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    1995 Detlef Schremph Game Used & Signed 10,000 Career Points Presentational Seattle Supersonics Basketball. Detlef Schrempf was a solid contributor wherever he went. While most of his career highlights were established during his run with the Seattle SuperSonics, Schrempf did enjoy a sixteen year career which included three trips to the All-Star Game and two Sixth Man of the Year awards.

    Offered here is a game-used Spalding "Supersonics" branded NBA game ball that was used to score Spremph's milestone 10,000th career point on January 15, 1995 vs. Portland. Exhibiting solid wear throughout, it is accompanied by a letter of provenance from the Detlef Schrempf Foundation. Letter of provenance from the Detlef Schrempf Foundation. LOA from Heritage Auctions. LOA from Heritage Auctions. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    October, 2020
    3rd Saturday
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