Basketball Hall Of Fame (#16)
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, formerly known as Lewis Alcindor, was the kind of player that graces a sport once in a lifetime. The basketball world might never again see an athlete dominate the sport for as long and as thoroughly as Abdul-Jabbar did. From the time he stepped on the court at Power Memorial High School in his native New York City, to the time he retired as the NBA's all-time leader in nine statistical categories, the 7-foot-2 Abdul-Jabbar established himself as basketball's most talented and recognizable figure. After earning three All-America selections at Power Memorial High School, where he guided the team to a 95-6 record, Abdul-Jabbar became part of one of the greatest teams in the history of college basketball. Under Hall of Fame coach John Wooden, Abdul-Jabbar guided the UCLA Bruins to a three-year mark of 88-2, three consecutive NCAA titles (1967-69) and was the first and only player to be named the NCAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Player three times. The three-time college All-America simply ruled the game at the college level, earning the title of College Player of the Year from 1967 to 1969 from The Sporting News, United Press International, The Associated Press, and the U.S. Basketball Writers Association. Upon the time of his graduation, Abdul-Jabbar was the Bruins' all-time leading scorer with 2,325 points. On the front left tail is the "SAND-KNIT" manufacturer's size 42 tag. On the front of the jersey is "UCLA." Below this and on back is the player number "33." All lettering and numbering is done in yellow on white tackle twill. The jersey shows excellent game-use and appears to have no alterations of any kind.
Late 1960s Lew Alcindor UCLA Bruins Game-Used Road Jersey
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