Chris Duhon was a throw-in when the Lakers acquired Dwight Howard from the Orlando Magic last summer.
With Steve Nash, Steve Blake and Darius Morris on the roster, Duhon wasn't projected to be a regular-rotation player, but injuries to Nash and Blake early in the season thrust him into a vital role until they returned.
In nine starts, Duhon averaged a strong 45.8% from the field with 5.4 assists in 31.6 minutes. His best game was in a loss to the Utah Jazz in which he had 12 points and 11 assists.
On the year, he averaged 2.9 points a game over 46 games. Duhon shot just 38.2% from the field, showing he was clearly much more efficient as a starter.