The unlikely star of the NBA’s All-Star Weekend will be among more than two dozen autograph signers at the spring edition of The Philly Show.
Slam Dunk Contest champ Mac McClung, whose acrobatic moves made jaws drop in Salt Lake City last month, is scheduled to sign on Saturday, March 11, the second day of the three-day event. The cost to collectors and fans will be $49 with inscriptions available for $20 more. He’ll also do posed photo opportunities for $39 additional.
McClung joins current Sixers Tyrese Maxey, Tobias Harris, Shake Milton and Georges Niang on the guest list for the show, which is being held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA. Other autograph signers include current Eagles DeVonta Smith, Dallas Goedert, Brandon Graham, Haason Reddick, Jake Elliott, T.J. Edwards, Landon Dickerson and Boston Scott, former Eagles DeSean Jackson, Bill Bergey and Corey Clement, Baseball Hall of Famers Mike Schmidt, Johnny Bench and Steve Carlton as well as Pete Rose, Bobby Wine, Juan Samuel, Bob Boone, Ken Griffey Sr., and Bobby Shantz. Penn State stars Kaytron Allen, Abdul Carter and Big 10 Freshman of the Year Nick Singleton.
The show, one of three planned for 2023 with roots dating back to the 1970s, will feature over 150 dealers from across the country, with inventory spanning from vintage to modern, including cards, autographs and game-used items.
Well known sports artists James Fiorentino and Andy Friedman will both be appearing at the show. Fiorentino will be showing off his “Elite” Collection of original paintings.
Autographed by numerous former greats, the 22 x 30″ paintings are signed by both the athlete and Fiorentino or in the case of players from the distant past, will have cut signatures included as part of the work. Some feature two or three players.
Show hours along with the full autograph lineup and schedule is available here.
There’s a Trade Night planned for Saturday after the show.