1971-72 Freddie Lewis ABA Indiana Pacers Game-Used Home Jersey
On the front left tail is the "Wilson" manufacturer’s size 42 wash instructions tag. Across the front is “PACERS" in blue tackle twill. Below that and on back is the player number "14" in blue on yellow tackle twill. Across the back is the player name “LEWIS” in blue tackle twill on a white name plate. The jersey shows game-use and appears to be no alterations of any kind. Accompanied by a LOA from Freddie Lewis.
Notes: Freddie Lewis was a fundamentally sound 6 foot guard who could pass, shoot, and defend equally well. He was drafted by the NBA's Cincinnati Royals in 1966. After one season of limited playing time with the Royals, he moved to the rival ABA, spending the next seven seasons with the Indiana Pacers. He was a solid contributor on three Pacers teams that won the ABA Championship (in 1970, 1972, and 1973). He also represented the Pacers in three All-Star games (1968, 1970, and 1972).