Mitch Richmond played three of his final four seasons with the Washington Wizards
One of the greatest scorers of his era, Mitch Richmond averaged 20+ points per game every year for the first 10 seasons of his career. He definitely saw his numbers decline as his Wizards career progressed.
His first year in the DMV ended a six-year streak of All-Star appearances while setting a then career low in points per game. He would set a new career low every year he was with the Wizards and just never look like the dominant scoring guard that he was with the Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings.
In his three seasons with the Wiz, Richmond averaged 17.8 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 1.3 steals per game in 34.3 minutes a contest.
After his stint with the Wizards, he would play one more year with the Los Angeles Lakers next to Shaquille O’Neal and Kobe Bryant where he won a championship coming off the bench in 2002.