2. Terry Mills
He played so few games for Indiana we couldn’t even find a picture of him in a Pacers uniform (hence the court picture above). Terry Mills was a longtime player in the NBA, and his final stop was in Indiana. In his prime, Mills averaged over 17 points a season for the Detroit Pistons during the 90s. However, when he was traded to Indiana this was decidedly not the case.
Prior to the 2000-2001 season, the Pacers brought in Mills for additional depth at the power forward position. He played in 14 (14!) games and averaged: 1.8 points in 8 minutes. Which is about the same as saying that the Pacers signed a player in free agency and never played him, because that is essentially what happened.