Jordan Bell wore #1 with Oregon, not #5.

There have been plenty of disputes about inauthentic “game-used” memorabilia recently, including a lawsuit against Eli Manning and the New York Giants over alleged shady practices, and the most recent controversy involves Golden State Warriors’ forward Jordan Bell. Bell played at Oregon from 2014 through 2017, and then was drafted 38th overall by Chicago this year before being traded to the Warriors for cash considerations on draft night. A tweet Saturday linked to a Bell “game-used” Oregon jersey on Fanatics, pointing out the surprisingly low price, but the only problem is that it’s a #5 jersey, and Bell wore #1 for the Ducks (and is wearing #2 for the Warriors). #5 was worn by guard Tyler Dorsey. So, this isn’t great:

That tweet tagged Bell, who

Jordan Bell wore #1 with Oregon, not the #5 jersey someone's trying to sell.
CORVALLIS, OR – MARCH 04: Jordan Bell #1 of the Oregon Ducks drives to the basket on Stephen Thompson Jr. #1 of the Oregon State Beavers during the firt half of the game against the Oregon Ducks at Gill Coliseum on March 4, 2017 in Corvallis, Oregon. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

noticed this Saturday, and was not a fan:

The jersey was listed as “out of stock” by Saturday afternoon, and Fanatics didn’t return For The Win’s request for comment. But this certainly isn’t something that makes them look particularly good. It also raises further questions about the “game-used” jersey market.

[For The Win]

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