SCP Auctions November 19th, 2011 Auction


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By all accounts, Julius Erving was playing at a higher level than the rest of the league in 1979-80. For the 1979-80 season, Erving averaged 26.9 points, his highest NBA scoring average, ranking him fourth in the league. The Sixers also began a concerted four-year assault on the NBA Playoffs. After a 59-23 regular season, Philadelphia waded easily through Washington, Atlanta, and Boston (led by rookie Larry Bird) to take the Eastern Conference crown. In a hotly contested NBA Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers, Erving was spectacular as the teams split the first four games. In Game 4 Erving made the legendary "Baseline Move" that would go down as one of the most spectacular shots in NBA history. But the Lakers won the final two games at home in L.A. making the Sixers bridesmaids once again.

In spite of the Finals loss Erving had elevated his game even further, establishing himself as a permanent fixture on the All-NBA First Team. He was presented with this watch in acknowledgement of being selected to the NBA All-League Team for the 1979-80 season. The stainless steel watch features the NBA logo on its face. A back plate is engraved with Erving’s name and titling. The watch is all original, show light usage wear, but does not appear to be in working order.

Includes a signed LOA from Julius Erving.

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Minimum Bid: $1,500
Final prices include buyers premium.: $5,656
Number Bids:10
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