Joe Dumars McNeese State Cowboys Hardwood Legends Throwback Blue Basketball Jersey (Sizes 4X-Large - 5X-Large)
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Basketball Throwback Jerseys – NBA Calling
Throwback jerseys always stir up a little nostalgia and a lot of love! It’s not for nothing that throwbacks are so popular, especially NBA throwbacks. Basketball throwback jerseys are super cool jerseys that feature designs, colors and prints of former players' jerseys with little modifications. Sold and marketed at a huge level, throwback basketball jerseys are extremely popular and always in high demand. Your favorite and most loved NBA players Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade, LeBron James and other hall-of-famers all have throwback jerseys to their names and all can be purchased right here! When going for your team’s game nothing would beat the joy of wearing an authentic throwback and cheering the loudest!
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Interesting Fact: The most expensive throwback basketball jersey was bought by an unknown Michael Jordon fan. Jordans™ 1983 North Carolina Tar Heels, game-used jersey was bought at an auction held at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, for a whooping $114,000. This was the same jersey that Jordan wore as a freshman when he hit the game's winning shot against Georgetown at the 1982 NCAA championship.
Where does the word jersey come from?
The interesting thing about the word ‘Jersey’ is that its origin has nothing to do with a fabric or a garment! Jersey is a small island in the Channel Islands (located between England and France). Jersey island was known for its knitting trade in the medieval times. The name persists and is used to refer to various forms of knit fabric.