Usually the smallest player on the court every time a game tipped off, Mark Price nonetheless played like a giant. He was a fearless offensive performer while also stepping up to guard some of the NBA's all-time greatest ball handlers. In an era when driving into the lane meant you were most likely going to get knocked down, Price showed courage times 10 for a guard his size. In this image, Price drives the lane for a layup against the defense of Celtics great big men Kevin McHale and Robert Parish as well as Dee Brown. The four-time All-Star was annually among the league leaders in shooting from the free throw line, from the field and from long distance while also distributing the ball at a high and efficient rate. He still ranks 30th on the NBA's all-time list with a .402 3-point field goal percentage. Price was a four-time All-NBA selection. Price has signed this Driving the Lane 16" x 20" image in gold paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.