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With his Rolls Royce car, flamboyant wardrobe that featured knee-length fur coats and stylish fedora hats, Walt Frazier was the toast of New York City as a member of the New York Knicks from 1967 to 1977. On the court, Frazier was "super cool." His quick hands on defense combined with his calm, cool and collected demeanor on the court, earned him the nickname "Clyde." He was the first-round choice of the Knicks in the 1967 NBA draft and earned NBA All-Rookie honors. Frazier's smooth play electrified crowds at Madison Square Garden. His offensive repertoire was a blend of smooth drives to the bucket and mid-range jump shots that burned opponents for 15,581 points (18.9 ppg) during his career. After ten years with the Knicks and parts of three seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Frazier retired in 1979. A clutch performer, Frazier averaged 20.7 points in 93 playoff games. In the neck of this home jersey is the "Cosby" label. On the left front tail is the "3"LB" label denoting three extra inches in body length. The label is done in computer stitch. Next to this is the "Sand-Knit" label with the size "42" and above this is the "Sand-Knit" exclusive label. Across the front of the jersey is the name "New York" in orange on blue tackle twill and on the back is the name "Frazier" in blue tackle twill. The player number "10" appears on both the front and back of the jersey in orange on blue tackle twill. The jersey shows game-use and appears to have no alterations of any kind.
Mid 1970s Walt Frazier New York Knicks Game-Used Home Mesh Jersey
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