1967-68 Barry Liebowitz ABA Pittsburgh Pipers Game-Used Home Jersey
Inside the left rear tail is the "Rawlings" manufacturer's tag with size "42". Adjacent to the right is a white label along with the wash instructions tag. Across the front is “Pipers”. Player number “25” appears on both the front and back. All these numbers and letters are done in orange on blue tackle twill. Player name has been removed from the back. The jersey shows game-use and other than the aforementioned appears to have no alterations of any kind.
Notes: The 1967–68 ABA season was the first season for the American Basketball Association. The ABA introduced a red, white and blue basketball and used a 30 second shot clock as opposed to the NBA's 24 second shot clock. The ABA also used the three-point shot. There were 11 teams playing in the first season of the league, with each team playing a 78-game schedule. Trooper Washington played for the Pipers for three seasons.