Every team has their scrubs, the guys who we all know are only on an NBA roster for insurance purposes in case the guys who actually deserve playing time get hurt.
Sometimes those guys are making a lot more than the ones who actually play, which is a whole different topic.
I want to look at one guy from each team, who isn't necessarily overpaid, and who isn't really a bench warmer either, but who probably should be based on the contributions, or lack thereof, that he makes to his team's success.
After looking over a few different team rosters, I decided to put the cutoff for this article at someone who played at least eight minutes per game in the 2010-11 NBA regular season. I didn't put a cutoff on the number of games they needed to play in to be eligible, but decided to focus more on how the player figures into the present and long term plans of his team.
One other clarification: the players are listed in no particular order.