Private Signings

Private Signings

Mark Price

Cleveland Cavaliers | 2nd Member of the 50-40-90 Club

4x NBA All-Star, 1993 All-NBA First Team, 3x All-NBA Third Team, 2x NBA Three-Point Contest Champion, One of 8 Members of 50–40–90 Club, Cavaliers No. 25 Retired, 1985 Consensus Second-Team All-American, 1983 ACC Rookie of the Year, Yellow Jackets No. 25 Retired

Price was known as one of the league's most consistent shooters. He finished his career with a 90.4% free throw shooting percentage and a 40% three-point field goal shooting percentage. During the 1988–89 season, Price became the second player, after Larry Bird, to join the NBA's 50–40–90 club for those who 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, and is still one of only eight players to have ever done this while also achieving the NBA league minimum number of makes in each category. Price ranked consistently among the assist leaders (as of March 11, 2015, LeBron James surpassed Price's Cavs record of 4,206 assists, taking over 1st place), twice won the Three Point Contest (in 1993 and 1994), and was a four-time All-Star. Price was named to the All-NBA First Team after the 1992–93 season. Price was second in franchise steals with 734, a Cavaliers record that stood until December 9, 2008 when LeBron James surpassed him. Another one of Price's distinguishing traits on the court was his pioneering of the splitting of the double team. As former teammate Steve Kerr explains, "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. A lot of teams started blitzing the pick and roll and jumping two guys at it to take the ball out of the hands of the point guard. He’d duck right between them and shoot that little runner in the lane. Nobody was doing that at that time. You watch an NBA game now and almost everybody does that. Mark was a pioneer in that regard."

Small Piece – $29

One autograph on a small piece you send in–includes flats and minis and other small items. No upcharges for custom items.

Large Piece – $39

One autograph on a large piece you send in–everything else but flats and minis. No upcharges for custom items.

Any Inscription – $15

One per piece with a maximum of 3 words.

JSA Witness – $8

A JSA representative will be present at the signing to personally sticker your item and provide a JSA Witnessed COA.

Read Before Checkout:

  1. Your item must arrive at the location below by June 2nd.
  2. Items shipping from a third-party vendor are not accepted (i.e. ScoreHere, Amazon).
  3. Return shipping is included at checkout:

Large pieces are $9 per piece minus two dollars for each additional piece.

Small pieces are $5 for the first piece and each charge per additional piece decreases.

You may include your own return shipping label and we will refund your shipping charges.

Ship To:

RSA Signings–Price

207 River Hills Drive, Ste 107

Nashville, TN 37210

Mark Price

Cleveland Cavaliers | 2nd Member of the 50-40-90 Club

4x NBA All-Star, 1993 All-NBA First Team, 3x All-NBA Third Team, 2x NBA Three-Point Contest Champion, One of 8 Members of 50–40–90 Club, Cavaliers No. 25 Retired, 1985 Consensus Second-Team All-American, 1983 ACC Rookie of the Year, Yellow Jackets No. 25 Retired

Price was known as one of the league's most consistent shooters. He finished his career with a 90.4% free throw shooting percentage and a 40% three-point field goal shooting percentage. During the 1988–89 season, Price became the second player, after Larry Bird, to join the NBA's 50–40–90 club for those who 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, and is still one of only eight players to have ever done this while also achieving the NBA league minimum number of makes in each category. Price ranked consistently among the assist leaders (as of March 11, 2015, LeBron James surpassed Price's Cavs record of 4,206 assists, taking over 1st place), twice won the Three Point Contest (in 1993 and 1994), and was a four-time All-Star. Price was named to the All-NBA First Team after the 1992–93 season. Price was second in franchise steals with 734, a Cavaliers record that stood until December 9, 2008 when LeBron James surpassed him. Another one of Price's distinguishing traits on the court was his pioneering of the splitting of the double team. As former teammate Steve Kerr explains, "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. A lot of teams started blitzing the pick and roll and jumping two guys at it to take the ball out of the hands of the point guard. He’d duck right between them and shoot that little runner in the lane. Nobody was doing that at that time. You watch an NBA game now and almost everybody does that. Mark was a pioneer in that regard."

Small Piece – $29

One autograph on a small piece you send in–includes flats and minis and other small items. No upcharges for custom items.

Large Piece – $39

One autograph on a large piece you send in–everything else but flats and minis. No upcharges for custom items.

Any Inscription – $15

One per piece with a maximum of 3 words.

JSA Witness – $8

A JSA representative will be present at the signing to personally sticker your item and provide a JSA Witnessed COA.

Read Before Checkout:

  1. Your item must arrive at the location below by June 2nd.
  2. Items shipping from a third-party vendor are not accepted (i.e. ScoreHere, Amazon).
  3. Return shipping is included at checkout:

Large pieces are $9 per piece minus two dollars for each additional piece.

Small pieces are $5 for the first piece and each charge per additional piece decreases.

You may include your own return shipping label and we will refund your shipping charges.

Ship To:

RSA Signings–Price

207 River Hills Drive, Ste 107

Nashville, TN 37210