KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR - EPHEMERA SIGNED - HFSID 297344
Sale Price $935.00
The Hall of Famer signs a pair Los Angeles Lakers Basketball shorts in black felt tip.
Ephemera signed: "Abdul Jabbar" in black felt tip, signed above the purple "Lakers" symbol. Yellow, purple, and white Los Angeles Lakers Basketball shorts. Playing for the UCLA Bruins under John Wooden, Lew Alcindor won three consecutive NCAA titles from 1967-1969, leading the Bruins to a 88-2 record over those seasons. He was also named the NCAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Player those three years, the first and only player to do that. His collegiate success and reputation as perhaps the best college player of all-time, translated into his #1 selection in the 1969 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks. He left UCLA as its all-time leading scorer with 2,325 points. In his stellar NBA career (1969-1989), Kareem Abdul Jabaar was League MVP 6 times, and led six teams to the NBA Championship, one with Milwaukee and five with the L.A. Lakers, his team from 1975 onward. Jabbar's "sky hook" was an almost unstoppable shot. Alcindor took the Muslim name Kareem Abdul Jabbar after the 1971 season. Fine condition.
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