Dean Smith Autograph

Dean Edwards Smith (February 28, 1931 – February 7, 2015) was an American men's college basketball head coach. Called a "coaching legend" by the Basketball Hall of Fame, he coached for 36 years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Smith coached from 1961 to 1997 and retired with 879 victories, which was the NCAA Division I men's basketball record at that time.[a] Smith had the 9th highest winning percentage of any men's college basketball coach (77.6%).& More about Dean Smith

The most expensive item with a signature of Dean Smith (Michael Jordan Autographed Basketball 1983-84 UNC Tarheels Dean Smith JSA LOA) was sold on eBay in March 2016 for $2938.00 while the cheapest item (Dean Smith Signed 8x10 Photo 1952 Olympic Gold Medal University of Texas Stunts) found a new owner for $0.99 in September 2017. The month with the most items sold (25) was February 2015 with an average selling price of $17.00 for an autographed item of Dean Smith. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2017 with $800.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $9.99 was October 2009. In average, an autographed item from Dean Smith is worth $66.54.

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Current items with a signature of Dean Smith

These are the most current items with a signature of Dean Smith that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

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Dean Smith Signed - Autographed 3x5 Index Card with personalization to Eileen - North Carolina Tar Heels Legendary Coach$90.99
Dean Smith Signed - Autographed 3x5 Index Card with personalization to Lynda - North Carolina Tar Heels Legendary Coach$90.99
DEAN SMITH TARHEELS,HOF JSA/COA SIGNED BASKETBALL $200.00

Traded items with a signature of Dean Smith

In total, we tracked 577 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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DEAN SMITH CAROLINA TAR HEELS SIGNED 11X14 PHOTO COAGAI$22.00
UNC TARHEELS DEAN SMITH SIGNED PHOTO W/COA $9.99
UNC TARHEELS DEAN SMITH SIGNED PHOTO W/COA $9.99
UNC TARHEELS DEAN SMITH SIGNED PHOTO W/COA $9.99
UNC TARHEELS DEAN SMITH SIGNED PHOTO W/COA $9.99

Latest News about Dean Smith

Dean Smith ensures all will have seat at table (04/01/15): The arc of a life rises, then slopes, then falls, because time is the curvature that ensures nothing is forever. And then there is the exception: the flat line that extends beyond sight, in perpetuity, faithful to its path and resolute in its straight purpose. Dean Smith is the line that flattens the arc.

Dean Smith’s Legacy Reaches Central Iowa (03/27/15): BOONE, Iowa – Steve Krafcisin played one season at North Carolina before transferring closer to home at Iowa. The emotions of opening a letter from the late, Dean Smith showed just how much that one year meant to him. “It’s still letting those flood of memories come then you don’t think there’s going to be that many *new memories from North Carolina experience,” says Krafcisin. The letter is one ...

Dean Smith's Generosity Got Lots of Press. His Estate Plan Deserves Some Too (03/27/15): The fact that late North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith left $200 each to about 180 players he'd coached over the years is all over the press. Revocable trusts are an increasingly popular estate-planning tool used, in part, to keep estate details private.

Dean Smith put players in his will (03/27/15): Dean Smith is still giving to his University of North Carolina players — even after his death. Tim Breedlove, the Charlotte-based trustee of... Read more ...

Dean Smith Dinner Bequest Is One of His ‘Lessons' to Team (03/26/15): Eric Montross, who played for Smith at North Carolina from 1990-94 and went on to a eight-season National Basketball Association career with six teams, said it was a typical move for his former coach. Montross said Smith’s check awaits his return home from Los Angeles, where the former Tar Heels center was working as a broadcaster during North Carolina’s loss Thursday night in the National ...

Older News Stories about Dean Smith

Dean Smith’s Legacy Reaches Central Iowa (03/2015): BOONE, Iowa – Steve Krafcisin played one season at North Carolina before transferring closer to home at Iowa. The emotions of opening a letter from the late, Dean Smith showed just how much that one year meant to him. “It’s still letting those flood of memories come then you don’t think there’s going to be that many *new memories from North Carolina experience,” says Krafcisin. The letter is one ...

Buy SI's special Dean Smith commemorative issue (02/2015): We reserve the right to limit single issue quantities; they are available while supplies last. Actual cover may include UPC or address box.

Walsall off to Wembley as Dean Smith's side book their place at England HQ for the first time in their 127-year history (01/2015): Walsall will play at Wembley for the first time in their history after reaching the Johnstone's Paints Trophy final after a 0-0 draw sealed a 2-0 aggregate win over Preston.

Dean Smith: Walsall seeing the best of Cook (12/2014): Cook’s brace included a ‘goal of the season’ contender – a stunning half-volley from the edge of the box. And Smith believes the former Sunderland man is ready to fire on all cylinders after missing the first two months of the season with a broken ankle.

Dean Smith elected Coffee Commission chairman (11/2014): Dean Smith, who represents District 1 on the Coffee County Commission board, was unanimously elected chairman of the seven-member board during the meeting Nov. 10.

Dean Smith disappointed by Walsall defeat (10/2014): The Saddlers boss thought there was too much “huff and puff” from his side and felt certain players were being carried for long period of the game at Boundary Park.

Next Spaniard out to impress Dean Smith (07/2014): Cook, who signed a two-year deal with the Saddlers earlier this month, injured his ankle in Saturday’s friendly defeat at Torquay. The 24-year-old had been due to undergo a scan yesterday to determine the extent of the problem.

Dean Smith targets extra firepower for Walsall (06/2014): Bradshaw yesterday became the first new face on the Saddlers forward line this summer when he penned a two-year deal at the Banks’s Stadium.

Walsall boss Dean Smith targets a new goalkeeper to challenge Richard O'Donnell (05/2014): The Saddlers boss is in the market for a new keeper after opting to release last season’s back-ups Shane Lewis and Liam Roberts.

Dean Smith: Walsall were not good enough to beat Stevenage (04/2014): The Saddlers slumped to a 3-2 defeat against the already relegated hosts and have now picked up just 13 points from their last 17 games. “We had a chat about how for two-thirds of the season we were a top six team and for the last third, for whatever reason, we haven’t been,” said Smith.

Dean Smith issues challenge to Walsall's back-up strikers (03/2014): Westcarr is facing three games out after being dismissed for head butting Shrewsbury’s Sam Foley during Saturday’s game at the Banks’s. The 29-year-old had earlier scored his 15th goal of the season to set the Saddlers on the way to a 1-0 win, which moved them within two points of the top six.

Mal Benning impressing Walsall FC boss Dean Smith (02/2014): The 20-year-old has impressed while standing in for injury-hit Andy Taylor at left-back in recent weeks. Taylor is now back in training after recovering from a knee injury but Smith admitted the performances of Benning means he is not guaranteed an automatic return to the starting line-up.

Dean Smith: Walsall FC win was 'one of the best ever' (01/2014): Febian Brandy bagged a hat-trick as the Saddlers dismantled the Magpies 5-1 to underline their promotion credentials on Saturday. The Saddlers beat Bristol Rovers 6-1 and Hartlepool 5-2 three years ago under Smith and he insisted their Meadow Lane stroll ranks as highly.

Dean Smith Looks Ahead To Tomorrow (12/2013): “Unfortunately Greg Abbott lost his job, which is disappointing because I have a lot of time for him but Graham Kavanagh has taken over the helm there and done really well. Not unexpected because he has got a passion and a knowledge for the game that is unquestionable.

Dean Smith salutes Walsall defenders (11/2013): The Saddlers will be looking for their third straight home win and continue a proud record against their Staffordshire rivals, who have failed to beat them at home in a league fixture since 1947. While Smith’s side have received plaudits for their attractive style of play, they also have League One’s second-best defensive record.

Defeat no damage to Walsall FC morale says Dean Smith (10/2013): The Saddlers went into the game in the play-off places and hoping to record their third League One win in a row. Instead it was the Sky Blues who left the Banks’s victorious thanks to Franck Moussa’s 54th-minute goal.

Dean Smith: Will Grigg fee vital to Saddlers future (09/2013): The Saddlers will receive £325,000 in compensation from Brentford after the striker’s summer switch to the Bees, but it could rise to more than half a million with add-ons.

Walsall FC boss Dean Smith praises his cup battlers (08/2013): A Kenwyne Jones hat-trick condemned the Saddlers to a 3-1 defeat in the second round tie but Smith’s men emerged with credit after a battling display against a strong Potters side.

Ronald Dean Smith, 76 (07/2013): Ronald Dean Smith, 76 years old, Hayden resident, passed away June 26, 2013, at the Hospice House with his family by his side.

Walsall boss Dean Smith eyes Sam Johnstone return (06/2013): The 20-year-old impressed in the last seven games of the season at the Banks’s and Saddlers boss Dean Smith is reportedly looking at a season-long loan.

TEXAS READS: Stuntman, Olympic sprinter Dean Smith tells his story (05/2013): Dean Smith, who grew up between Breckenridge and Graham and ranches there today, was a Hollywood stuntman and actor who worked with some of the biggest names in the movie business.

Dean Smith reflects on 37 years in the military (04/2013): At age 60, the assistant manager of Yampa Valley Regional Airport glows when he talks about the service to his country that started at the advice of a judge when he was 17.

‘Cowboy Stuntman’ Dean Smith Writes a Memoir (03/2013): The Texas-born stuntman Dean Smith has retired to Stephens County, but his new book, “Cowboy Stuntman: From Olympic Gold to the Silver Screen,” may bring him out of hiding.

Dean Smith is named Manager of the Month (02/2013): The Banks’s Stadium chief claimed the gong after four wins from five games last month propelled the Saddlers to ninth. Smith beat Swindon’s Paolo Di Canio and Yeovil boss Gary Johnson to the award and is the first Walsall manager to win it since Richard Money in November 2006.

NC State Student Writes 'A Prayer For Dean Smith' (01/2013): Even at a time where competitive spirits are at their highest, a local college student proved its possible to truly respect your opponent.

Dean Smith is backing Will Grigg to kick on (12/2012): Walsall FC boss Dean Smith today backed Will Grigg to hit the goal trail and insisted the striker is improving all the time. The Northern Ireland international has hit seven goals this term after his Boxing Day brace in the 4-2 win at MK Dons.

Obituary for Walsall's 2012/13 season - is it time for Dean Smith to go? (11/2012): It is with great sadness I have to announce the passing late last night of Walsall FC’s 2012/13 season, writes Saddlers blogger Mark Jones.

Walsall FC News: Dean Smith: Saddlers will be a “force to be reckoned with” (10/2012): Walsall boss sees a bright future for Walsall

Dean Smith: Saddlers are no soft touches (09/2012): The Saddlers boss reckons his men have already proved their credentials after a promising start to the season downed some of the division’s big hitters.

Dean Smith backing his troops to fire (08/2012): Boss Dean Smith today insisted he will ignore the Walsall sceptics as he backed his side to hit back at Oldham tonight following their opening-day defeat.

Dean Smith, Marisa Wayne guests at 2012 John Wayne Film Festival (07/2012): Second annual festival in Snyder on Labor Day weekend

Dean Smith ‘can finally end Walsall FC’s struggles’ (06/2012): Walsall star Adam Chambers today insisted boss Dean Smith can finally end the Saddlers’ struggles next season.

Catching up With Big Country Hall of Famer Dean Smith (05/2012): The Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame grew by 10 on Monday as the newest members were recognized at the Abilene Civic Center.

Field hockey star, men’s basketball player win University of Maine’s Dean Smith Awards (02/2012): Posted Feb. 06, 2012, at 8:08 p.m. Kelly Newton and the University of Maine field hockey team were in Boston for a weekend game. Newton’s parents had traveled across the continent, from their home in Vancouver, British Columbia, to see her.

Dean Smith, Andy Malone Amongst Big Country Hall of Fame Inductees (01/2012): Olympic gold medalist Dean Smith from Graham and former Abilene Cooper baseball coach Andy Malone, who led the Cougars to back-to-back state championships in 1987 and 1988, head a list of nine new inductees into the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame.

Selig on MLB’s investigation of the Dodgers: “nobody is using the Dean Smith four-corner offense” (05/2011): That was Bud Selig’s response to questions about MLB’s look into the Dodgers’ finances after the Owners’ Meetings adjourned today. The message: while Frank McCourt says we’re simply trying to run out the clock as he gets closer and closer to failing to make payroll at the end of the month, that’s simply not true.…