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Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlain was, in a word, awesome. The University of Kansas center burst on to the NBA scene in 1959 and immediately established himself as the league's most dominating, intimidating and talented player by averaging 37.6 points and 27 rebounds. The NBA had just never seen a talent like Wilt before and today, 30 years after his retirement, the same can still be said. His legend will forever live on including, of course, the 100 points he dropped against the New York Knicks in 1962 in a season that saw him average more than 50 points a game. The Philadelphia 76ers warmup jacket scene here was worn by Chamberlain in 1967-68 when he scored 24.3 points, grabbed 23.8 rebounds and dished out a career-high 8.6 assists over the season. Wilt's number "13" is sewn in black stitch on a felt patch below the Wilson label in the collar. The jacket is a full zipper example with red and blue trim in the shape of a "V" on the front. "76" is sewn in red tackle twill on the reverse, surrounded by 13 blue stars. The red and blue trim also lines the tail and ends of the sleeves. The jacket is very rare and exhibits excellent use and some light staining. The jacket comes with a letter from the former team employee who acquired it.
1967-68 Wilt Chamberlain Philadelphia 76ers Warmup Jacket (Equipment Mgr Letter)
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