969-70 Topps #25 Lew Alcindor Signed Rookie Card PSA GEM MT 10 Signature
On April 23, 1989, one of the greatest careers in sports history came to an end when Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played his final regular-season NBA game against the Seattle SuperSonics at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California. Abdul-Jabbar started and played 26 minutes, closing out his career by scoring 10 points on 5-6 shooting with 6 boards, 3 assists, and a blocked shot. Those 10 points gave him a total of 38,387 for his career, which remains the record to this date. For your consideration is this exceedingly rare signed 1969-70 Topps #25 Lew Alcindor Rookie Card. Although the card is not graded, this EX-appearing card HAS been signed "Abdul Jabbar" by the legend himself is crisp bright blue PSA GEM MINT 10 marker. Card has been encapsulated and features a PSA cert on the verso visible in the holder.
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