Another legend of the 2003 draft, together with James and Anthony, for whom Athens came too soon. Aged 22 and with just a single NBA season under his belt, he averaged 7.3 points at the 2004 Olympics. Four years later, he bounced back with the Redeem Team in Beijing, top-scoring with 16 points per game for a side that was a Dream Team once more. In Greece, however, he failed to make an impact as he struggled to adapt to FIBA basketball. In the legendary 2008 final, he scored 27 points against Spain. At the 2006 World Cup, which brought another bronze, he averaged more than 19 points per game. He didn’t make it to London 2012. One of the best shooting guards in history, he retired in 2019 back at the team where he spent the bulk of his career, the Miami Heat, having won three championship rings, a Finals MVP award and been an All-Star 13 times.