May 8, 2012 BY John Kim
A quick recap of one of the NBA’s greatest offseasons in history: in 2007, the Boston Celtics acquired Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen for what would amount to be ten players in total (both active and in the form of draft picks), and immediately, the moving of the chesspieces worked. Boston won an NBA Title at season’s end, and both Ray and KG, both considered two of the best to never have won a ‘chip, were no longer part of that category and essentially made the final, definitive point in the case of Hall of Fame induction.
Sonics fans did not respond well to the trade, as Ray posted career highs in scoring that very season and would’ve been the perfect veteran to pair with Kevin Durant while allowing the rookie to mature as a player, but the trade clearly worked out in favor for both teams (but not for Sonics fans). This PE of the Air Jordan XII precedes the trade by several years, but it’s always a treat to look back at his PE stash because it is without question the most complete set out of any player in the league. More views of this White/Canyon Gold PE after the jump, so take a look and check out the listing from the.warehouse on eBay.