1979-80 Mack Calvin Game-Worn Warm-Up JacketGo Back
Mack Calvin joined the Lakers for the 1976-77 NBA season but saw a sharp decline in playing time. He was able to match the same level of production per minute he reached while in the ABA, though. He spent his four seasons in the NBA with five teams—the Lakers, the San Antonio Spurs, the Denver Nuggets (which had joined the NBA in 1976), the Utah Jazz, and the Cleveland Cavaliers before retiring in 1981 with an NBA career scoring-average of 7.0 points per game.
This warm-up top is from the year he was with the Jazz in 1979-80. It originates directly from a team-source and epitomizes pro-basketball style in the 1970s-’80s. The Champion warm-up [size] Large shows the Jazz color including a striped pattern in yellow/purple/green across the front and highlighted collar/sleeve ends in the same colors. The front also features a screened on Jazz logo. As you can see, the nameplate shows his last name in purple “CALVIN” on the back. The white shirt does show some fabric ink transfer from washing (see photos). Overall, a nice early Jazz warm-up.
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