Answer: Rick Barry
More information: In addition to Rick Barry's three sons (Brent, John and Drew), who went on to play in the standard NBA, he also has a fourth (Canyon) who signed with a team in the NBA G League in 2018.
Answer: Ralph Sampson
More information: Hall of Famer Ralph Sampson was picked first overall by the Houston Rockets during the 1983 NBA draft. He had a ton of potential and an amazing start to his NBA career, winning many prestigious awards and accolades. However, his latter professional years were unfortunately stunted by injuries.
Answer: Andrew Bynum
More information: Andrew Bynum, then a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, played his first NBA game just six days after celebrating his 18th birthday.
Answer: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
More information: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's extensive acting résumé also features him battling Bruce Lee in "Game of Death", an incomplete 1972 action film.
Answer: San Francisco
More information: From 1962 to 1971, this franchise was known as the San Francisco Warriors after relocating to that city from Philadelphia.
Answer: Stephon Marbury
More information: Part of Sebastian Telfair's undeserved mega popularity coming into the NBA in 2004 was the fact that his cousin, Stephon Marbury, was already a very successful point guard from Brooklyn, New York.
Answer: Oscar Robertson
More information: During his Hall of Fame career (with both the NBA and FIBA) throughout the 1960's and early 70's, Oscar "Big O" Robertson was easily the most-versatile player in the NBA.
Answer: Chicago Bulls
More information: In 2016 Wade signed with his hometown Chicago Bulls for a whopping $47 million over two years since he felt the Heat lowballed him by offering $40 million for the same duration of time.
Answer: Russell Westbrook
More information: Russell Westbrook's achievement of a triple-double (21 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists) against the Portland Trailblazers on 12 February 2019 was his tenth straight game doing such, breaking Wilt Chamberlain's previous record of nine consecutive set in 1968.
Answer: Mario Chalmers
More information: Mario Chalmers started 64 games for the 2011-12 Miami Heat and 77 games for them the next year, both of which were championship seasons.