32 players you forgot were once NBA All-Stars

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12) Kyle Korver

17-year NBA veteran Kyle Korver is remembered as being one of the best shooters in NBA history, but many have forgotten that he was actually a one-time All-Star during his long career. Korver was initially a second-round pick by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 2004 NBA draft but his elite shooting made him a highly sought-after player and he ultimately played on six teams, including the Hawks.

At 32 and 33, Korver had the two best seasons of his career, drilling 47.2% and 49.2% of his threes, respectively, during the 2013–14 and 2014–15 seasons. However, during the 14–15 season, the Hawks won 60 games and were awarded four all-stars, including Korver.

Korver, who led the league in 3-point percentage, was a somewhat controversial selection considering he only averaged 12.1 points per game but his floor spacing was crucial to the Hawks' offensive attack.

That vital skill allowed him to remain in the NBA until his late 30s and he ranks sixth in all-time made threes despite starting only about one-third of his career games. Therefore, it's hard to argue that he didn't deserve to make at least one All-Star team.