Cuprit: Bubba Wells (1997)
Record: 3 minutes
In the NBA, you are allowed six fouls before you've got take a seat on the bench. It is rare for a player to reach this foul limit, but when it does happen, it's usually well into the fourth quarter, after the player has been on the court for 25-plus minutes. Not Bubba Wells. Inserted into a game against the Chicago Bulls back in 1997, with the sole purpose of fouling Dennis Rodman (a poor free throw shooter), Wells did what he was told. He fouled out in the third quarter after registering just three minutes of actual court time. Impressive. What's worse is that the Hack-a-Rodman strategy didn't even work, as the enigmatic Bull hit 9 of 12 free throws and the Bulls won the game. Poor, poor Bubba.