37. Mark Price
Considered to be one of the best point guards of his time, Mark Price was a deadly shooter his entire career. The man won the 3-point shootout twice to prove this. He mostly played for the Cleveland Cavaliers during his career, but today he bounces around as a coach in the NBA. The man averaged 16 points or better from 1987 to 1995, meaning he always had to be watched.
Price was almost a sure thing at the line when fouled. He’s still the NBA’s all-time leader in free throw percentage in the regular season (.904) and in the postseason (.944). Even finishing as the league leader in free throw percentage 3 times.
He was a great assist man too, averaging 7 assists or better from 1988 to 1995. He’s a 4-time NBA All-Star who made the All-NBA First Team once and the All-NBA Third Team 3 times. He was actually drafted in the second round in the NBA Draft in 1986 due to scouts assuming he was too small to be productive. Clearly, he proved them wrong. Sadly, though he played in the NBA Finals at one point, he never won a ring.