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A backup to Bill Cartwright on the Chicago Bulls’ inaugural “Three-Peat” rosters, 7-foot-1 center Will Perdue proved to be a valuable commodity as his trade to San Antonio landed Dennis Rodman at the United Center for a second run of three successive championships. These shoes were worn and autographed by Perdue during the 1992-93 season on Chicago’s near-west side. The white leather Converse size “19” “REACT” accessories feature “CONS” embossed on the tongue of each and manufacturer’s tagging with NBA silhouette logos on the tongues’ undersides. On the outer side of each, Perdue has signed in black marker (both “7-8” strength) and inscribed “#32.” Moderate to heavy game use is evident with scuff marks throughout and wear about the rubberized soles. These shoes were obtained by a former Andy Frain usher who worked the Bulls games at the Chicago Stadium.