SIXTH ANNUAL BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTION AUCTION (#31)
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 8/11/2011
This lot came to us directly from Freddie Lewis, a very good six-foot guard who could pass, shoot, and defend equally well. He was drafted by the NBA's Cincinnati Royals in 1966. After one season of limited playing time with the Royals, he moved to the rival ABA, spending the next seven seasons with the Indiana Pacers. This award was part of his collection. The award itself was made by bronzing the Adidas shoe that he wore during the 1972 ABA playoffs. It measures 15” x 6” across its wooden base. There is a gold plaque which reads “Freddie Lewis American Basketball Association Most Valuable Player 1972 Play-Off Indiana Pacers - Champions”. It is in EX-NM overall condition with light surface scratching and is accompanied by a LOA from Freddie Lewis.
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Minimum Bid: $1,000
Final Hammer: $6,000
Price Realized: $7,200
Number Bids: 28
Auction closed on Thursday, August 11, 2011.
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