While he did much of his damage in the paint on both ends of the court, Larry Johnson was also one of the top shooting power forwards in the league throughout the 1990s. He could line up from long distance, but he was nearly impossible to stop when he posted up and turned a 180 for a fadeaway jumper. With his athleticism, long reach and marksmanship, he was as consistent a fadeaway shooter as anyone in the league. In this image, LJ is seen shooting that patented fadeaway against some of the top defenders of his time, including Celtics Hall of Fame center Robert Parish. Johnson has autographed this Fadeaway 16" x 24" designed collage in vibrant blue paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.