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Marcus Camby probably has the least in the tank out of the players on this list, but his style of play is fuel efficient.
Basically, he can run on fumes.
Camby is a classic rim-protector who eschews pick-and-roll defense to stay glued to the paint. His long arms and reach allow him to contest a ton of shots and gobble up rebounds, attributes that can fit in a defensive system that doesn't ask its bigs to hedge or show on pick-and-rolls.
Offensively, Camby is a high-post operator who, we should remember, is one of the better passing bigs of his era. Camby can really work well with a bruising power forward, and, although you don't want to depend on it, that catapult shot can fall every now and then.
You might not want to rely on him for substantial minutes, but in the right fit, Camby can still make a difference on both ends of the floor.