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At Georgetown University, Patrick Ewing became one of the few players ever to win consensus All-America honors three times, in 1983, 1984 and 1985. He starred for the U.S. Olympic team that won the gold medal in 1984, blocking 18 shots during the Olympic tournament. The first player chosen in the 1985 NBA draft, by the New York Knicks, Ewing won the league's rookie of the year award by averaging 20.4 points a game. In 1996, Ewing was named one of the top 50 players in league history and on February 28, 2003 his player number "33" was retired. On the left front tail of this road mesh jersey is the "Champion" exclusive label with the year "1992-93" and "Body Length +3." Next to this is the "Champion" label with the size "48." Across the front of the jersey is the team name "New York" in orange on white tackle twill and on the back is the player name "Ewing" in white tackle twill. The player number "33" appears on both the front and back of the jersey in orange on white tackle twill. There is an autograph on the back right number "3" which rates an 8. The autograph comes with a letter from PSA/DNA. On the upper left front is the "NBA" patch. The jersey shows game-use and appears to have no alterations of any kind.
1992-93 Patrick Ewing New York Knicks Game-Used and Autographed Road Jersey (PSA/DNA)
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