Lebron James Autographed Road to Glory Playoffs Photo

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Miami Heat superstar power forward LeBron James has accomplished many feats in his nine-year NBA career. He has been the NBA Rookie of the Year, a 3-time NBA MVP, an 8-time NBA All Star, and a 6-time All-NBA first team member. His career statistics of 27.6 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 6.8 assists are arguably the most impressive all-around numbers in league history. During his career James had accomplished almost every accolade a player could receive except an NBA Championship and NBA Finals MVP. Having come up short in the 2007 and 2010 NBA Finals, James entered the 2011-12 season destined to alter his championship shortfalls. After defeating the New York Knicks, the Indiana Pacers, and the Boston Celtics the 2012 Miami Heat reached the NBA Finals. The Miami Heat defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games, earning them their second championship and 'King James' his first. Along with James' first championship, he also was named NBA Finals MVP.'Road to Glory' is a UDA designed 36x18 road map of LeBron's path through the NBA Finals. Each quadrant depicts multiple images from the four NBA playoff rounds. Whether its LeBron blocking Carmelo Anthony's shot, shooting over Paul George, blocking Brandon Bass at the rim, or LeBron hitting a late three pointer after injuring himself in game 4 of the finals, all these stories and more unfold in this collage of playoff images. LeBron has signed his name in silver paint pen over the center image of himself. James' signature is guaranteed authentic by virtue of the Upper Deck Authenticated's five-step authentication process.
Lebron James Autographed Road to Glory Playoffs Photo


Lebron James Autographed Road to Glory Playoffs Photo

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