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Signed Kyle Bailey Game Worn Warm Up Jersey Santa Clara Broncos Vintage NCAA Basketball

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Here is a true rarity. Signed #11 Kyle Bailey Broncos vintage 2000 warm up jersey. This one is an awesome shape with just a few minor signs of usage.  Made in USA and XXL so it should fit any large guy just fine. Here is a little bit of info on Kyle:

Kyle Bailey (born March 10, 1982) is an American former professional basketball player and current assistant coach for the Sun Rockers Shibuya of Japan's B.League.

Born in Fairbanks, Alaska, Bailey began his active career during his studies at Santa Clara University where he set team records for most games (127), minutes played (3,897), and the single season record for most three pointers attempted with 198 (all since broken).[1] He was also named to the 2002 All-West Coast Conference First Team.[2]

After graduating in 2005, he was selected in the 2005 NBA Development League Draft by the Florida Flame, although he never played in a game for them. In 2006, he moved to Germany to BG Göttingen. That same year he received the award of the Most Valuable Player of the 2nd Basketball Bundesliga North.

Please check our size chart to confirm that this item will fit you perfectly.

Actual Measurements:

A. Length - 31"
B. Pit to Pit - 31"
C. Sleeve - 17.25"
Size On Tag: XXL
Fits More Like: Men's XXL 

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