The New York Knicks’ history is flooded with many NBA legends, and memories. From Bill Bradley, Patrick Ewing, 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 www.news-antique.com, 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.