Lou Williams is one of the few players left in the league that came out of high school. Williams was drafted back in 2005, in the second round. He has floated around to a couple of different teams in his career, but has established himself as one of the best sixth men in the league. Williams isn’t going to put up many peripheral stats, but has averaged over ten shot attempts per game in his career, and around 24 minutes per game. Williams is a volume player in the league, but serves a huge value to teams off the bench.