1974 Moses Malone Dapper Dan Tournament Mvp Trophy
1974 Moses Malone Dapper Dan Tournament MVP Trophy (Family LOA)
This trophy stand 20-1/2” tall and weighs 5 lbs. It was presented to Moses Malone when he was selected as the MVP of the 1974 Dapper Dan Roundball Classic, the national High School All-Star Game and the equivalent to today’s McDonald’s All-Star Game. Malone was drafted by the ABA’s Utah Stars that same year and he became one of the first basketball players to jump straight from high school into the professional leagues. The trophy features a brass basketball player and cup atop a 4-1/2” wooden cube base. An engraved plaque on the base reads “PGH. POST GAZETTE - DAPPER DAN ROUNDBALL CLASSIC - 1974 M.V.P. - U.S. ALL-STARS”. Trophy is in EX condition and is accompanied by an LOA from Malone’s family.