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The term "body control" was first used to describe Elgin Baylor and his ability to suspend himself in the air while his less gifted defenders were already back on the ground. Baylor had that special ability to defy gravity like only Julius Erving and Michael Jordan have had after him. "The man of a thousand moves" was simply unstoppable! He was named to the All-NBA First Team 10 times. His 27.4 ppg career average is third behind Jordan and Chamberlain. In the 1961-62 season, he averaged an incredible 38.3 ppg, and he averaged over 30 points or more in three different seasons. On December 11, 1960, Baylor became the first player in the NBA to score over 70 points with 71 against the NY Knicks. This early-1960s Los Angeles Lakers road durene jersey is a rare jersey and the most desirable style of this NBA Top 50 player. On the front tail is the Tiernan label with a rare "Los Angeles" script style in white across the chest. On the back is the name "Baylor" and a 3-D style player number 22 which also appears on the front. The letters and numbers are made of white on light blue tackle twill. The jersey shows very good game-use and appears to have no alterations of any kind.
1960s Elgin Baylor Script Front Los Angeles Lakers Game-Used Road Jersey
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