13. Clifford Robinson
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“Uncle Cliffy” enjoyed an outstanding NBA career that spanned 18 seasons and left him just shy of 20,000 career points. The big, versatile forward could play in the post or on the wing, and earned Sixth Man of the Year honors following the 1992-93 season with the Portland Trailblazers. That year he averaged 19.1 points and 6.6 boards-per-game despite starting only 12 times, and starting the next year he finally got his due and became a full-time starter for the next decade or so. Toward the end of his career, Robinson moved back to the bench, where he continued to be a key contributor for the Warriors and Nets before retiring at the age of 40 in 2007.