Though the New York Knicks dressed five future Hall of Famers for the 1972 NBA finals, they could little to slow down the Los Angeles Lakers, and their mighty tandem of Wilt Chamberlain and Jerry West. The Knicks managed a win in a game one, but the Lakers took the next four, to win their first championship since relocating from Minneapolis. Along the way, the 1971-72 Lakers set a record for season wins with 69, and they also enjoyed a 33-game win streak, which still stands as the high mark for NBA play.
Relive the glory of this season for the ages, with this multi-signed 1971-72 Loa Angeles Lakers media guide. This vintage publication takes the bidding court in solid (VG-EX) condition, with a tight spine and decent gloss. Located on pages with corresponding player photos and stats, the autographs average ("8-9") potency, with: Wilt Chamberlain (HOF), Leroy Ellis, Jim McMillian, and Jerry West (HOF). Auction LOA from JSA.