The NBA's 10 Ugliest Players of All Time
Tired of slideshows featuring the most beautiful wives of athletes or cheerleaders? Maybe not, since I never get tired of them.
How about a new topic? Let's take a look at the ugliest NBA players in history, in no particular order. Contrary to popular belief, this list was actually harder to create than I expected.
These are in no particular order.
Hill is certainly one of the hardest-working players in NBA history. Not the most talented player, but he contributed in many aspect such a defense, hustle, and leadership. Still, he didn't have the prettiest of mugs.
Cassell was one of the better point guards in his early years and a player who was never afraid to take the last shot. While an integral figure in Houston's championship years, those who doubt that aliens do exist need only look at a picture of Cassell.
Mokeski was a typical journeyman player who played 12 seasons and averaged about four points and three rebounds a game.
Bol was a big shot blocker and a decent three-point shooter, but not much else.
Dang...I get scared just looking at this picture. As an adequate basketball player, Jones played in the NBA for a while, mainly due to his rebounding ability.
An underrated athlete, Kaman is one of the better rebounders and low-post scorers in the game; however, I can't help but get an image of a caveman when I see this guy play.
Muresan was a decent low post player with a soft touch, but he did not last long in the NBA due to health reasons. He was one of the most likable guys in NBA history.
While a strong college player, Marshall never fulfilled his potential in the NBA, but he did have a solid NBA career. Can you say "Big Steve Urkel"?
Ewing was one of the best centers in NBA history. I'm certain that if a poll was taken regarding this topic, he might be one of the few to get in unanimously.
Miller was one of the best shooters the NBA has ever produced, but anytime you look like a Star Trek Ferengi, you will be on this list.