Top 10 Knicks Memorabilia Ever Sold At Auction

The New York Knicks’ history is flooded with many NBA legends, and memories. From Bill Bradley, Patrick knicks_logoEwing, and Willis Reed to two NBA titles, MSG, and Walt Frazier’s glorious suits, it all adds up to one undeniable fact, this franchise boasts memories to last a lifetime.

And apparently it also means Knicks collectibles can also fetch a pretty penny.

According to, the following are the most valuable pieces of New York Knicks memorabilia ever sold at auction.

And no, a hamburger-greased signed Eddy Curry Knicks jersey did not make the top 10. But how awesome would that be if it did?

10. Walt Frazier’s number 10 mid-1970’s game-used home jersey sold for $7,000 in September 2009.

9. Earl Monroe’s signed mid-1970s home jersey mid-1970s game-worn home jersey was sold for $7,000 in September 2009.

8. Walt Frazier’s mid-1970’s game-used road jersey sold for $8,000 in September 2007.

7. Earl Monroe’s 1979 game-worn road jersey from the 1978-1979 season sold for $8,400 in June 2006.

6. Bill Bradley’s early 1970s game-worn home jersey sold for $10,800 in June 2006.

5. Bill Bradley’s game-worn home jersey from the Knick’s first NBA championship season achieved $17,250 in 1996.

4. Dave DeBusschere’s early 1970’s game-used home jersey, signed by the player, sold for $19,200 in June 2007.

3. Dave DeBusschere’s signed game-worn home jersey, thought to have been worn during the Knicks’ first NBA championship season grabbed $20,315 in August 2010.

2. Dave DeBusschere’s game-used road jersey from the Knicks’ second NBA championship season netted $35,000 at a Grey Flannel Auctions sale in 2009.

1. Willis Reed’s Game 7 1970 NBA Finals jersey from that infamous night sold for $90,000 in June 2007.