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    "Clyde" takes MVP honors with thirty-point performance!

    1975 Walt Frazier All-Star Game Worn Jersey, MEARS A10. "No, it wasn't my biggest honor," Frazier told reporters after being named MVP of the 1975 NBA All-Star Game. "Winning a Championship always is. You always think about the MVP award though. There is a lot of personal satisfaction involved--your family can be proud of something like this."

    For the superstar New York Knicks guard, it had been his second masterpiece at Phoenix' Veteran's Memorial Coliseum in a week's time, as Frazier had connected for forty-three in the final contest before the All-Star break in a meeting with the Suns. His tally while wearing the presented garment was a game-high thirty, outpacing a staggering array of hardcourt legends that included John Havlicek, Earl Monroe, Tiny Archibald and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

    The purple knit gamer tips a cap to the aesthetic history of the southwestern locale, a uniquely fonted "East" applied to the chest with twin stars in red and white tackle twill above a heat-pressed number "10." Those digits are affixed beneath "Frazier" on verso in similar format. Lower left front tail holds the proper "Spanjian" manufacturer's label with size "42" designator, the label having come loose from the stitching on the left edge. Wear is appropriate for a single game of intense action, and the jersey is autographed in 10/10 black sharpie with his famous "Clyde" nickname at lower left chest.

    Though Frazier's membership in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and the even more exclusive NBA Fifty Greatest Players brotherhood elevates his game used material to the peak of desirability, the pickings have been painfully thin for collectors. Just three jerseys, each from his Knicks service, have appeared on the hobby's major auction block in the past fifteen years. This offering brings the tally to four, and stands as the only known example from the sport's most decorated exhibition. LOA from MEARS, A10. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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