21. Wesley Person
Wesley Person would play five of his ten seasons in the NBA with the Cleveland Cavilers, where he would be his most productive.  Person’s first season (1997/98) with Cleveland would see him jack up the most threes, and lead the NBA in Three-Point Field Goals made or attempted.  It was one of the best years of his career, with career highs in VORP (5.2) and he averaged 13.7 Points per Game, but he regressed the year after and would lose his starting Shooting Guard the year after but would rebound in 2001/02 (his last season in Cleveland) with a PPG of 15.1.  Overall, he averaged 12.0. Points per Game with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Bullet Points

  • Position: Shooting Guard
  • Acquired: Traded from the Phoenix Suns with Tony Dumas as part of a three-team trade. Cleveland traded a 2005 1st Round Pick (which would be Sean May) to Phoenix. The Denver Nuggets sent Antonio McDyess to Phoenix. Phoenix traded a 1998 1st Round Pick, and a 1999 1st Round Pick and a 2000 2nd Round Pick, a 2001 1st Round Pick and a 2002 2nd Round Pick (which would be Tyronn Lue, James Posey, Dan McClintock, Joseph Forte, and Rod Grizzard respectively) 10/1/97.
  • Departed:

    Traded to the Memphis Grizzlies for Nick Anderson and Matt Barnes 6/26/02.

  • Games Played: 328
  • Per Game Averages: 31.5 MP, .544 eFG%, .767 FT%, 12.0 PTS, 3.6 RB, 2.0 AST, 0.9 STL, 0.4 BLK
  • Advanced Stats: 14.4 PER, .563 TS%, 9.8 VORP, 24.8 WS
  • Major Accolades and Awards:

    Most Three-Point Field Goals (1997-98)

    Most Three-Point Field Goal Attempts (1997-98)
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