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Sydney 2003/2004

Sydney 2003/2004 - Men's Premium T-Shirt
Sydney 2003/2004 - Men's Premium T-Shirt
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Sydney 2003/2004 - Men's Premium T-Shirt
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Sydney 2003/2004 - Men's Premium T-Shirt
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Sydney 2003/2004 - Men's Premium T-Shirt
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Sydney 2003/2004 - Men's Premium T-Shirt
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Sydney 2003/2004
Men's Premium T-Shirt
Normal fit
Classic cut t-shirt for men, 100% cotton (heather gray is 95% cotton/5% viscose. Heather Blue & Charcoal Gray are 80% cotton/20% polyester). Brand: Spreadshirt
$20.49
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Men's Premium T-Shirt
This premium t-shirt is as close to perfect as can be. It’s optimized for all types of print and will quickly become your favorite t-shirt. Soft, comfortable and durable, this is a definite must-own and a Spreadshirt recommended product.
  • 100% cotton (heather gray is 95% cotton /5% viscose. Heather Blue & Charcoal Gray are 80% Cotton/20% Polyester) | Fabric Weight: 5.29 oz (heavyweight)
  • Wide range of sizes from S-5XL
  • Fairly produced, certified and triple audited.
  • Double stitched, reinforced seams at shoulder, sleeve, collar and waist
  • Optimized for beautiful brilliance across all printing methods
  • Imported; processed and printed in the U.S.A.
Normal fit
  • Classic cut t-shirt for men
  • 100% cotton (heather gray is 95% cotton/5% viscose. Heather Blue & Charcoal Gray are 80% cotton/20% polyester). Brand: Spreadshirt

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Sydney 2003/2004
C. J. Bruton was recruited to take the place of the retired Shane Heal and Jason Smith was signed after returning to the NBL after playing in Europe. The Kings started the 2003/04 season with 12 successive wins, and would eventually win their second championship after their best-of-five grand final series with cross-town rivals West Sydney went down to the deciding fifth game. Kings player Matt Nielsen would win the regular season and finals MVP this year before leaving to play overseas. Sydney’s outstanding depth was also a key that season, with Brad Sheridan, Brett Wheeler, David Stiff, Luke Martin and BJ Carter all contributing quality minutes.