Nate Archibald - Sacramento Kings 1973 Home Jersey
Mitchell & Ness 1972-1973 Kansas City Kings white double knit home throwback jersey #10 Nate Archibald Nate Archibald, who was known as Tiny for his six foot one inch frame and his 150 lb build, was drafted by the Cincinnati Royals in 1970. Prior to the start of his third season with the team the Royals packed up and moved to Kansas City to become the Kansas City-Omaha Kings. The Kings name was chosen because Major League Baseball had already established a team in Kansas City called the Royals. The transition of the move didnít affect the way Archibald played as he won the 1972-1973 NBA scoring title with an average of 34 ppg. Archibald also became the first player in the history of the NBA to lead the league in scoring and assists.