32 players you forgot were once NBA All-Stars

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26) Rashard Lewis

Former NBA forward Rashard Lewis came right out of high school and was selected by the Seattle Supersonics in 1998. There, Lewis emerged as a sharpshooting star. He spent nine seasons in Seattle and was eventually paired with Hall of Famer Ray Allen, forming the OG Splash brothers.

During the 2004–05 season, the duo hit a combined 382 threes, back when teams didn't shoot them nearly as much as they do now. Lewis was rewarded with his first all-star appearance after averaging 20.5 points and 5.5 rebounds that year. He later left the Sonics for Orlando, signing a 6-year, $118 million deal. In Orlando, Lewis was named to the second all-star team and was key to the Magic's run to the NBA Finals, with him now playing power forward.

His size, at 6'10, coupled with his superb shooting, made him the perfect stretch four and frontcourt mate for prime Dwight Howard.  Nevertheless, that deal proved to be a clear overpay and Lewis was later traded but he would still go on to play more than 1000 games and hit more than 1,750 threes.

He ranks 26th all-time but is just one of three players 6'10 or taller in the top 30 in made threes. That combined with two all-star appearances and a championship in 2013 makes him one of the most successful prep-to-pro players ever.