These specially-designed, full-size basketballs include a white panel with the Florida Gators logo, the score of the 2007 NCAA Championship game plus signatures from Joakim Noah, Al Horford, Corey Brewer, Taurean Green, Lee Humphrey and standout sixth man Chris Richard.
Only 200 of the balls were signed by all six players and less than 100 of the balls remain available to the general public. There is a limit of two (2) basketballs per customer. The balls are available for immediate shipping at www.2006DualChamps.com.
In addition to the basketballs, the players have signed a limited number of the Michael Montgomery art prints depicting the Gators' dual national championships, an item that has become one of the most popular collectibles available to UF fans.
The 600 Series of 100 prints (No. 600 - No. 699), in the limited edition of 1,200 prints, have been signed by all five starters and sixth man Chris Richard. There is a limit of one (1) print per customer. The prints are available for immediate shipping. Framed prints are also available, but allow 2-3 weeks for shipping of framed print orders.
Also available are commemorative footballs signed by Chris Leak and Dallas Baker, the National Championship poster signed by Jarvis Moss, Sports Illustrated magazine plaques signed by Chris Leak and Corey Brewer plus other collector's items.
To check out all the available merchandise, go to www.2006DualChamps.com.
Signed basketballs and prints
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