Standout point guards and Cleveland go hand and hand. Following in the footsteps of Cavaliers Hall of Famer Lenny Wilkens—who established Cleveland’s premiere point-guard legacy—Mark Price used his steady play and sharp accuracy from the field to anchor the Cavaliers for nine seasons (1986-1995).
Leading the team to seven trips to the postseason, Price was Cleveland’s first player to receive first-team all-NBA honors and was a four-time NBA All-Star. Yet the Georgia Tech alum wasn’t even a first round pick—nor drafted by Cleveland to begin with. That didn’t stop him from defining the franchise in the late 80s through the mid 90s. Pay homage to number 25, the sixth Cavalier to have his jersey retired, and one of Cleveland’s greatest players.