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    Julius "Dr. J" Erving Signed Basketball. In much the same way that Babe Ruth revolutionized the sport of baseball with his power, Dr. J can be credited with forever changing the way basketball is played, taking the action above the rim and bringing the slam dunk into the American lexicon. His flashy play and towering afro drew legions of fans and helped to establish the ABA as a legitimate threat to the entrenched National Basketball Association. Arguably no single player is more responsible for the resulting merger.

    Offered is a nice Julius Erving signed full-sized Spalding NBA basketball. Signed in bold silver sharpie on the upper panel, the ball displays superbly. COA from PSA/ DNA


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    March, 2019
    31st Sunday
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