10. Gary Payton
Known as "The Glove," Gary Payton has been bald since the early days of his NBA career.
Moreover, the first-round pick in 1990 spent 13 seasons with the SuperSonics and is considered arguably the franchise's most outstanding player. Known for his extraordinary defensive skills, the point guard was described as "probably as complete a guard as there ever was" by legendary Gail Goodrich.
The six-foot-four, 190 pounds guard won the Defensive Player of the Year in 1996. A nine-time NBA All-star, Payton was also selected to NBA All-Defensive First Team a record nine times.
A player with both defensive and offensive qualities, the SuperSonics legend finished his career with 16.3 points per game. He also led the league in most steals per game (2.9) in the 1995/96 season.
Playing simultaneously with Michael Jordan in NBA, Payton shared a high-octane rivalry with the Bulls star. He was Jordan's fiercest opponent and the two brought out the best in each other.
With 16 years of stellar NBA career, he didn't win the championships until later in his career with the Miami Heat. A life-long supporter of Seattle, "the Glove" retired in 2007 after two seasons with Miami.
Post-retirement, Payton appears in charitable events in Seattle. He was indicated to the Hall of Fame in 2013.