Ranking the Top 50 Sacramento Kings, Pick No. 18

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"Size matters not... Look at me, judge me by my size, do you?" - Yoda

Standing at only 5'6 and weighing just 133 lbs, Spud Webb never let his diminutive stature get in the way of his dreams, and he became an excellent basketball player, and has been voted as the 17th Greatest Sacramento King of All-Time.

When voting feel free to use any criteria you wish in your evaluation, but only take into account a player's career as a Sacramento King.  If a player you want to vote for isn't on the poll, feel free to mention him in the comments to be added.

Today's contestants: LaSalle Thompson, Otis Thorpe, Kenny Smith, Brian Grant, Eddie Johnson, Walt Williams, Danny Ainge, Rodney McCray, Antoine Carr and Olden Polynice. After the jump, a statistical breakdown of their time in a Kings uniform. 

P.S. Question for you guys: Now that we're getting deeper into the rankings, would you like to see more in-depth Kings records? I've been limiting it to only showing if a player was in the Top-6 of a statistical category, but I can change that to start showing Top-10 as well.  What do you guys think? Will it matter to you?

LaSalle Thompson (1986-1989):

11.4 PPG, .487 FG%, 8.3 RPG, 1.5 APG, .9 STL, 1.3 BLK in 25.8 MPG (274 Games Played)

4th All-Time in Blocks (353)

Otis Thorpe (1986-1988, 1998):

15.9 PPG, .529 FG%, 8.4 RPG, 2.3 APG in 31.3 MPG (266 Games Played)

Kenny Smith (1988-1990):

15.6 PPG, .466 FG%, .354 3P%, 7.2 APG, 2.6 RPG, 1.3 STL in 37.6 MPG (188 Games Played)

1987-88 All-Rookie 1st Team Selection

Brian Grant (1995-1997):

13.4 PPG, .501 FG%, 7.1 RPG, 1.4 APG, 1.3 BLK in 29.1 MPG (182 Games Played)

1994-1995 All-Rookie 1st Team Selection

Eddie Johnson (1986-1987):

18.7 PPG, .469 FG%, 4.7 RPG, 2.9 APG in 30.5 MPG (163 Games Played)

Walt Williams (1993-1996):

14.9 PPG, .430 FG%, 4.4 RPG, 3.3 APG, 1.2 STL in 30.0 MPG (238 Games Played)

1992-93 All-Rookie 2nd Team Selection

Danny Ainge (1989-1990):

36.5 MPG, 18.5 PPG, .442 FG%, .378 3P%, 6.2 APG, 4.1 RPG, 1.5 STL (103 Games Played)

Rodney McCray (1989-1990):

14.7 PPG, .495 FG%, 7.9 RPG, 4.5 APG in 37.8 MPG (150 Games Played)

Antoine Carr (1990-1991):

19.7 PPG, .503 FG%, 5.4 RPG, 2.3 APG, 1.2 BLK in 31.4 MPG (110 Games Played)

Olden Polynice (1994-1998):

10.8 PPG, .495 FG%, 8.8 RPG, 1.2 APG, .8 BLK in 30.1 MPG (345 Games Played)

1st All-Time in Offensive Rebounds (1,130)

4th All-Time in Total Rebounds (3,053)

6th All-Time in Defensive Rebounds (1,923)

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