Brad Davis, G
When Brad Davis signed with the Dallas Mavericks on March 27, 1981, the fans of the Mavs knew they were getting a high character player with a quality moustache.
A consistant player, Davis averaged more than ten points a game and helped the Mavs reach the playoffs seemingly year after year.
Teammate Derek Harper once called him the hardest working player in the NBA.
Davis, a giant baseball fan, even tried out for the Pittsburgh Pirates but they already had a hall of fame center fielder.
Davis became the first Maverick to have his jersey retired by the franchise. #15 Now hangs in the American Airlines Center.