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    1980-81 Darryl Dawkins Game Worn Philadelphia 76ers Warm-up Jacket. The first player to jump from high school to the NBA, Darryl Dawkins created an on-court persona for himself equally as outrageous as his dunking ability. Hailing from Planet Lovetron, Chocolate Thunder forced the NBA to switch to breakaway rims after he shattered two backboards in 1979. Best of all might be the names he gave his dunks. Who could ever forget "The In Your Face Disgrace," "The Baby Maker," "The Spine Chiller Supreme," and "The Turbo Sexophonic Delight."

    His road blue warm-up top has the 76ers logo patch and an oversized NBA logo patch on the front, with "Philadelphia" on the verso. Wilson and Pearson tags appear in the collar, along with "80 53" on a blue swatch and Sir Slam's "53" in vintage marker. Comes with matching 1979-80 tear-away pants (which may have been worn by Dawkins) with the following tagging: "Wilson 36," "Pearson" and "79 40" with "43" in vintage marker. Great wear.

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