This NBA Hall of Famer and Spokane native didn’t say much when he was out on the court with the Utah Jazz, setting NBA career records for both assists and steals. He didn’t talk to reporters all that often, and even now, back living in Spokane, he keeps a low profile. But this fall, Stockton releases his autobiography, appropriately titled Assisted, and finally opens up and tells the story of a life that began in Spokane’s Logan neighborhood and took him through Gonzaga and into the annals of basketball history. At this event, he’ll be on hand to sign his book just a few weeks after its release. If you ever wondered what was going through Stockton’s mind when he was slinging half-court passes to Karl Malone all of those years, here’s your chance to learn. Speaking of Malone, he penned the book’s foreword.
From Auntie's Bookstore:
Requirements and restrictions for the signing are as follows:
- Stockton will autograph one piece of memorabilia (anything except trading cards) per customer.
- He will not pose for photos but customers will be allowed to take pictures while moving through the line.
- Copies of "Assisted" must be purchased at Auntie’s starting at 12 pm and must be accompanied by a receipt the day of the event.