Under-the-radar players have an aptitude for providing overlooked contributions to their team, often on the biggest stages the professional sports world has to offer.
Whether it's Mario Chalmers pouring in 25 points for the Miami Heat during Game 4 of the 2012 NBA Finals or Jacoby Jones racing 108 yards on the second-half kickoff of Super Bowl XLVII, there are constant reminders that great teams (not great individuals) win championships.
It's why there is so much interest in trade rumors that may otherwise fail to excite a fanbase.
With the Feb. 21 trade deadline just weeks away, teams are now identifying available targets to help bolster their rosters for a sustained postseason push. Big names will still draw the majority of the coverage between now and then, but that won't stop analysts and fans alike from appreciating the significance of these lower-tier acquisitions.