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At 7 feet 6 inches, Shawn Bradley was the one of the tallest to ever play in the NBA. Only Manute Bol at 7' 7" stood higher. Born in West Germany, the "Enormous Mormon" was a high school star in the state of Utah and excelled at BYU for two years before going on his required mission. He was drafted number two overall in 1993 by the Philadelphia 76ers and enjoyed a nice 12-year career in the NBA (mostly with the Dallas Mavericks), regularly atop the league leaders in blocked shots. As a rookie, Bradley was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team. Offered here is Shawn Bradley's 76ers game-worn rookie uniform from that 1993-94 campaign when he averaged 10.3 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3 blocks per contest.

The red mesh jersey, screen-printed across the front with a blue pattern and "Philadelphia Sixers," has Bradley's No. "76" front and back in white-on-blue tackle twill. It's a symbolic number, not just because of the team name, but also because of his height. His NOB is arched across the upper back in white lettering. The size 46 Champion jersey is properly tagged on the left tail with the exclusive 76ers tam "1993-1994" year tag and "Body Length +3." The accompanying red Champion shorts come in size 38 with his No. "76" penned in black on the interior tagging. Shorts have a "1991" year tag and were carried over from a previous Sixers player (No. 20 scratched off). This was common practice in those days. The road uniform set shows solid wear and comes as-issued.

Includes team letter from 76ers equipment manager.

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