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1996-97 Los Angeles Lakers - Shaquille O'Neal Game-Worn Jersey (50th Anniversary NBA Gold Logo)

Shaquille O'Neal took his show on the road when he became a free agent after the 1995-96 season. He landed in Los Angeles - so suitable for his larger-than-life persona. This [size] "56" home yellow mesh jersey, which resembles a tablecloth more than anything else, was worn by Shaq during his inaugural season in L.A. This 1996-97 Lakers jersey features the gold NBA silhouette patch on the right strap to announce the NBA's 50th Anniversary. All of the identifiers are sewn on in an unique drop-shadow formation. Dual Champion tags appear in the tail - exclusivity (with +6" body length) and size tag. The inner side seam holds a fabric tag. This jersey originates from a long time Lakers collector.

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