Philadelphia fans still hold the 1983 Finals team in their hearts with the thrilling ride that squad gave to the City of Brotherly Love. So when Allen Iverson led the Sixers back to the NBA Finals in 2001, it marked a return to glory for the first time in nearly 20 years. Unfortunately for the regular season MVP, Iverson ran into one of the top duos in NBA history in Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal as the Lakers captured the championship. In the Sixers lone win in the series, Iverson poured in 48 points and added six assists in a 107-101 win in Game 1. Iverson brought a street edge to his game and remains true to his roots to this day. Designed by digital artist Tyson Beck, this piece is printed on canvas and stretched around a wood frame so it comes ready to display. Iverson's autograph is subtle but strong in the bottom left corner of this art piece. His signature in black paint pen is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.