Before the Cleveland Cavaliers All-Star triumvirate of LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving, there was the legendary quartet of Brad Daugherty, Ron Harper, Mark Price and Larry Nance.
Daugherty, Harper, Price and Nance collectively racked up 12 All-Star appearances and five NBA championships throughout their careers. But more importantly, in 1987 the quartet tipped off the Cavs winningest nine-season run. It all started with two playoff appearances before Harper was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers. The trade, however, couldn’t quell the heat in Northeast Ohio, and the Cavs made the playoffs six more times in seven seasons, reaching the Eastern Conference Finals in 1992. Pay homage.