1999 NBA World Champion Event Ticket Stub - San Antonio Spurs. This ticket was for an event at the Alamodome after the Spurs won the 1999 NBA Championship. All the Spurs were there to thank the fans. Please add $1.00 s/h with delivery confirmation.
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Sean Elliott Autographed 1999 Championship VHS. Box has a couple creases. This item comes with a COA from All Star Authentic with a full 100% Money Back Guarantee. Please add $3.75 s/h with delivery confirmation.
06-07 San Antonio Spurs Season Ticket Holder Pin. This pin was given to me when I purchased my 2006-2007 San Antonio Spurs season tickets. It's still in it's original packaging...never opened. This pin was from their 2007 NBA Championship season. Please add $1.50 s/h.
Manu Ginobili & Tony Parker Signed San Antonio Spurs 8x10 2007 NBA Championship Canvas. This item comes with a COA from All Star Authentic with a full 100% Money Back Guarantee. Please add $4.50 s/h with delivery confirmation.
2011 Dallas Mavericks Signed 16x20 NBA Championship Canvas. This is signed by Dirk Nowitzki, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry, Shawn Marion, Rick Carlisle and Mark Cuban. Authenitcated by JSA. Please add $8.75 s/h with delivery confirmation.
Tim Duncan & David Robinson Signed 2003 Championship Poster. This was a poster that was given out at the SBC center after the 2003 Spurs Championship. This item comes with a COA from All Star Authentic with a full 100% Money Back Guarantee. FREE SHIPPING!!!!
Tony Parker Autographed Game Worn Spurs Jersey - 2002-2003 - Championship Year - Early Autograph - Full Signature. Every item that we sell comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from All Star Authentic. Each COA comes with a unique number that can be used to verify your autograph on AllStarAuthentic.com. Your purchase is left in our database indefinitely. This lets you know that we stand behind everything we sell..... FREE SHIPPING.
David Robinson Autographed Game Worn Spurs Jersey - 2002-2003 NBA Season - Championship Season. Every item that we sell comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA) from All Star Authentic. Each COA comes with a unique number that can be used to verify your autograph on AllStarAuthentic.com. Your purchase is left in our database indefinitely. This lets you know that we stand behind everything we sell..... FREE SHIPPING.
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Sent 2 cards to University of Kentucky where he is now an assistant coach. He signed both my Rookie cards. Unfortunately one autograph is smudge but still clear. PROFILE OF TONY DELK Tony Delk was picked 16th overall in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Charlotte Hornets. He was traded by the Hornets along with Muggsy Bogues to the Golden State Warriors for B. J. Armstrong on November 7, 1997, where he played for two seasons before signing with the Sacramento Kings on August 16, 1999. He appeared in 46 games in 1999-00, subsequently joining the Phoenix Suns on August 1, 2000. In a January 2, 2001 overtime game against his former Kings team, he scored a career-high 53 points on 20-for-27 field goal shooting. Delk was eventually dealt with Rodney Rogers to the Celtics, for Joe Johnson, Milt Palacio, and Randy Brown.Prior to 2004-05, after a year with the Dallas Mavericks, Delk was again traded, this time to the Atlanta Hawks, along with Antoine Walker, in a deal for Jason Terry and Alan Henderson. Delk lasted one and a half seasons with the Hawks before being waived on February 25, 2006, signing with the Detroit Pistons on March 1, where he backed up point guard Chauncey Billups. Delk finished his NBA career with averages of 9.1 PPG, 2.5 RPG and 1.9 APG as he, in August 2006, signed a contract with the Greek basketball team, Panathinaikos, in Athens. He won the Greek Cup, the Greek Championship and the European Championship with Panathinaikos, but was released in May 2007, citing compatibility issues. He announced his retirement from professional basketball in November 2007. In 2008, nonetheless, he played three games for the Gigantes of Carolina in the BSN, the professional basketball league of Puerto Rico. He retired, once again, and served as a technical assistant with the same team. On April 16, 2009 it was announced that Delk would be returning to his alma mater along with his former college teammate Scott Padgett to serve on coach John Calipari's staff at the University of Kentucky. In July 2011, the New Mexico State Aggies basketball team hired him as an assistant coach to Marvin Menzies.
My father took me to my first Reds game in 1977 and bought me this pennant from the previous year's championship. It has hung somewhere in every bedroom, dormroom, apartment, trailer(Baghdad and Taji), or house I have lived in ever since. I started getting autographs on it at Redsfest 2007.
Sent 2 cards to the LA Lakers mailing address. The Coach and HOF also included his autographed calling card. PROFILE OF BILL SHARMAN Sharman was enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1976 as a player and in 2004, he was also enshrined as a coach. He is one of only three people to be enshrined in both categories, after John Wooden and Lenny Wilkens. He is one of two men to win NBA and ABA championships as a coach; coincidentally, the other, Alex Hannum, also coached a Chamberlain-led team (the 1967 Philadelphia 76ers) to an NBA championship. On October 29, 1996, Sharman was named one of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players.
Sent 1 Fleer card, Sticker and postcard for him. He signed the card and sent back the sticker and postcard with Inscriptions. PROFILE OF CAZZIE RUSSELL Russell played college basketball at the University of Michigan, where he led the Wolverines to three consecutive Big Ten Conference titles (1964–66) and to Final Four appearances in 1964 and 1965, losing in the final game 91-80 to defending national champion UCLA and John Wooden. In 1966, Russell averaged 30.8 points per game and was named the College Basketball Player of the Year. Crisler Arena, which opened in 1967, has been dubbed The House that Cazzie Built. Russell's number 33 jersey has been retired by the Wolverines. Russell spent twelve seasons in the NBA (1966-1978), and is best remembered for his five seasons with the New York Knicks (1966-71). Russell was the NBA's first draft pick in 1966, and was named to the 1967 All-Rookie Team. He was later part of the famous 1970 Knicks team that won the NBA championship over the Los Angeles Lakers. Russell played in the 1972 NBA All-Star Game while with the Golden State Warriors.
Sent this card addressed to the Sacramento Kings team address Profile of Paul Westphal He was the 10th overall pick in the 1972 NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics. After three seasons in Boston, including a championship ring in 1974, he was traded to the Phoenix Suns. In 1976, Westphal helped the Suns reach their first-ever Finals appearance. In Game 5 of that series, called by many the greatest game ever played in basketball. After the 1979–80 season, he was traded to the Seattle SuperSonics for Dennis Johnson where he played one season before heading to the New York Knicks. In 1983 he returned to Phoenix for a last hurrah. He had been injured and only played in 59 of the 82 games of his final season. In his career Westphal scored a total of 12,809 NBA points for an average of 15.1 points per game, with 3,591 assists for an average of 4.4 assists per game. He also had 1,580 rebounds, for an average of 1.9 per game. He was a 5-time All-Star and 3 times an All-NBA selection and one time a second team All-NBA selection. He is Phoenix's fifth all-time leading scorer (9,564), averaging 20.6 points (1975–80, 1983–84) and a member of the Sun's Ring of Honor. In 1992 he became the head coach of the Phoenix Suns. For several years prior, he was an assistant coach with the Suns under head coach Cotton Fitzsimmons. With players such as Kevin Johnson, Dan Majerle, Richard Dumas, and the newly-acquired Charles Barkley and Danny Ainge, the Suns made it to the Finals in Westphal's first season as a coach, but eventually lost to the Chicago Bulls in six games. Incidentally, Game 3 between the two teams went to triple overtime (the Suns won the game) and is considered one of the greatest games ever played.