Although Rashad McCants may have not been the best player statistically on this list, he is number one for many different reasons. In college Rashad was an beast at North Carolina. Alongside Marvin Williams and Raymond Felton, they beat Dee Brown, Deron Williams, and Luther Head at Illinois. McCants entered the draft after his junior year, but still managed to be on North Carolina's all time scoring list at 14. Coming into Minnesota as a rookie he was bothered by injuries in his first two year in the pros, he finally began to live up to the hype by his third year. He averaged 15 ppg in twenty seven minutes. The next year he was traded to Sacramento and was still having a pretty good year. His contract then expired in 2009, and he hasn't been seen in the NBA since then. He has become a complete mystery since then. Why he can't get an NBA contract is completely unknown. He has the athletic ability to do so, he is decently smart on the court, he has never been arrested or had a drug history, it just doesn't make sense... Until you read deeper. Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle said that he would offer Rashad McCants a contract after he sees a psychiatrist. After missing out on the Lebron James sweepstakes, the Cleveland Cavaliers were excited to have Rashad play for them during the summer league. However McCants pulled a no show, and apparently didn't tell any teammates or coaches why either. He later justified himself via facebook by saying he needed to see a sick relative, but wouldn't he have atleast been responsible enough to let the Cavaliers know that? This is the reason Rashad tops this list. He is a great player, with great ability, that has no criminal record, and that is simply no where to be found.