Long before LeBron James was anointed King of the Cavs, it was Mark Price. Point guard for nine seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers (1986-95), Price rocketed into the record books with smooth shooting from the field-goal range and the free-throw line—retiring with a jaw-dropping .9039 percentage in the latter, 2nd only to Steve Nash.
But his talent wasn’t just shooting, he was also one of the originators of splitting the double: moving with forceful ease between two defenders before finishing at the basket. Only the second member of the elite 50-40-90 club—notching shooting percentages of or above 50% in field goals, 40% in three-pointers and 90% in free throws—Price remains one of Cleveland’s all-time best. Throw it back to the basketball era of short-shorts, and pay homage to the four-time NBA All-Star with this classic tee.