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    Do players sign "knockoff" jerseys?

    I recently purchased a Dirk Nowitzki knockoff that I wish to send ttm. I know that the authentic route is the way to go, but I just can't afford spending over $100 for a jersey when I can get one that looks good enough in my collection for $20. I have seen that Dirk sogned other people's jerseys ttm, but I'm not sure if those were authentic or fake. So I was wondering if players don't sign knockoffs, or is there a rule that doesn't allow them to sign them, or if they will sign knockoffs? Any feedback is appreciated.
    2012 Topps Series 1&2 Ip/ttm auto set: 67/660=10.2%
    Ship to USA ONLY. I don't have paypal.

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    I can't imagine any players would not sign a knockoff jersey. I think this is the same as players signing non-authentic MLB balls, or replica jerseys. I go to a lot of in-person signings, and people are constantly getting jerseys, both authentic and replica's signed, and I have never seen a player turn it away.
    Working on autographed 1987 Topps Baseball set:
    Total Cards in Set:792/Total Autographable: 760 (6 Checklists, 26 Team Leaders)
    Total Autographed:528!
    Currently Sent (Outstanding):107
    Percent Complete:69.47

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    Thanks for the response! Definitely makes me feel better about sending
    2012 Topps Series 1&2 Ip/ttm auto set: 67/660=10.2%
    Ship to USA ONLY. I don't have paypal.

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