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  1. NEW Patrick Roy Autographed “Retirement Night” 20” x 24”

    Patrick Roy Autographed “Retirement Night” 20” x 24”

    $299.99
    This Upper Deck Authenticated collage highlights the evening when the legendary goalie, Patrick Roy, had his number retired by the Montreal Canadiens. Patrick Roy began his career as a member of the Montreal Canadiens and was the starting goalie for the championships in 1986 and 1993. Roy was selected to the NHL All-Star Team six times over his career and collected five Jennings Trophies. Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2006.... Learn More
  2. NEW Darius Garland Autographed Indoor/Outdoor Spalding Basketball

    Darius Garland Autographed Indoor/Outdoor Spalding Basketball

    $299.99
    Although he appeared in only five games in his one season at Vanderbilt due to an injury, Darius Garland showed impressive accuracy from the field as he shot 48 percent from 3-point range with an effective field goal shooting percentage of 63.9. With an impressive mix of shooting touch, quickness and ball handling, Garland can handle point guard duties, shooting guard responsibilities or a little bit of both. That’s why the Cavaliers selected... Learn More
  3. NEW Jalen Green Autographed Indoor/Outdoor Spalding Basketball

    Jalen Green Autographed Indoor/Outdoor Spalding Basketball

    $299.99
    Upper Deck Authenticated is the first company to sign Jalen Green to a memorabilia deal. Green, a potential No.1 overall pick in the 2021 draft, shook the basketball world when he announced he was skipping college and joining the G League. Green had received offers from well-known NCAA teams such as Oregon, Kentucky, Auburn, and Memphis before joining the G League. Green was born and raised in Central California. He played most of his high... Learn More
  4. NEW Jalen Green Autographed Molten Basketball

    Jalen Green Autographed Molten Basketball

    $299.99
    At age 17, Jalen Green had already won three Gold Medals with team USA. He participated in the 2019 FIBA U19 World Cup, 2018 FIBA U17 World Cup and 2017 FIBA Americas U16 Championship. Green got his first taste when team USA played Puerto Rico in the first round of the 2017 FIBA Americas, he scored 8 points in 17 minutes. USA went on to beat Canada 111-60 in the final to win gold. In 2018, he was the youngest member of the 2018 USA U17 World... Learn More
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