18. Eddie Johnson
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Johnson was not the primary scorer on a lot of winning clubs and he didn’t have the recognition of other names coming up on this list, but he was still a truly tremendous scorer off the bench. From 1986 until the end of his career in 1999, Johnson became a super sub. Over that course of time, he averaged over 14 points per game eight consecutive seasons with a high tide mark of 21.5 in 1989. He did that in just under 30 minutes per game. He was a solid three-point shooter, but above all, he could get his shot off against anyone. A truly remarkable scorer, especially off the bench. He won the Sixth Man of the Year award in 1989.