Item ID: 761666 INV ID: Watch Listing
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Wilt Chamberlain’s 100 point explosion against the New York Knicks is arguably the single greatest sports performance for one game in all of sports history. A record that has not even been approached in the sixty years since it took place, anything from this game is supremely desirable. The game took place in Hershey, Pennsylvania before a much smaller crowd that would normally attend a home Knicks or 76ers game, creasing a great scarcity for tickets. Fresh to the hobby, this was submitted to PSA over the summer and ran us a tidy $3,000 to get in the holder! The partial stub is larger than others that have traded. We asked PSA why it did not receive a numerical grade and they felt that it was cut of something larger, which we do not believe to be true. Either way, the promenade ticket has very light creasing, good color and a clean back. This has typical wear at the bottom border. An extremely significant item, with the current white-hot market for tickets from signature sporting events, this should be considered almost a Mount Everest-like piece for any advanced ticket collector!