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Hoopster Nation: Blue Edwards Utah Jazz Game Worn Jersey

In the past I’ve posted some retro NBA jerseys that I’ve found on eBay. After scouring the site for a few minutes today I found some gems and decided that there was plenty of awesomeness on there that I’d start to post more of the amazing jerseys that I found. Hoopsters are everywhere and hopefully I can help make Bacon Sports the #1 destination for all of their retro, vintage, and random jersey needs.

Today I bring you a game worn Theordore “Blue” Edwards game worn Utah Jazz jersey. For a mere $240 you can walk around and be the coolest Hoopster in the history of the world.

Blue Edwards Jersey ebay

Blue Edwards is definitely one of the top 10 coolest names ever, that’s why having his jersey would be so dope. What you probably didn’t know about Blue is that he was actually a decent player. He averaged a respectable 10.8 ppg for his career and was good enough to be in the NBA for 10 seasons. Here’s a trivia nugget that you can drop on your friends regarding Blue Edwards: he was the first player to record a triple double in Vancouver Grizzlies history. He did it on March 1, 1996 against the Dallas Mavericks. That was also his first career triple double.

If you are interested in purchasing this jersey you can go here.

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Sports loving free throw specialist living in Chicago who is awesome most of the time, has run with the bulls in Spain, and is a graduate of Second City's Improv program.
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