1970-71 Milwaukee Bucks Champions Team Signed Official NBA Basketball Beckett
The 1970-71 Milwaukee Bucks were built around one of the NBA’s early versions of the Big Three. The Bucks swung a deal to add 10-year veteran guard Oscar Robertson to a core of second-year players in Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (then Lew Alcindor) and Bob Dandridge. The result was electrifying. The Bucks won 66 games, including a then-record 20-game winning streak, on their way to the franchise’s only championship. Abdul-Jabbar, who won the league MVP, averaged 31.7 points and 16.0 rebounds. Robertson, 32, settled into a complementary role for the first time in his career but still averaged 19.4 points and 8.2 assists. Dandridge put up 18.4 points and 8.0 rebounds.
This Wilson Official NBA game model basketball has been signed by 13 members of the 1970-71 World Champion Milwaukee Bucks. The signatures are highlighted by an incredibly rare Lew Alcindor autograph and Oscar Robertson simply signing as “Big O”. Also included are Lucius Allen, Dick Cunningham, Bob Dandridge, Arnie Garber, Bob Greacen, Jon McGlocklin, Mccoy McLemore, Greg Smith, Jeff Webb and Marv Winkler. The signatures are done in black ink. Accompanied by a Full Letter Certificate Of Authenticity from Beckett #A82982.