No. 23# Jamaal Tinsley, Utah Jazz
Jamaal Tinsley was once a solid starting point guard who led the Indiana Pacers into the playoffs.
Now he is stuck as the third point guard for the Utah Jazz who sees very little time on the court. Before coming to Utah, Tinsley was playing in the Developmental League for the Los Angeles D-Fenders.
Tinsley jumped at the chance to play in Utah, where he can mentor the younger players, but with only 4.8 minutes per game, it is unlikely that he is going to do much more.
No. 38# Solomon Jones
Solomon Jones of the Los Angeles Clipper is the classic example of a big man that will find a team for several years due only to his size.
In his six seasons, Jones has played for three different teams but never averaged more than four points per game.
This year, he has appeared in seven games for the Clippers and has total of six points, 13 rebounds and nine personal fouls on the season