A member of the famous "Run TMC", Mitch Richmond was player who was known as a great competitor and it showed while he played in Golden State Warriors alongside Tim Hardaway and Hall of Famer Chris Mullin. Richmond dazzled in his rookie year where he earned Rookie of the Year honors. Richmond was traded to Sacramento where he became known as the team's first real star since moving to Sacramento. Richmond was scoring machine averaging over 21 points a game and earning MVP honors at the All-Star Game in Phoenix in 1995. During his prime, Mitch Richmond was selected to the U.S. Olympic team, also known as "Dream Team III" and won a gold medal and was recognized as one of the best pure shooters in the NBA. After a stint with the Washington Wizards, Richmond signed as a free agent with the Los Angeles Lakers where he finally earned an NBA championship.