5) Keith Van Horn
In the late 90s, Keith Van Horn proved himself as a force, averaging 20.2 points per game and 7.9 rebounds per game through the first three years of his career. After only playing 49 games in 2001, Van Horn bounced back in 2002, playing and starting in 81 games. Although his statistical output dipped, his efficiency improved greatly alongside Jason Kidd. He increased his two-point field goal percentage to 50.8 percent in 2003 and shot a strong 37 percent from three-point range while averaging over seven rebounds per game. Despite 2003 being Van Horn’s last year as a Net, his contribution to the Nets championship runs as an all-around player and floor spacer were essential.
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