Gene Shue Autograph

Gene Shue is a former basketball player and coach born on December 18, 1931, from Baltimore, Maryland. He was a point guard in college, playing for the University of Maryland, where he led the Terrapins to their first-ever appearance in the NCAA tournament. After college, he played professionally for the Philadelphia Warriors and the New York Knicks before retiring in 1964. More about Gene Shue

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Current items with a signature of Gene Shue

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1957 Topps #26 Gene Shue Signed Rookie RC PSA/DNA Auto Autograph Pistons HOF?$499.00logo
thumbnail1957 Topps Basketball #26 Gene Shue RC Detroit Pistons Signed Card SGC Authentic$399.99logo
thumbnail1957 Topps Basketball Gene Shue Signed Rookie Auto PSA Authentic 10 (d. 2022)$700.00logo
thumbnail1961-62 Fleer Gene Shue signed basketball card 1961 Auto RARE$99.99logo
thumbnailGENE SHUE Signed 3x5 Index Card AUTO $10.00logo
After his playing career, Shue went on to be a successful coach in the NBA. He began his coaching career in 1966 with the Baltimore Bullets, leading them to the playoffs in four of his six seasons. He then moved on to coach the Philadelphia 76ers, where he led the team to the NBA Finals in 1977, but they ultimately lost to the Portland Trail Blazers. Shue also coached for the San Diego/Los Angeles Clippers, the Washington Bullets, and the Sacramento Kings throughout his career.

Shue's coaching career lasted from 1966 to 2003, with a career record of 784-861. He was known as a defensive-minded coach and was innovative in his use of the zone defense. He also coached several Hall of Famers, including Julius Erving, Charles Barkley, and Moses Malone. Shue's contribution to the game of basketball was significant, and his legacy will forever remain in the NBA. Read even more about Gene Shue at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Gene Shue

In total, we tracked 46 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Gene Shue (Gene Shue 1961 Fleer In Action Signature Signed Autograph PSA/DNA 6 AUTO 10 POP2) was sold in March 2023 for $395.95 while the cheapest item (Gene Shue is a retired American professional basketball player Hand Signed FDC) found a new owner for $0.99 in December 2017. The month with the most items sold (3) was July 2019 with an average selling price of $23.50 for an autographed item of Gene Shue. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2023 with $395.95 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was April 2008. In average, an autographed item from Gene Shue is worth $22.50.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Gene Shue were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1950s-1960’s J.D. McCarthy Postcard Gene Shue Detroit Pistons Signed AUTO$49.99logo
thumbnail1957 Topps #26 Gene Shue Rookie Signed Autographed Auto Card Pistons PSA/DNA *64$100.00logo
thumbnail2006-07 Upper Deck Chronology Coaches Box Autograph Auto Gene Shue 28/50$28.59logo
thumbnailGene Shue 1961 Fleer #64 Autographed Detroit PIstons Card NBA '60s AUTO BGS $129.00logo
thumbnailGene Shue 1961 Fleer In Action Signature Signed Autograph PSA/DNA 6 AUTO 10 POP2$395.95logo
thumbnailGENE SHUE Signed 1957 Topps Rookie Card #26 AUTO PSA/DNA Authentic PSA 5 (MC)$95.00logo
thumbnailGene Shue Signed 1957-58 Topps Basketball #26 RC Rookie AUTO BGS BAS LOW POP$107.50logo
thumbnailGENE SHUE signed auto Beckett authenticated/slab1961 Fleer Detroit Pistons$105.00logo

Latest News about Gene Shue

Longtime Bullets coach, former All-Star Gene Shue dies at 90 (04/05/22): Gene Shue was named the NBA's Coach of the Year twice before he retired in 1989. Go to news article

Former Washington Bullets coach Gene Shue dies at 90 (04/05/22): Gene Shue recorded the most victories in franchise history.

Gene Shue, NBA All-Star and two-time coach of the year, dies at 90 (04/05/22): Gene Shue, a two-time coach of the year whose NBA playing and coaching career spanned four decades, died Monday at age 90. Go to news article

Gene Shue, All-Star and Longtime N.B.A. Coach, Dies at 90 (04/04/22): He had a seven-decade pro career, starting as a guard with the Pistons before coaching for 22 years, leading the Bullets and the 76ers to the finals. Go to news article