Only the seventh player in Tar Heels history to have his uniform number retired, forward Antawn Jamison has since gone on to leave his indelible mark on the NBA hardwood. These Baltimore Bullets throwback apparel items were issued to Jamison during his six-season tenure (2004-2010) in the Nation’s Capital. Includes:
Jacket a blue knit button-down garment with an orange pinstripe pattern and “Bullets” sewn across the chest in orange twill. The short-sleeved item has two zippered front pockets, a 4”-wide collar and an NBA silhouette logo sewn to the right sleeve. Within the collar and on the left front tail, “Reebok” labels denote size “4XL.” At the latter location, a (“1970-71”) strip tag accompanies.
Pants blue knit leg wear with button-down sides and a Baltimore Bullets logo sewn to the left thigh. “BALTIMORE BULLETS” is sewn within the elasticized waistband, which is also home to a drawstring, a “Reebok Hardwood Classic” label and size “3XL Tall” tag with Jamison’s number “4” inscribed in blue marker.
Warm-Up Shirt a gray cotton pullover garment with “Bullets” sewn across the chest in orange cotton and “72” sewn to the left breast in blue. Orange stretch ribbed cotton lines the short sleeves, and blue stretch ribbed cotton lines the collar, whose interior is home to a “Reebok Hardwood Classics” label and a size “4XL” tag with a black marker notation of “4.”
These items were issued to Jamison during his Wizards tenure and show evidence of minimal wear.