18. Tyrone Hill
Arguably the best run of the career of Tyrone Hill was the four years he played in Cleveland.  The big man alternated at Power Forward and Center and in the 1994/95 season, he would be chosen for what would be his only All-Star Game.  That year, he would average 13.8 Points and 10.9 Rebounds per Game, the latter seeing him finish fifth overall in the National Basketball Association.  Two seasons later, in what would be his last in a Cavaliers uniform, he would finish tenth in Rebounds per Game with a 9.9 average.  Hill would overall post 10.8 Points and 9.2 Rebounds per Game as a Cleveland Cavalier.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Center, Power Forward
  • Acquired: Traded from the Golden State Warriors for a 1990 1st Round Pick (which would be Clifford Rozier at 11th Overall) 7/15/93.
  • Departed: Traded to the Milwaukee Bucks with Terrell Brandon and a 1998 1st Round Pick (which would be Pat Garrity) as part of a three-time trade.  Milwaukee traded Sherman Douglas to Cleveland.  Milwaukee sent Vin Baker to the Seattle SuperSonics.  Seattle sent Shawn Kemp to Cleveland 9/25/97.
  • Games Played: 303
  • Per Game Averages: 29.8 MP, .521 eFG%, .650 FT%, 10.8 PTS, 9.2 RB, 0.9 AST, 0.8 STL, 0.5 BLK
  • Advanced Stats: 15.9 PER, .565 TS%, 3.0 VORP, 25.7 WS
  • Major Accolades and Awards: All-Star (1995)
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