Magic Johnson Signed Authentic LA Lakers Jersey Framed with JSA Authentication: A Must-Have for Lakers Fans
Price: $1495 Category: Memorabilia Inquiries: 0477 555 557 Shipping: Free shipping worldwide
Make a statement and relive the Showtime era with this stunning, autographed Magic Johnson LA Lakers jersey. This exceptional piece of memorabilia will transport you back to the golden age of the Lakers, when Magic and his teammates ruled the NBA.
Features: • Officially licensed LA Lakers jersey, personally hand-signed by Magic Johnson • Custom photographs of Magic Johnson accompany the jersey, capturing iconic moments of his career • Beautiful gold plaque featuring Magic Johnson's career statistics, adding a touch of elegance to the frame • Expertly framed and ready to hang on your wall, with dimensions of 1040mm x 840mm • The frame in the photos is the actual frame for sale, not a concept • Authenticity guaranteed with a Certificate of Authenticity, and holograms from MJB Memorabilia (MJB 100171) and JSA (DD05747) • Free shipping to any destination worldwide • View the memorabilia piece before purchasing through a Zoom meeting, Skype, or FaceTime • Priced at only $1495 • AfterPay available and PayPal pay by 4 options
Don't miss the opportunity to own a piece of Lakers history with this extraordinary Magic Johnson signed jersey. Perfect for die-hard fans and collectors alike, this framed memorabilia will be a showstopper in your sports collection.
Magic Johnson and the Los Angeles Lakers: A Legacy of Greatness
Magic Johnson, born Earvin Johnson Jr., is an NBA legend and a key figure in the storied history of the Los Angeles Lakers. As one of the most dominant point guards to ever play the game, Magic Johnson revolutionized basketball with his incredible court vision, pinpoint passing, and leadership skills.
Drafted first overall by the Lakers in 1979, Johnson quickly made an impact in the league. His rookie season was nothing short of extraordinary, as he stepped in for an injured Kareem Abdul-Jabbar during Game 6 of the 1980 NBA Finals. Magic played center and recorded a triple-double, securing the championship for the Lakers and earning the Finals MVP award. This remarkable performance set the tone for Johnson's illustrious career.
Throughout the 1980s, Magic Johnson and the "Showtime" Lakers dominated the NBA, capturing a total of five championships (1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, and 1988). The fast-paced, entertaining style of play that defined the Showtime era was driven by Johnson's exceptional playmaking abilities and the team's stacked roster, which included stars like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, James Worthy, and Byron Scott.
Johnson's rivalry with Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird further fueled the Lakers' success. Their head-to-head battles in the NBA Finals became the stuff of legends and reignited the longstanding rivalry between the Lakers and the Celtics. The Magic-Bird rivalry elevated the popularity of the NBA and contributed to the global growth of the sport.
Magic Johnson's career was cut short in 1991 when he announced his retirement after being diagnosed with HIV. Despite his early retirement, Johnson's impact on the Lakers and the NBA is undeniable. A 12-time All-Star, 3-time MVP, and 5-time NBA champion, Magic Johnson's legacy with the Los Angeles Lakers will forever be remembered as a golden era in the team's history.
Today, Magic Johnson continues to be involved with the Lakers, having served as the team's president of basketball operations from 2017 to 2019. His influence on the game, both on and off the court, cements his status as a true icon in the world of basketball.