Out of the Ordinary: The 14 Most Unique Players in NBA History

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Out of the Ordinary: The 14 Most Unique Players in NBA History

Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard is currently one of the NBA's most unique players. No, not because he's the game's top center (sorry, Yao Ming fans), but because of his ability to make others laugh and his rare athleticism for a big man.

The 6'11", 265-pounder has an impressive 40-inch vertical leap. In 2008, Howard won the Slam Dunk Contest at All-Star Weekend, which is an event that usually isn't won by a player of his size.

Another one of the league's most unusual players is Los Angeles Lakers forward Ron Artest. He's been known for his outspokenness, interesting hair cuts, and audacity to leave the court to go jump into the stands to fight fans.

Here is a look at the NBA's 14 most unique players of all time.

Dennis "The Worm" Rodman, little Muggsy Bogues, giant Manute Bol (R.I.P.). Don't worry, they're all here.

Well, let's begin.

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