KAREEM ABDUL-JABBAR/JOHN WOODEN AUTOGRAPHED FRAMED PIECE

Kareem Abdul Jabbar John Wooden signed piece 1 When Lew Alcindor (later Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) decided he would attend UCLA beginning in 1966, UCLA Head Coach John Wooden received the young man who would perhaps become the greatest college basketball player in history. UCLA ran off three straight National Championships between 1967-1969, and had an overall record of 88-2 during Alcindor’s time on the varsity squad. These years coincided with the middle of the greatest run of college basketball any school has ever had as UCLA won an unparalleled ten championships in 12 years, including a run of seven straight. It is well known the NCAA outlawed the dunk while Kareem attended UCLA, seemingly because of the incredible advantage it provided him. Two cut signatures of both Kareem and Wooden enhance this photo snapped following UCLA’s victory in the 1968 NCAA National Championship. Most notably, Kareem penned his full name and added a “1/84″ date, right in the middle of the Lakers heyday. Collectors know well how difficult a full name Kareem can be to obtain. The photo and signatures have been matted in blue and gold and framed to an approximately 14″ x 20” size and awaits hanging in your favorite spot on the wall.

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