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 young Iverson driving to the basket and finishing a reverse 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.