2. Luke Ridnour
One of the greatest Ducks to come out of the early 2000s was Luke Ridnour, the star of the show in Oregon’s 2002 Elite Eight run.
Playing in the league from 2003 until 2015, Ridnour has one the longest NBA career of any Duck to make it to the big leagues. While he never had jaw-dropping numbers like some of the others on this list, I believe that his longevity and productivity while playing put him just shy of the top.
The man led the league in the total number of games played three times after all.
Ridnour was nowhere near a scrub while he played in the NBA. He had a career 9.3 points and 4.5 assists per game.
Drafted by the SuperSonics, he stayed in Seattle until 2008. In his time with the team, the Sonics made it to the 2005 NBA Playoff semifinals before eventually losing to the title team that year, the San Antonio Spurs.
Ridnour also took part in the 2005 All-Star weekend, playing in the Skills Challenge and the Rookie Challenge.
He was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in 2008 and then signed a contract with the Timberwolves in 2010 before returning to the Bucks just three years later. He also played for the Charlotte Bobcats and the Orlando Magic before retiring.