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When Cousy came out of college the Celtics were not interested in him. He was drafted by the Tri Cities Blackhawks but did not sign with them and was picked up by Chicago Staggs. The Staggs would fold shortly after. League Commissioner Podoloff would declare three of the Staggs players would be available in a dispersal draft. Walter Brown was one of three to be invited to the draft and did not want Cousy. Well, as fate would have it, Brown would end up with Cousy. Brown said he could have fallen to the floor. He gave Cousy a salary of $9,000. Brown and Auerback were impressed with Cousy and started changing their mind about him as he was averaging 15.6 points a game with 6.9 rebounds and almost 5 assists. He would also be selected to his first of 13 straight All-Star selections. This store display is simply amazing and one of the nicest store displays we have ever seen. Display has some restoration and is 5ft tall. There is a crease in the face which you can view on our website. Simply one of the Best Basketball displays to come into the hobby.
AMAZING AND RARE 1960s BOB COUSY SUPER K SEAMLESS BASKETBALL STORE DISPLAY
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Auction closed on Sunday, December 1, 2019.
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