Kemba Walker made sure the first game in the new Charlotte Hornets history was one for the ages. Newly branded after 10 seasons as the Bobcats (and two years in New Orleans before that), the new/original Hornets were looking for a spark in their 2014-15 debut. The 6-foot-1 point guard not only provided a spark, he brought fireworks to the home crowd at Time Warner Cable Arena. With the game knotted at 106 in overtime, Walker drove to his left near the top of the key and stepped back on Bucks guard Brandon Knight before he rose for a 21-foot jumper that went in and sent the home crowd into a frenzy with a 108-106 victory. It was the icing on a 24-point third-quarter comeback, the largest in Charlotte's NBA history. Walker scored 26 points in the win. His dramatic shot came on top of the 26-footer he hit with 1.6 seconds left to send the game into OT. Walker has signed and inscribed "Game Winning Shot 10/29/14" on this limited edition (30) Opening Night Game Winner 16" x 20" image in blue paint pen. His signature and inscription are deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.