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Dunleavy sticks around for his shot and his hustle, entertaining crowds that forget he was a lottery pick.
10. Miles Plumlee, No. 26, 2012, Indiana Pacers
After playing in only 14 games for Indiana as a rookie, the eldest of the Fighting Plumlees was dealt to Phoenix. There, he only posted 8.1 points per game, 7.8 rebounds per game and 11 double-doubles, 10 of those before the All-Star break. If the Pacers had known Plumlee had that in him, perhaps they wouldn't have shattered Roy Hibbert's confidence by acquiring Andrew Bynum.
9. Josh McRoberts, No. 37, 2007, Portland Trail Blazers
In Josh McRoberts' first five-plus seasons, he only saw one year of regular action, starting 51 games for the Pacers in 2010-11. He's rejuvenated his career in Charlotte, however, playing more than 30 minutes per night and making 97 starts in the past year and a half. He could be on the move, however, with ESPN's Jeff Goodman reporting that as many as 10 teams may be interested in signing McRoberts.
8. Chris Duhon, No. 38, 2004, Chicago Bulls
Chris Duhon was a frequent starter at point guard for the Bulls and Knicks before washing out with the Magic and Lakers. His last major headlines were drawn as a piece in the trade that sent Dwight Howard to Los Angeles. Duhon is now beginning a coaching career, joining ex-Laker assistant Dan D'Antoni's staff at Marshall.
7. Kyle Singler, No. 33, 2011, Detroit Pistons
Kyle Singler has started 110 games in two seasons as a Piston, including the final 35 of the 2013-14 season. Over that span, he averaged a cool 11.0 points per game and shot 41.9 percent from three-point range. Detroit's signing of Jodie Meeks could muddy the waters for Singler next season unless Greg Monroe bolts in free agency.
6. Mike Dunleavy, No. 3, 2002, Golden State Warriors
Mike Dunleavy's production has never truly lived up to his draft position, but he's certainly redeemed himself after a rocky start to his career. Since 2007, Dunleavy has shot 39.3 percent from long range, more than a five-point improvement from his first five seasons in the league.