*Player must have worn #32 at least 4 seasons to qualify*
10. Fred Brown
The all-time franchise leader in points, games played, field goals and free throws, Fred Brown is one of the league’s most underrated players after spending all 13 years of his productive career with the Seattle Sonics. Originally drafted as the sixth pick in the 1971 draft, Brown would play 13 seasons as Seattle’s shooting guard, consistently averaging at least 16 points per game from 1974 to 1978. He’d average a career-high 23 points in 1976, topped off by a career playoff-high 45 points in a Game 2 loss to the Phoenix Suns. Brown was also a member of the 1979 championship team, made it onto the 1976 All-Star team and would lead the league in three-point percentage in 1980 after shooting 44 percent. Also, like Gus Williams Brown is also tied for second for the most steals in a single game. He also had an unbelievable 10 steals in a win over the Philadelphia 76ers, with eight alone coming in the first half. He’d finish his Sonics career averaging 14.6 points, 3.3 assists and 2.7 rebounds per. What a player, one of the more underrated weapons in NBA history.