He is perhaps one of the most underrated, under appreciated, great point guards ever to play in the league – Mark Price. From 1989-1995, Price dazzled the crowds with crazy passes, timely assist, ability to hit the outside shot, get to the rim and display all-around hustle and heart.
During the 1988–89 season, Price became the second player to join the NBA's 50-40-90 club when he shot at least 40% from three-point range, at least 50% from the field and at least 90% from the free throw line in a single season. Not only that, Price first was the first to split the double team and his former teammate, Steve Kerr, backed that fact up.
“Mark really revolutionized the way that people attack the screen and roll. To me, he was the first guy in the NBA who really split the screen and roll."
"You watch an NBA game now and almost everybody does that. Mark was a pioneer in that regard."
Check out Price and relive some of his greatest hits with Cleveland.