A jersey believed to have been worn by Christian Laettner when he took this famous turnaround jumper, seen above, to lead Duke over Kentucky in the 1992 NCAA tournament has been sold by an auction house for $119,500. Per ESPN...
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"Lelands.com sold the jersey, which it said was given to them by a consigner who was presented with the jersey by Laettner when that season concluded, to a single bidder who has wished to remain anonymous."
Lelands.com founder and chairman Joshua Evans said...
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"This is the second-highest price ever paid at auction for a game-worn basketball jersey," said Lelands.com founder and chairman Joshua Evans. "We couldn't be more thrilled."
I'm not sure if that price is too much or not enough.
Filed Under: SEC Basketball
Originally published on SECRant.com

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