Top 10 Players Who Have Worn The No. 0

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What is your favorite number? How many players do you know who wear your lucky number in the NBA? Can you create a team of players who wear your number?

Follow me. How many points do you want to score? 0. Zero? Of course not. How many rebounds do you want to have? 0. Zero? Of course not. How many wins do you want to have? 0. Zero? Of course not, c'mon!

But, why do you want to wear the No. 0? How many players do you know who have worn the No. 0? Do you know Gilbert Arenas? Yeah, of course you do, Agent Zero.

Arenaswore No. 0 when he joined the NBA, but the number dates back to his time at the University of Arizona, where he was told zero was the number of minutes he was going to be able to play that year.

Check this chart below.

 Credit: SB Nation

Credit: SB Nation

Check what Damian Lillard said 5 years ago about the No. 0.

Kevin Love also shared his thought about No. 0.

"My first number I ever played with, I remember showing up to a game in Beaverton, Oregon, with a brand new inner-city team I was supposed to play with. I was the last guy to the guy for the tournament. There was the zero for me."

Today, I will present to you top 10 players who have worn the No. 0 in NBA history.

Honorable Mention

Avery Bradley: 12.1 PTS, 3.1 REB, 1.7 AST

Boston Celtics' Avery Bradley (0) celebrates after making a three point basket against the Charlotte Hornets during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Charlotte, N.C., Monday, March 30, 2015. The Celtics won 116-104. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

AP Photo/Chuck Burton

10. Jeff Teague: 12.6 PTS, 2.4 REB, 5.5 AST

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9. Andre Drummond: 13.3 PTS, 12.8 REB, 1.5 BLK

Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond returns to the court after the New Orleans Pelicans took 101-98 lead over the Pistons during the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, in Auburn Hills, Mich. The Pelicans defeated the Pistons 103-101. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson)

AP Photo/Duane Burleson

8. Mike Bibby: 14.7 PTS, 3.1 REB, 5.5 AST

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7. Larry Hughes: 14.1 PTS, 4.2 REB, 3.1 AST

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6. Shawn Marion: 15.2 PTS, 8.7 REB, 1.9 AST

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5. DeMarcus Cousins: 21.2 PTS, 10.8 REB, 3.0 AST

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Credit: USA Today

4. Kevin Love: 18.4 PTS, 11.5 REB, 2.4 AST

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Photo by Gregory Shamus/NBAE via Getty Images

3. Damian Lillard: 22.4 PTS, 4.0 REB, 6.2 AST

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2. Gilbert "Agent Zero" Arenas: 20.7 PTS, 3.9 REB, 5.3 AST

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1. Russell Westbrook: 22.7 PTS, 6.2 REB, 7.9 AST

Jan 16, 2015; Oklahoma City, OK, USA;  Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) dunks the ball against the Golden State Warriors during the fourth quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Starting Lineup Of "Number Zero"

Gilbert Arenas

Russell Westbrook

Shawn Marion

Kevin Love

DeMarcus Cousins