32 players you forgot were once NBA All-Stars

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25) Brad Miller

Two-time NBA All-Star Brad Miller had an unusual start to his successful NBA career. He spent the first part of his rookie year playing abroad due to the NBA lockout before signing with the Charlotte Hornets after going undrafted. He then parlayed that successful stint into a deal with the Bulls but he's perhaps best known for his time in Indiana and Sacramento.

During the 2002-2003 and 2003-04 seasons, Miller averaged a solid 13.1 points and 8.3 rebounds and 14.1 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 4.3 assists, respectively for the Pacers and then Kings. Not only did he become the first player—along with Ben Wallace—to go undrafted and make an All-Star team but he is also one of the few players in NBA history to make all-star teams in consecutive years for two franchises in different conferences.

At 7'0, Miller was known as a stretch 5, one of the first prominent ones in the NBA, and was also a gifted passer. That kept him in demand as a player and he would go on to play 14 seasons in the NBA. Had he played in today's NBA, Miller would likely have been even more effective with his passing and floor spacing but he still made two all-star teams during his time in the league.