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About Boris Diaw Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Boris Diaw is a NBA center for the San Antonio Spurs. Diaw was selected by the Hawks in the first round of the 2003 NBA Draft and since leaving Atlanta he has gone on to play for the Phoenix Suns, Charlotte Bobcats, and currently the San Antonio Spurs. While in the NBA he has also won the NBA Most Improved Player Award in 2006 and won a NBA Championship in 2014 with the Spurs.
Authentic Boris Diaw memorabilia can be purchased at a great value now and make for a great investment in the future. Boris Diaw signed basketballs and autographed Boris Diaw jerseys are a great purchase to add to your sports room or NBA memorabilia collection. Playing on a successful team like the Spurs gives the young center the chance to win more NBA Championships and items signed with a Boris Diaw autograph a great investment for the future.
Add autographed Boris Diaw memorabilia to your basketball collection before their value sky rockets. Whether you’re a dedicated Spurs fan or serious sports collector, remember to shop more unique sports memorabilia from San Antonio Spurs All-Stars and NBA Champions Tim Duncan and Tony Parker.