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1994-95 Utah Jazz - John Stockton Game-Worn /Used Jersey (Exclusively Tag)

The Utah Jazz were defeated by the Chicago Bulls in the 1997 NBA Finals, but if it wasn't for a man named Michael, John Stockton and his Utah Jazz would have probably got a ring that year and maybe for the next couple years. With that being said, Stockton is on the top 50 All-Time player list with a Hall of Fame nod in 2009. Overall, not too shabby.

Presented is a John Stockton game worn jersey from the 1994-95 season indicated by the Champion exclusively tag on front (with BODY LENGTH +2). Other wash instruction tag besides it also shows Champion and size 40. The interior has fabric tag in side seam(100% NYLON). Single-color white "STOCKTON" stitched on back of jersey with screened on yellow/white identifiers on front/back.  Great overall wear is shown with thread fraying and soft tagging. 


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