No. 32 Gerald Wallace
In Wallace’s case, he shouldn’t give the opponent even odds on a play that involves effort, because close to 100 percent of the time, he will come away on top. Nicknamed “Crash” for obvious reasons, Wallace isn’t afraid of upgrading basketball from a contact to collision sport.
Wallace ranked second in the NBA last season in minutes per game at 41.0, and the 6-7 forward led the Bobcats in rebounds with 10 per game. He averaged 18.2 points on 12.4 field goal attempts, shooting over 48 percent from the field and 37 percent from three. His 2.1 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.1 blocks round out the stat line and make him one of the most versatile forwards in the game.