Andre Miller is considered one of the best players never to play in an All-Star Game; a snub should have likely been rectified when he was a Cleveland Cavalier. Playing his first three seasons of his career with the Cavs, Miller’s most efficient years occurred there. He would have a PER of 20.2 and would average 14.5 Points in hi 245 Games there. As a Point Guard, Miller was expected to be a good distributor, and in the 2001/02 campaign, he would lead the NBA in Assists and Assists per Game and had a career-high of 16.5 Points per Game. Miller was shipped off to the Los Angeles Clippers the following season.