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Between the Rochester Royals and the Kansas City/Sacramento Kings, the NBA franchise was known as the Cincinnati Royals, who played in the Queen City between 1957 and 1972 with most of the team's on-court success the result of one Oscar Robertson. Their final game before moving to Kansas City took place on March 24, 1972, at Cincinnati Gardens and this framed and matted display measuring 13x18.5" features a game ticket, parking ticket and scorecard from that game against the Baltimore Bullets. All three appear EX, with the full ticket revealing two punch holes. The plaque at the bottom simply and poignantly reads: "CINCINNATI ROYALS LAST GAME."
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