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June 22, 1998
Patience is a virtue, you say? Good luck persuading Karl Malone and John Stockton. Not only have they pick-and-rolled the Jazz into the playoffs every season since 1985-86 without winning a title, but they've also had to watch as bench warmers on other teams decorated their fingers with rings. Here are the five players with the lowest minutes-to-rings ratios during Malone's and Stockton's Sisyphean era.
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June 22, 1998

Statitudes

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Patience is a virtue, you say? Good luck persuading Karl Malone and John Stockton. Not only have they pick-and-rolled the Jazz into the playoffs every season since 1985-86 without winning a title, but they've also had to watch as bench warmers on other teams decorated their fingers with rings. Here are the five players with the lowest minutes-to-rings ratios during Malone's and Stockton's Sisyphean era.

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