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    1996-97 Jason Kidd Game Worn Dallas Mavericks Jersey Sourced from Team
    One of the best all-around players in NBA history, Jason Kidd was an instrumental part of the Dallas Mavericks' magical 2011 championship season. The former coach of the up-and-coming Milwaukee Bucks, Kidd wore this superb "Champion size 46" jersey during the 1996-97 season. This was secured directly from the Mavericks locker room from an operations worker. The jersey shows minimal wear. Three color-tackle twill fills in the identifiers while "Kidd" is arched to the reverse in single-color royal blue. The NBA logo is featured in gold which differentiates it from other seasons. Dual Champion tags are sewn in tandem (year extra length +3 and size) in the tail. Kidd signed the reverse in 9/10 silver paint pen. Letter of provenance from team associate. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $1,500 - up.

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    25th Wednesday
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    33 Days
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