(Sorry about the odd order at the beginning. I forgot to rearrange them.)
I've always been a big Michael Redd fan. He can score like crazy. He's not necessarily tough to defend, but what he lacks in speed and quickness, he makes up for in his relentless scoring prowess. Back in his day, Michael Redd was a beast on the offensive end. Remember? He was the face of the Bucks! He was an All-Star! He even knocked down 8 three pointers in one quarter! So why isn't he higher? Because that's all he does. He scores extremely efficiently. That's about it. He's next to useless on the defensive end and his injuries are starting to weigh him down, but in the early and mid 2000s, he was beast.
His career stats are 20.0 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.3 apg, 1.0 spg. see more on Michael Redd
While he wasn't that prominent at the beginning of the decade, he's become a powerhouse since. It's hard to imagine an Atlanta Hawks team without Joe Johnson. I'll be the first one to admit, they pay him way too much. They pay him more than Lebron gets paid. While he's not as good as Lebron, he's an excellent leader to a young but talented team. His ability to get open and find his own shots is second to none. Not to mention that he competed in the three point shootout. He's very durable and he's a great passer. Only thing "wrong" with him is his rebounding. Considering how tall he is, he's not that aggressive.
His career stats are 17.7 ppg, 4.5 apg, 4.2 rpg, 1.0 spg. see more on Joe Johnson
He'll never be and has never been the face of a franchise. He's not the best overall player. He is, however, an extremely quick and exceptionally talented scorer. He's a wonderful scoring option for a point guard. Rip's had Chauncey Billups for most of his career, but that doesn't mean Rip didn't have to do anything. Chauncey needed a good scorer. Rip was the only choice. He's a great defender and excellent shooter. He's just lacking in everything else, including ball control. His durability and consistency make him a very reliable scorer though.
His career stats are 17.7 ppg, 3.5 apg, 3.2 rpg, .8 spg. And yes, that is a mask. see more on Richard Hamilton
While he wants to play every position, he's a shooting guard at heart. He hasn't been in the NBA for long, but his pure scoring ability and his ability to lead his team make him stand out among the rest. The majority of people think that LaMarcus Aldrige is the key to the Trail Blazers success, I say otherwise. Even though he's young, he's still got allot of experience. Remember that he went to college all four years. His knack for picking up injuries and inconsistency on the scoring end have held him back since he entered the NBA, however. His career stats are 19.0 ppg, 4.7 apg, 4.1 rpg, 1.0 spg. see more on Brandon Roy