kidd
They called him “Ason” Kidd early in his career because he didn’t have a J. But Jason Kidd stuck around the NBA almost two decades and was a good or very good player for almost all of them. Kidd led the league in assists five times and was named to the All Defense team nine times.
He did find a jump shot later in his career but finished with a career 51% true shooting, but he contributed so much on the boards and in defense that he was a floor general and a winner for a very long time. Kidd was the best player on two Nets teams that made the Finals and finally got that coveted ring in 2011 with the Dallas Mavericks, knocking off the first edition of LeBron’s Miami Heat.
Achievements: 1x champion, 6x All NBA, 10x All Star