Bob Lanier - Detroit Pistons 1972 Road Jersey
Mitchell & Ness 1971-1972 Detroit Pistons royal double knit road throwback jersey #16 Bob Lanier Bob Lanier was the driving force behind St. Bonaventure’s 1970 NCAA title run. While playing in an important tournament game, Lanier tore a ligament in his knee. Despite his ailment and the need for surgery the Detroit Pistons still made Lanier the first overall pick in the 1970 draft. In just his second season in the NBA, Lanier began to show his potential and developed into a dominating force within the league. Lanier averaged 25.7 ppg and 14.2 rpg as he was named to the 1971-1972 NBA All Star team.