Alonzo Mourning Signed Hornets 16x20 Photo Inscribed "1993 Playoff Game Winner!" LE 50 (UDA COA)

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Alonzo Mourning Signed Hornets 16x20 Photo Inscribed  1993 Playoff Game Winner!  LE 50 (UDA COA)

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Auction Date:2018 Dec 12 @ 19:00 (UTC-7 : PDT/MST)
Location:2320 W Peoria Ave Suite B142, Phoenix, Arizona, 85029, United States
Alonzo Mourning had dozens of outstanding memories throughout his 15-year career, including being named to seven All-Star Games, two All-NBA teams and two stints as the NBA Defensive Player of the Year. Although the highest team moment was most likely winning an NBA Finals championship in 2006 with the Miami Heat, arguably his top individual moment came in the 1993 playoffs. In Game 4 of the first-round series against the Celtics with the Hornets up 2-1 in the series, Mourning hit a 20-foot jump shot at the buzzer that gave Charlotte a 104-103 win and a subsequent series victory. The Hornets came up short in the next series against the Knicks but Mourning was a monster in the two series, averaging 23.8 points, 9.9 rebounds and 3.4 blocks per game. In this emotional image, Zo thrusts his hands toward the Charlotte Coliseum ceiling as teammates Del Curry (No. 30), Kendall Gill (13) and Kenny Gattison (44) rush the court to mob him. Dejected Celtics Xavier McDaniel and Robert Parish look on in disbelief. Mourning has signed and inscribed "1993 Playoff Game Winner" on this limited edition (50) 1993 Playoff Game Winner 16" x 20" image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process. "I firmly believe that any man's finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle, victorious." Vince Lombardi