There were not only questions about his size coming out of Georgetown, but Allen Iverson was downgraded by scouts because they weren't sure if he was a point guard or shooting guard. The answer instead was: yes. Iverson was both and so much more. He captured the Rookie of the Year Award in 1996 and didn't look back, winning scoring titles, earning annual spots in the All-Star Game, winning an MVP trophy in 2001, leading the Sixers back to greatness and finally earning a well-deserved spot in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016. Upper Deck Authenticated has honored Iverson's amazing career with two "The Show" pieces. This piece features a veteran Iverson driving to the basket and dishing the ball to an open teammate for an easy layup. "The Show" is the largest Allen Iverson signature Upper Deck has produced. Measuring approximately two feet in length, his unique signature is the centerpiece of this UDA-designed piece of sports art. It comes framed and measures 46" x 20" for a museum-quality piece that will be the highlight of any wall. Iverson's huge autograph is signed using a thick black marker. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.