LeBron James Dwyane Wade Signed LE Official NBA Game Ball (UDA COA)

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LeBron James  Dwyane Wade Signed LE Official NBA Game Ball (UDA COA)

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Auction Date:2018 Dec 27 @ 20:00 (UTC-7 : PDT/MST)
Location:2320 W Peoria Ave Suite B142, Phoenix, Arizona, 85029, United States
Official Spalding NBA game basketball. The ball is hand-signed in black felt tip pen by LeBron James (Cavaliers) and Dwyane Wade (Heat). The piece is limited edition and hand-numbered #6/136.

After entering the league as the fifth pick in the 2003 NBA draft, Dwyane Wade was named to the All-Rookie team and the All-Star team the following eleven seasons. In his third season, Wade led the Miami Heat to their first NBA championship in franchise history. He was named the 2006 NBA Finals MVP as the Heat won the series 4-2 over the Dallas Mavericks. At the 2008 Summer Olympics, Wade led the United States men's basketball team, commonly known as the "Redeem Team", in scoring, and helped them capture gold medal honors in Beijing, China. In the 2008–09 season, Wade led the league in scoring and earned his first NBA scoring title.

Whenever LeBron James has the ball in his hands, an exciting result awaits. Young basketball players are taught to make themselves a triple threat with the ball — that is having the ability to drive, shoot or pass. King James is the perfect example of this at the highest level. When he passes, he has plenty of talented options among his Cavaliers teammates. But when he drives or shoots, greatness tends to occur. He has always been one of the NBA’s best finishers around the rim thanks to his combination of strength and creativity. Thousands of hours spent shooting in the gym have also helped James develop into a consistent long-range shooter. He’s annually among the league leaders in rebounding for small forwards. In short, he’s comfortable at any spot on the court but truly makes his home around the rim.