With the handle of a point guard and the scoring ability and mindset of a shooting guard, Allen Iverson was the perfect package. With the ball in his hands, he could break down any defense designed to stop him, whether that meant lighting up the scoreboard himself or finding an open teammate for an easy conversion. He averaged more than 22 points per game in each of the first 12 years of his career. He led the league in scoring (26.8 ppg) in his third season in 1998-99, and that would be the last All-Star Game that didn't feature Iverson for the following 11 years. The 2001 NBA MVP still sits seventh on the all-time scoring list with 26.7 ppg. Iverson has autographed this Spalding indoor/outdoor basketball in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.