NBA Game Worn jersey museum "Layupshot"館内で展示されているジャージは全て販売可能です。（既に販売済みのジャージも含まれています）
サイト内 "Price negotiation" ボタンより簡単なフォームにご記入頂くと、在庫の有無・販売価格をメールにて返信致します。
All jerseys display within the NBA Game Worn jersey museum "Layupshot" are available for purchase. (Some jerseys on display are already sold)
We will get back to you with the availability and price information if you contact us through the "Price Negotiation" button.
Jerseys displayed in this museum have been worn, or issued to be worn by actual NBA players.
NBA Game Worn jersey museum "Layupshot" 博物馆内展示的所有球衣都是可以选购的（已售出的款式也在包含展示范围内）。
在本网页内，您只需点击 "Price negotiation" 图标，并简单的填写相应信息，相关球衣的库存和价格会通过EMAIL的形式发送给您。
This jersey worn by #98 Jason Collins of the Brooklyn Nets throughout the Nets' 91-84 loss to the Boston Celtics on March 7, 2014 at TD Garden in Boston, MA.Collins, who dressed for the game but did not play, autographed this jersey on the back #9 of his #98 after the game."3-7-14" is handwritten on the jock tag.Collins became the first openly gay, active male athlete from one of the four major North American professional team sports on Feb. 23, after signing with his original team, the Nets.Since he was added to the roster, Collins's jersey rose to the No. 1 spot on the top-selling jersey list at NBAStore.com.Collins chose to wear the number "98" in honor of Matthew Shepard, a college student who was murdered in 1998 after being targeted for being openly gay.The NBA has a long history of supporting the LGBT community including partnerships with GLSEN, GLAAD and Athlete Ally and was the recipient of the 2012 Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion Award at the GLSEN Respect Awards.In addition, Jason Collins received the 2013 Courage Award at the 10th annual GLSEN Respect Awards and Denver Nuggets star Kenneth Faried was awarded the 2012 J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, in part because of his relationship to Athlete Ally and his work championing equality and bringing awareness to the importance of respect and inclusion.