LeBron James has been often compared to many current and former Hall of Fame NBA players, but the best comparison may just be to Earvin “Magic” Johnson. Magic Johnson was the first pick in the 1979 NBA Draft as a 6’9” point guard. He could play all five positions, while also being able to guard all five positions on the court. In fact, Magic Johnson won NBA Finals MVP while playing point guard and the center position. Johnson was a 5x NBA Champion, 3x Finals MVP, 3X NBA MVP, 12x All Star, 2x All Star MVP, and 9x All NBA 1st team selection. LeBron James was the first pick in the 2003 NBA Draft while standing one inch shorter at 6’8”. LeBron has a very similar skill set. He is more athletic than Magic was, but the small forward can also guard all five positions on the floor. While LeBron James continues to expand his resume – he is currently a 2x NBA Champion, 2x Finals MVP, 4x NBA MVP, 11x All Star, 2x All Star MVP, and 8x All NBA 1st team selection. Both athletes have signed this dual autographed, limited edition (50), authentic Spalding basketball in silver paint pen. Their signatures are deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five Step Process.