LeBron James Autographed “City of Angels” 20x24 Framed

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NEW LeBron James Autographed “City of Angels” 20x24 Framed

LeBron James Autographed “City of Angels” 20x24 Framed

   

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The moniker city of angels is derived from the English translation of Los Angeles, which means “The Angels.” It’s been used across all mediums of popular culture, pointing to the many unique aspects of the country’s second-most populous city. The city has a rich history that continues to thrive as one of the world’s central areas for multiculturalism. What attracted LeBron James to join the Lakers in 2018 certainly had more to do with basketball than the city’s culture. He chose to join one of the most iconic organizations in all of sports with the plan of bring more championships and a return to glory. If the NBA has learned anything in this millennium it’s that James makes grand plans and gives everything in his power to make them happen. This image is framed and matted using a black suede mat. James has autographed this framed limited edition (100) “City of Angels” 20” x 24” designed image in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.

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LeBron James Autographed “City of Angels” 20x24 Framed

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