“Pistol” Pete Maravich averaged almost 45 points per game during his years at LSU (before the three-point line existed) and is the youngest player ever inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The Maravich collection includes his 1976-77 NBA Scoring Champion Award, his 1977 signed contract with the New Orleans Jazz and his game-used New Orleans Jazz jersey that reads “Pistol” on the back.
NBA legend Bernard King will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2013. Lots 18–26 presented in this catalog originated from his personal collection and will come with a hand-signed letter from Hall of Famer Bernard King. The lots include King’s 1985 NBA Eastern Conference All-Star game-used and autographed jersey and his 1983-84 Players Association MVP trophy.
Other inductee treasures include Guy V. Lewis’ 1945-46 University of Houston worn warm-up jacket, and two Jerry Tarkanian game-used and autographed towels from his final game at UNLV on March 3, 1992.
Bidders will be transported back in time with some never-before-seen styles from the ABA. Teams like the New Orleans Bucs, Minnesota Pipers, Carolina Cougars, Houston Mavericks and many more come to life in the form of game-used warm-up jackets and shooting shirts.
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1960 Jerry Lucas USA Basketball Olympic Gold Medal, with Lucas and Hall of Fame LOAs, first one of its type ever offered. Grey Flannel Auctions image.