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Magic Johnson Prototype Uniform, Used For Final Approval By NBA, Only Jersey Produced Other Than Game JerseyGo Back
Magic Johnson Prototype Uniform, Used For Final Approval By NBA, Only Jersey Produced Other Than Game Jersey
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The NBA knows how to pick a winner and the style of this All-Star jersey is one for the ages. Starting in the 1986 All-Star Game the league began to use one style which it favored for the next four seasons. This configuration includes “NBA” and “All-Star” above and below the player’s number, which is the centerpiece of the jersey. The NBA logo was placed on the right side of the blocked NBA lettering. The offered jersey was a prototype made by MacGregor Sand Knit and made for final NBA approval for use in the midseason contest. This particular model features Magic Johnson, the key player on the West team. This was the same color that the West wore in the 1988 and 1991 All-Star Games. According to our research, those were the two seasons that the West wore red in the All-Star Game. The other three seasons, they sported the white jerseys. This [size] “42” shirt has screened-on identifiers, with “JOHNSON” appearing on the verso in single-color white. Other than the game jerseys, this was the only one of its kind. A MacGregor/Sand Knit tag appears in the tail. As an added bonus, the shorts are also included in the fine offering. The shorts feature a MacGregor/Sand Knit tag along with an “01” flag tag. Never has the red, white and blue looked as good as on this remarkable jersey.
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Auction End: 07-Oct-05 Post Views: 3410
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