12. Clyde Drexler
Clyde Drexler was the second best shooting guard from the 90s, and like many other players in his era, we’d probably think much more highly of him if the guy ranked number one wasn’t around. Clyde the Glide averaged 22 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists a game over a 13 year peak. Those numbers look normal for a star shooting guard now, but Drexler was one of the few shooting guards to post such all around performances with scoring, handling, defense, and rebounding.
Drexler finished second to Jordan in the 1992 MVP race and then again in the Finals. He finally got a ring in 1995 with MJ out of the picture, and some of the advanced metrics suggest Drexler may have even been better than Hakeem Olajuwon for those champion Rockets.
Achievements: 1x champion, 5x All NBA, 10x All Star