5. Indiana Pacers: Reggie Miller 174.4 Win Shares
A common theme among this list is players who only played for one team in their NBA career. Reggie Miller fits that bill, playing his entire 18-year career for the Indiana Pacers. There is a very steep 110.9 Win Shares drop off from Miller to the Pacers No. 2 in Roger Brown (63.5), who played for the ABA version of the Pacers back in the 60s and 70s. That’s the second-largest Win Shares deficit from a team’s all-time No. 1 to No. 2.
A surprising name in the Pacers top-10 is Jeff Foster, averaging just 4.9 points for his career. But Foster did play all 13 of his seasons for the Pacers. Another one-team wonder!