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The Autograph Card

This is a transparent card, Form Upper Deck Trilogy 2005-06 (SOLD). I have another card like this, it's Andrei Kirilenko Upper Deck Trilogy 2006 Autograph Card. I didn't forget that i had promised you about posting Andrei Kirilenko Autograph Cards. But until i get his Exquisite AU cards, i won't post his article.

The Player's History

Benjamin Gordon. Position: Guard Height: 6-3 Weight: 200 lbs. Born: April 4, 1983 in London, United Kingdom. High School: Mount Vernon in Mount Vernon, New York. College: University of Connecticut, drafted by the Chicago Bulls in the 1st round (3rd pick, 3rd overall) of the 2004 NBA draft. Ben Gordon is considering playing for the GB/UK national team at London 2012.

NBA Scouting Reports, Central Division (Part One) April 24, 2008: Ben Gordon is An undersized shooting guard who has had little trouble transitioning to the NBA game. Lacks ideal height for an NBA wing, but has tremendous quickness and leaping ability. Built like a running back. Can really heat up from the perimeter. One of the most dangerous bench players the League has to offer. Pretty good defender when he wants to be. Had a great career at UCONN. Won an NCAA Championship as a junior in 2004. Won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award as a rookie, a testament to his college career and ability to score off the bench. His unique physical attributes make him one of the League’s most unique scorers, and he will see a substantial raise in free agency during the 2008 offseason. Work ethic is reportedly incredible, but doesn’t have great leadership skills.

CHICAGO - October 02, 2008: Chicago guard Ben Gordon accepted the Bulls' one-year, $6.4 million tender offer just before the deadline Wednesday night. A restricted free agent, Gordon was looking for a long-term deal that never materialized. He led the Bulls in scoring last season with an 18.6 average. "He's very happy to be able to go back and play basketball," agent Raymond Brothers said. "He looks forward to talking to the Bulls next summer about an extension."