MEARS Auction #135, Ends Saturday, March 7th, 2020, 10:00 PM CST W/30-Minute Rule In Effect
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 3/7/2020
On Sunday January 9, 1972, the Los Angeles Lakers came into Milwaukee to play the Bucks in a nationally televised game.

The Lakers were on a 33 game winning streak, establishing what is still a NBA record. The Bucks were the defending NBA champions, while the 71/72 Lakers went on to win their first title since moving to Los Angeles.

This package includes the game program and ticket stub from that game on January 9, 1972. A sell-out crowd of 10,746 cheered the Bucks to a 120-104 victory, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar leading the way with 39 points.

The program is not scored, and is in very good condition. The day and date are clearly printed on the program cover. The center-piece photos are 2 of the NBA's greatest players, Jerry West of the Lakers and Oscar Robertson of the Bucks.

The game ticket stub was hand torn by the usher as you entered the Arena. It clearly shows all the pertinent information, is in very good condition, no creases or other tears. For a seat in the lower parquet section, the cost was $4.50.

Here is a chance to own a piece of NBA and sports history. (35K0173)
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $33
Final prices include buyers premium.: $72
Number Bids: 4
Auction closed on Sunday, March 8, 2020.
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