Allen Iverson Georgetown NCAA Basketball Jersey
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Quick Find: Allen Iverson Georgetown Hoyas NCAA Basketball Jersey
One of the coolest retro basketball jerseys is Allen Iverson’s Georgetown jersey. He arrived at Georgetown way back in 1994. He immediately lit up the Big East Conference on his way to winning the rookie of the year award. This was back when the Big East was stacked with talent.
During his second and final year with the Hoyas he led them to the Big East championship. The Hoyas stayed on a roll and went all the way to the Elite 8 in the NCAA tournament. After that season Iverson left for the NBA. He was the number one pick in the NBA draft joining the Philadelphia 76ers.
Allen Iverson’s Georgetown jersey is not easy to find and is only produced in limited runs. Our favourite is the navy away jersey and you can currently buy at it Amazon:
Iverson’s jersey is currently sold out at Fanatics, FansEdge, and the NBA Store. We will add a link here and update this page as soon as it becomes available.
UPDATE – Iverson’s Hoyas jersey has been restocked at Fanatics! Click the link below to buy it. It’s the official Mitchell & Ness version and it’s a fantastic, high quality jersey. Mitchell & Ness is a premium brand so this jersey is more expensive than the Amazon listing. The restock won’t last long so don’t wait.
Finally, we recommend checking out the officially licensed signed Allen Iverson Georgetown jerseys at Sports Memorabilia. You’ll find a number of different framed options at a variety of price points. Sports Memorabilia is a top retailer. They offer the best pricing and provide a Lifetime Authenticity Guarantee for all autographed products.
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If you’re feeling hyped after looking at Iverson’s Georgetown jerseys, check out this great highlight video from his college career. It’s amazing seeing a young Iverson fly by defenders for lay-ups and dunks.