Welcome! This site is for those who are basketball lovers and can enjoy a collection that celebrates basketball history. Within this site you will find a collection of items I find most personal and most meaningful to a player: their game worn jersey, warm up or uniform. From the old days of the New York Celtics and the Philadelphia Sphas to the obscure ABA teams of the 70s (like the Pittsburgh Condors or the Minnesota Pipers) to present-day stars, you can find them all here.If you'd like to casually browse through the collection, I recommend checking out my galleries.

The galleries break down the collection first by league (NBA and ABA), then by team. To see an enlarged picture of a jersey in a gallery, simply click on it. If you are looking for a specific player, check out my listings which break down the collection by player. Please don't leave without signing my guestbook; this site was a product of a lot of hard work and would appreciate your honest feedback via my guestbook. Finally, if you have any questions about the collection or have a basketball jersey, basketball uniform, or any piece of basketball history, feel free to contact me by e-mail - I greatly enjoy talking with others who love the history of the game as I do. Because I receive many emails concerning this topic, please note that I am a collector not a dealer, and NONE OF THESE UNIFORMS ARE FOR SALE. Thanks for stopping by!

For those who are regular visitors to the site, you will notice a few new additions, including the following: Fred Scolaris Ft. Wayne Piston shooting shirt, Whitey Skoogs Minneapolis Lakers shooting shirt, George Kings Syracuse Nats jersey, Sucars Bazilian Olympic uniform, Sam Jones fleece home warm up jacket, a Dallas Maverickss warm up jacket, Spencer Haywoods Seattle Sonics warm up jacket, Mel Danielss Indiana Pacers warm up, a Cleveland Rebelss warm up jacket, Francis Meehans Patterson Cresents warm up sweater, Rick Adelmans Kansas City-Omaha Kings warm up jacket, Oscar Robertsons Milwaukee Bucks warm up jacket, Arnie Risens All Star jersey.

The Game's Best Players

Several people have asked me who I believe are the best basketball players of all time by position. I will attempt to do this even though it is very difficult to compare players that played in different eras:

Small Forward: I believe Larry Bird is the best small forward that has played the game. Besides being a great shooter, Larry could pass, rebound and was a tremendous thinker on the court. Runner-ups would be Dr. J, Elgin Baylor, Rick Barry, and Alex English.

Power Forward: Karl Malone hands down. Karl is the second leading scorer of all time and possibly could overtake Kareem as leading scorer. Karl is a strong rebounder, and he can score inside or out. Moses Malone, Jerry Lucas and Bob Pettit are the runner-ups.

Center: This is the hardest one to evaluate. I think it is very close between Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Hakeem Olajuwon. Bill was a great shot blocker, rebounder and has all the rings. Wilt set so many offensive records (100 pts in 1 game, averaging over 50 pts. a game in 61/62, etc), led the league in assists one year and was a huge defensive presence. However, he doesn't have the rings that Bill has, but Bill played with better players. Kareem is the greatest scorer of all time, but wasn't the defensive threat that Bill or Wilt were. The Dream could do it all very well, and like Wilt has a couple rings. Since I can't make up my mind on the first 3, I"ll give it to The Dream.

Off-Guard: Michael Jordan wins here. Most people believe he is the greatest basketball player of all-time. ESPN calls him the greatest athlete of the last 100 years. Michael could do it all, and he worked hard to get better each year. The Iceman, The Pearl, and Mr. Clutch are my runner-ups.

Point Guard: Oscar Robertson wins this category easily. The "Big O" averaged a triple double in 61/62 and came very close in several other years. Oscar could shoot, pass, rebound and play defense. I believe he is the most complete player of all time. Magic, Pistol Pete, Tiny Archibald, and Isaiah Thomas are the runner ups.

As a side note: I don't believe Shaq, Vince, The Answer, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Kobe have played long enough to warrant nomination in these categories.

*Collector's Corner is an article which answers common questions about Dick's Courtroom*