While some of the NBA's top superstars battled it out in the 2015 NBA Finals, it was a showcase of sorts for Cleveland center Timofey Mozgov. The fifth-year big man didn't take away the spotlight from LeBron James or Stephen Curry, but he firmly established a reputation for making big plays on both ends of the court on the game's biggest stage. It was Mozgov's first season in Cleveland after successful stints in New York and Denver. He joined the Cavs in a January trade, and the regular season saw him earn career highs in points per game (10.6), field goal percentage (.590) and free throw percentage (.787) while tying career highs in blocks (1.2), assists (0.8) and steals (0.4). He stepped up his game in the postseason, and his increased minutes equaled more production. He had double-doubles in one-fourth of the Cavaliers games with a superstar-like 28-point, 14-rebound effort in Game 4 of the NBA Finals . He had three double-doubles in the Finals alone as the Cavs came up just short of winning their first championship. The Russian native was also a beast on the defensive end with a pair of four-block games in the Finals. His Finals effort helped him make a name for himself as a two-way player who does it all to help his team win. Mozgov has signed and inscribed his nickname "Timo" on this limited edition (50) Spalding replica indoor/outdoor basketball in black paint pen. His signature and inscription are deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.