There are moments in a game that go a long way in determining a winner and a loser. Then there are moments in sports history that will never be forgotten. LeBron James has created his share of memorable moments in a brilliant career. None have perhaps made more of an impact on a team, organization and city than this one during Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals. With the Cavaliers and Warriors tied at 89 with just less two minutes to go, Golden State's Andre Iguodala attempted to finish a 2-on-1 fast break off a pass from Stephen Curry. Iguodala went in for the layup and the lead, but out of nowhere James came flying in and rejected the shot in one of the most amazing defensive plays in NBA Finals history. The Cavs went on to win the game, 93-89, to win their first-ever NBA Finals championship. James finished with a triple-double and three blocked shots, the final one of which is captured here forever. "The Show" is the largest LeBron James signature Upper Deck has ever produced. Measuring approximately two feet in length, his classic signature is the centerpiece of this unique UDA-designed piece of sports art. It comes framed and measures 46" x 20" for a grand piece that will be the highlight of wherever it hangs. It also includes a specially-designed logo highlighting Cleveland's first NBA Finals title. James' huge autograph is signed using a thick black marker. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.