On a team full of superstars who play hard on both ends of the court, Timofey Mozgov still stands out as one of the league's top two-way big men. LeBron James has often referred to Mozgov as the anchor of the Cavaliers defense as Cleveland's finest rim protector often alters shots when he's not quite blocking them. While he averaged 1.2 blocks per game following his midseason trade to Cleveland in the 2014-15 campaign, he upped that average to 1.8 in the playoffs as the Cavs made a run to the NBA Finals. Ferocious and smart on the glass, he also increased his rebounds-per-game average from 6.9 with the Cavs in the regular season to 7.3 in the postseason. The Cavaliers gave the name "Rise Up" to their battle cry nearly 10 years ago and it has stuck. The moniker is inscribed in this image of Mozgov pulling down a rebound while his teammates look on. Mozgov has signed and inscribed this limited edition (50) Rise Up 16" x 20" image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.