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One of the most dominant players in NBA history, “The Big O” Oscar Robertson played his final season in the league in 1973-74 with the Milwaukee Bucks. The Hall of Famer Robertson, along with fellow Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, formed a lethal partnership on the court, leading the Bucks to the franchise’s only NBA title in 1971. Robertson would finish his career with 26,710 points and 25.7 points per game average.

Offered here is an extremely rare shooting shirt that was worn by Robertson during his final season in the NBA in 1973-74. This red Sand-Knit size 42 shirt has a snap button-down front that has “MILWAUKEE BUCKS” sewn on in dark green and white tackle twill. The back simply has “O” in the same dark green and white tackle twill paying homage to Robertson’s greatness that earned him his nickname. The Sand-Knit size 42 tag and the “Designed and Tailored Exclusively for the Milwaukee Bucks” tags are sewn on the inside back collar. What appears to be “O” and “R” are handwritten in faded black marker on the size tag. A great last season gamer from one of the game’s greats and this comes with a LOA from MEARS (317515).

1973-74 Oscar Robertson Game Used Milwaukee Bucks Shooting Shirt With Nickname On Back From His Final NBA Season (MEARS)
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