1. Karl Malone
Widely regarded as one of the greatest power forwards in the history of NBA, Karl Malone was twice inducted into the 'Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.' He made the playoffs every season in his career, but couldn't get his hands on the championship ring.
2. Steve Nash
Despite playing 18 seasons in the NBA, which included a seven-time All-NBA selection and eight-time All-Star, Steve Nash could not win the elusive championship ring.
Nicknamed Sir Charles, Barkley was one of the most dominant power forwards in NBA. He won the 1993 NBA 'Most Valuable Player' and was an 11-time member of the All-NBA Team and 11-time NBA All-Star. But he never managed to earn himself a championship ring.
Allen Iverson was an 11-time NBA All-Star. In 2001, he won the All-Star game MVP award and was NBA's Most Valuable Player. In 2016, he was inducted into the 'Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.' Despite all these achievements, he could never get his hands on the elusive championship ring.
5. John Stockton
Considered one of the greatest point guards ever, John Stockton was twice inducted into the 'Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.' A ten-time NBA All-Star, Stockton helped his team 'Utah Jazz' reach the playoffs on 19 occasions. However, he couldn't win the championship ring even once.