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    1986 Pete Maravich Signed Personal Check. "If I play ten hours a day for ten years, and you play one hour a day for ten years and we meet on the basketball court, you're dead." - Pete Maravich

    Combining his father's "homework basketball" program with an unmatched work ethic and desire to be the best, Pete Maravich pushed the game of basketball to its furthest possible limits through his alter ego, Pistol Pete. The unbelievable numbers on record represent only a glimpse into the genius we witnessed for four NCAA seasons and ten NBA seasons, where Pete averaged 44.2 and 24.2, respectively.

    Signed less than a year before his Springfield induction and just fifteen months before his death, this "Pete Or Jackie Maravich" personal check for "$2,700" and payable to "Tanglewood" is signed in 9/10 blue ballpoint by Pistol Pete, an American original. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.


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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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