Prior to 3-pointers and multi-million-dollar contracts, the NBA literally had to tailor its rulebook because of Wilt Chamberlain’s dominance. Still able to thrive, the 7-foot-1 icon surrounded himself with fellow superstars (as if he needed help) during a memorable run with the Los Angeles Lakers. This magazine page is autographed by (3) hoops legends from that era. Framed to 13-1/4 x 15-1/2”, a story page has been culled from the March 1969 issue of Sport. The colorful page shows Chamberlain flanked by Hall of Famers Elgin Baylor and Jerry West. Each has endorsed his likeness. Includes (from left to right): Baylor (black marker, “8” strength); Chamberlain (black ballpoint (“9” strength); and West (black ink, “8-9” strength with a “Best Regards” salutation). Comes with a full photo LOA from JSA.
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