THE LOS ANGELES LAKERS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JAMES A. WORTHY, KURT RAMBIS, KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR - HFSID 299538
THE LOS ANGELES LAKERS Two Hall of Famers and there Laker teammate are shown in this 16x20 photograph. Photograph signed: "James A. Worthy", "Kurt Rambis" and "Abdul Jabbar", Color 16x20.
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THE LOS ANGELES LAKERS Two Hall of Famers and there Laker teammate are shown in this 16x20 photograph. Photograph signed: "James A. Worthy", "Kurt Rambis" and "Abdul Jabbar", Color 16x20. Accompanied by three candid 6x4 photographs showing each signer adding his name to the photograph. 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. 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. Alcindor took the Muslim name Kareem Abdul Jabbar after the 1971 season. Jabbar's "sky hook" was an almost unstoppable shot. As a college senior, JAMES WORTHY was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year and Final Four MVP as he led the North Carolina Tarheels to the NCAA Championship. Worthy played his entire NBA career with the Los Angeles Lakers (1982-1994), during which time the Lakers made the championship finals 7 times in 9 years and were NBA Champs in 1985, 1987 and 1988. A power forward, Worthy was a 7-time All-Star, and one of only seven Lakers to have his number retired. In 2003, Worthy was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. KURT RAMBIS (b. 1958) played in the NBA for fourteen seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers (1981-88, 1993-1995), Charlotte Hornets (1988-1989), Phoenix Suns (1989-1993) and Sacramento Kings (1993). A forward, his career statistics include 4,961 total rebounds, 456 blocks, 931 assists and 1,802 field goals. He coached the Lakers for part of the 1998-1999 season and coached the Minnesota Timberwolves from 2009 to 2011, compiling a career coaching record of 56-145. Fine condition.