Each year, basketball’s finest gather in Springfield, Mass., to honor the hardcourt superstars chosen for Hall of Fame induction. Together with the enshrinement and reunion dinner, there’s another big event that has become a tradition during the weekend: Grey Flannel’s Annual Basketball Hall of Fame Auction.
This year’s auction – Grey Flannel’s seventh to date – includes 120 lots game-worn jerseys, championship rings and even an Olympic Gold Medal. Each lot entered in the sale is accompanied by a letter from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Leading the pack are ten game-used jerseys from the 1991 NBA All-Star Game, each accompanied by a letter of authenticity hand-signed by NBA Commissioner David Stern. Players’ game-used apparel includes jerseys from Hall of Famers Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson. Read full story on Sports Collectors Daily here.