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|Number of Bids:||2 (Bid History)|
|Open Date:||May 25, 2023 08:25:00 AM EDT|
|Close Date:||Jun 15, 2023 09:28:00 PM EDT|
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|May 25, 2023 05:49:05 PM EDT||$270.00|
|May 25, 2023 10:26:23 AM EDT||$250.00|
The NBA and MeiGray are proud to offer fans and collectors across the globe the opportunity to own a piece of history... a jersey worn in a game during the 2022-23 National Basketball Association playoffs, by #11 Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks.
Young wore this Association Edition jersey during the 1st quarter of the Hawks' Eastern Conference First Round, Game 1 loss to the Boston Celtics on April 15, 2023 at TD Garden in Boston, MA.
He played 34 minutes and registered 16 points with a game-high 8 assists, 3 rebounds and 2 steals.
This white jersey, a Size 44+4 inches extra length, is registered into the NBA-MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program as number ATLE05734. "R1 G1 1st half" is handwritten on the jock tag.
MeiGray, the Official Game-Worn Source of the NBA, offers collectors the highest standards of authenticity for an exciting array of game-worn items. Every item comes directly off the backs of the NBA's greatest players and directly off the courts from the league's most exciting events under the watchful eyes of an NBA or MeiGray representative.
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