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15. Kenny Anderson

Kenny Anderson grew up in New York and it was a homecoming of sorts when he was drafted second overall in 1991 out of Georgia Tech.  Anderson secured himself as the Nets’ starting Point Guard in his second year in the NBA and in his third year, he was named an All Star while having a career high of 18.8 Points and 9.6 Assists per Game.  Anderson would play 304 Games for the Nets with a 13.3 PPG and a 17.4 PER.

41. Kenny Anderson

Kenny Anderson was an All-Star with the New Jersey Nets four years before he was traded to Boston during the 1997-98 Season and the Point Guard was able to average double-digits (11.3) in the PPG stat over his four and have seasons with the team.  Peaking with the Celtics with a 14.0 PPG campaign in 1999-00, he would average 1.9 Steals per Game two years later, which would be good enough for ninth overall.
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