These players are not your ordinary NBA players. They sit on the bench longer than anyone else, they dominate the court for the few minutes they're actually on it, and they have the golden opportunity to watch All-Star Weekend... At home. They are... Scrubs! And no doubt the Magic have had a few of those (un)chosen players, so who were the worst of the worst for us? Let's see as I will put them in one starting lineup, representing the Magic with glory, and dedication.
PG: Chris Duhon
He's a turnover troubled, inefficient shooting, breakdancing benchwarmer! Staying 4 years in Duke just to have a below average career, this beast couldn't do much than make the occasional three, and the pat on the butt. Averaging a whopping 3.8 points in his last season in Orlando, he deserved this starting point guard spot without a question.
SG: Von Wafer
If there's one guy who was a Michael Jordan clone, it wasn't this guy. If there's one guy who was a DeShawn Stevenson clone, it still wasn't this guy. Von Waffle, I mean, Von Wafer was acquired in the Big Baby trade a few seasons ago. He only stayed in Orlando for one season, but it was a season to remember. He's currently on the Krasny Oktyabr, but he will always be a Magic player.
SF: Shawn Kemp
What? How could the 6x all-star be on this list? Well, he wasn't a scrub, but when he came to Orlando he was. The "Reign Man" was basically the "Old Man" as a Magic player, barely jumping off the ground or running down the court. He is a legend to remember, but not in a blue and white jersey.
PF: Justin Harper
If anyone could dominate a court with defensive skills... Keep looking! Harper was drafted by the Cavs as a second round pick in 2011, but then later was traded to Orlando. Once he stepped on that fresh Amway Center floor, people cheered (his family members that showed up). Hopefully, him playing overseas for Hopoel Tel Aviv, will give them the same effort he gave us.
Who can forget the 2003 number 2 pick? The "7 foot failure" came to the Magic in 2006, and was a gift at that. Who else could've backed up our backup center if he fouled out? That's right, no one but Darko. He only stayed for one season, but it was a stunning one at that!
(Bonus) Sixth Man: Gilbert Arenas
Not gonna even explain this one.