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    1988-89 Larry Nance Game Worn Cleveland Cavaliers Jersey and Shorts. Probably best known as the first winner of the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 1984, earning him the nickname "The High-Ayatolla of Slamola," Larry Nance was a model of consistency through his professional career. Averaging more than 16 points and eight rebounds for all eleven seasons as a starter, Nance wore this complete uniform during the 1988-89 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

    Exhibiting unbelievably nice use, the jersey presents all sewn-on identifiers, while the proper "88", "Sand-Knit", "[size] 46" and "4"LB" tags are in the tail. Also included are its matching shorts, while the proper "88", Sand-Knit [size] 36", "2"HR", "1"LI" and "22 (markered)" tags are in the interior waste. Great combo piece from the popular Clemson alum. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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