1998-99 Chris Mullin HOFer,s Indiana Pacers Game-Worn Home Champion Jersey (NBA Source)
Mullin had a successful first season with the Pacers, coached by Larry Bird. He started all 82 games, averaged 11.3 points per game, and helped the Pacers to the Eastern Conference Finals, where they lost to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in seven tough games.
Chris Mullin was a five-time All Star whose sharpshooting days with Golden State and Indiana were legendary. The great guard from St. John's wore the offered white mesh size "48" Champion jersey. Two tags appear tandom along the bottom left tail. Left to right tags read : Desinged & Tailored by Champion exlusively for the Indian Pacers 1998-99 Pacers", "Champion It Takes a Little More to Make A Champion" with the+3 Length flag tag.
This HOFer's jersey has all sewn on identifiers "INDIANA", "17" and MULLIN" exhibits basketball wear. NBA logo sewn on to the left front shoulder strap. Spandex yellow seams attach to the dark blue striping. Excellent sourcing from team.
100% Authentic Team
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