Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024

by Last updated Mar 12, 2024Baron Rings, Hall of Fame


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Wall of Honor Celebration at Halftime – Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 – Chuck Broski, Terrell Brandon, Mike Mitchell, and Jim Chones – were honored at halftime of the Cavs game on Sunday night, receiving their commemorative rings. YouTube

“This year’s event is a commemoration for the remarkable individuals who have shaped our ongoing journey.”

–  Campy Russell, Director of Alumni Engagement and Cavs Legend

The Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 Enshrinement Ceremony took place onMarch 10, 2024. The inductees include Terrell Brandon, Chuck Broski, Jim Chones and Mike Mitchell. View the Class Introduction below.

Cleveland Cavaliers ceremony 2024

March 12, 2024 Baron® extends heartfelt appreciation for the privilege of crafting the commemorative pieces for the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024.

Cleveland Cavaliers announced Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 Inductees. Alumni of the Cavaliers who have made an enduring impact on the franchise throughout its history.

The Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 inductees were announced on February 19, 2024. The 4 inductees include Terrell Brandon, Chuck Broski, Jim Chones and Mike Mitchell.

The Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 ceremony, took place on March 10, at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, when the Cavs host the Brooklyn Nets at 7:00 p.m.

During halftime, the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 inductees were introduced, and they received the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Rings.

This Cleveland Cavaliers recognition ring symbolizes their distinguished status—an iconic moment that adds to the significance of their induction.

“The Wall of Honor stands as an enduring testament, immortalizing these four extraordinary individuals for their profound impact on Cleveland Cavaliers basketball,” said Koby Altman, Cavaliers President of Basketball Operations.

Altman contiued.

“Jim, Terrell and Mike each personified excellence across different eras in our organization’s rich sports history, with undeniable contributions both on and off the court, while Chuck has been a cornerstone of this franchise since its inception, documenting all the great on-court accomplishments of our players. Their legacies will continue to shine brightly in the hearts of Cavaliers faithful, forever woven into the fabric of our proud tradition.”

Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Ring Details

Designed to reflect the special significance of the tribute wall, the unique rings will be re-introduced for the first time since the 2022 induction and presented to the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024.

The 10K yellow gold ring has an inset of 23 diamonds and is personalized to reflect the distinctive careers of the inductee — the player’s jersey number or number of years dedicated to the Cavs is showcased with their name engraved along the band.

Previous inductees include Wayne Embry, Bill Fitch, John Johnson, Nick Mileti, and John “Hot Rod” Williams inducted as members of the 2019 class. World B. Free, Gordon Gund, Campy Russell and Lenny Wilkins were inducted in 2022.

Who were the inductees for the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024?

The Class of 2024 inductees for the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor included Terrell Brandon, Chuck Broski, Jim Chones, and Mike Mitchell. These remarkable individuals were celebrated for their significant contributions to the Cavaliers franchise, both on and off the court.

What are the key features of the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Rings presented to the Class of 2024 inductees?

The Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Rings for the Class of 2024 are crafted from 10K yellow gold and feature an inset of 23 diamonds. These unique rings are personalized to reflect the distinctive careers of each inductee, showcasing their jersey number or the number of years dedicated to the Cavs. The inductees’ names are engraved along the band, making these rings a symbolic and personalized representation of their esteemed status within the Cavaliers Wall of Honor.

Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024

Terrell Brandon

#1 | 1991-1997

Chosen as the 11th overall pick in the 1991 NBA Draft, Terrell Brandon, also known as “#1,” embarked on a professional career spanning three cities:

  • Cleveland
  • Milwaukee
  • Minneapolis

His standout performances occurred notably during his time as a Cavs player, earning him two NBA All-Star selections. Beyond the court, Brandon’s impact extends to noteworthy achievements.

In 1997, he clinched the NBA Sportsmanship Award for his dedicated work with children, and through his Portland-based foundation, he continues to provide a range of services to underprivileged youth in his hometown.

Chuck Broski

Stat Crew Chief | 1970-2024

Chuck Broski, known by his jersey number “54,” has been a dedicated team statistician since the inception of the Cavs.

Presently serving as the crew chief overseeing the stats crew, Broski has been an integral part of the organization since its inaugural season in 1970.

Over his impressive tenure, he has contributed his expertise to more than 2,200 Cavs home games, including the historic:

Additionally, Broski has been a valued member of the stat crew for three NBA All-Star Games held in Cleveland (1981, 1997, 2022).

Jim Chones

22 | 1974-1979

Jim Chones, recognized by his jersey number “22,” showcased his skills in 400 games across five seasons with the Cavs, boasting averages of 14.3 points and 9.5 rebounds per game.

A pivotal figure in the Miracle of Richfield team, Chones contributed significantly to Cleveland’s first-ever Eastern Conference finals appearance in his second season.

Following his stint with the Cavs, he transitioned to the Los Angeles Lakers, securing an NBA Championship in 1979.

Retiring in 1982, Chones embarked on a decade-long career as a television color analyst for the Cavs, and in 2010, he joined the Cavs’ radio broadcast team.

To this day, he continues to engage and enlighten fans with his insightful commentary and expertise.

Mike Mitchell

30 | 1978-1982

Selected as the 15th pick in the first round of the 1978 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers, Mike Mitchell, identified by his jersey number “30,” delivered nearly 20 points per game during his three and a half years with the team.

Subsequently, he concluded his playing career with the San Antonio Spurs, where he spent over six seasons.

Mitchell’s basketball prowess earned him a spot in the 1981 NBA All-Star Game at Richfield Coliseum, showcasing his proficiency in mid-range jump shots and composure in high-pressure postseason situations.

Beyond the court, Mitchell dedicated his post-playing career to serving as a counselor for at-risk youth in San Antonio. Sadly, he passed away in 2011 at the age of 55.

Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024

Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 Rings Infographic by Baron® Championship Rings:  The Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024 Enshrinement Ceremony took place on March 10, 2024. The inductees include Terrell Brandon, Chuck Broski, Jim Chones, and Mike Mitchell.

About the Cavaliers Wall of Honor program

The Cavaliers Wall of Honor program was introduced during the Cavs’ 50th season in 2019-20, serving as a permanent tribute to individuals who have played a significant and pivotal role in the history of the franchise.

Positioned prominently in the North Atrium area of the FieldHouse, the Wall of Honor showcases a mosaic of specially designed tiles for each honoree.

In the case of each inductee, two silver tiles are dedicated—one featuring their name, photo, years with the organization, and jersey number or team role, while the other highlights their name, key accomplishments, and jersey number/role. Notably, gold tiles are reserved for those who have had their jerseys retired.

Baron® Championship Rings was honoured to play a role in the celebration of the Cleveland Cavaliers Wall of Honor Class of 2024.

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