Son of former NBA star Mark Price following father’s steps

hudson-priceThe older fans of the Cleveland Cavs team probably remember the team’s floor general – a point guard by the name of Mark Price.

Former 4-time NBA All-Star Price was drafted from Georgia Tech in the second round and played 12 seasons in the NBA.

Price played most of his NBA career for the Cleveland Cavaliers. He also played for Washington Bullets, Golden State Warriors and Orlando Magic.

He averaged double figures in scoring in 9 of his 12 seasons. Price averaged career high 19.6 ppg (in 1989-90), and career high 10.4 apg (in 1990-91).

Price led the NBA in free throw percentage 3 times, and he holds career averages of 15.2 ppg, 6.7 apg in 29.9 mpg, appearing in 722 NBA games (578 started).

His son Hudson Price has signed to play at TCU and has a lot of potential.  Will his son follow in his footsteps? It seems that may be possible.

The TCU men’s basketball team announced the signing of Florida prospect Hudson Price to a National Letter of Intent.

Price, a 6-foot-6 guard from The First Academy in Orlando, became the fourth member of the Class of 2013 scheduled to enroll this fall.

He finished his senior season averaging 18.7 points and 7.8 rebounds per game.

“Hudson is a perfect fit for our program, and he is a nice complement to the other players who have signed on to join our team for next season,” head coach Trent Johnson said in a release.

“He’s a highly skilled, versatile player with good size and strength. He has the ability to shoot from outside or attack the rim. One of his best attributes is that he’s a student of the game with high basketball intelligence.”


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