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John Wooden 1970s Signed and Worn Basketball Camp Coach's Shirt - Full JSA

Lot Number 561

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Over a career defined by longevity and superlatives, John Wooden was the first-ever player to be named Basketball All-American three times, setting the precedent for a coaching career that saw him win 12 NCAA national championships (including an unprecedented seven straight). In addition to mentoring legends such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bill Walton, Wooden influenced thousands of youths at summer camps during the 1970s. This shirt was worn and signed by Wooden during one of those instructional sessions. The blue knit pullover garment features “UCLA BASKETBALL” on the left breast in yellow appliqué. Just below, Wooden’s black marker autograph shows (“8-9”) potency. Full photo LOA from JSA (for autograph) and LOA from the shirt’s recipient.

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