Warriors rookie Jordan Bell calls out site for selling ‘game-used’ jersey that he never wore

Former Oregon forward Jordan Bell was drafted by the Bulls in the second round this year, but then the Warriors made a deal with Chicago to have him join their championship squad as the only rookie. So now the 22-year-old is getting a bit more attention than he would have if he had stayed on the Bulls.

He’s apparently so popular that sites appear to be trying to sell fake Jordan Bell jerseys. On Saturday, the rookie called out this tweet that links to sports merchandise site Fanatics:

Bell pointed out that the jersey has the wrong number. He wore No. 1 at Oregon (and on the Warriors he’s wearing No. 2).

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However, Bell gave them an “A for effort,” which is nice of him.

As for that jersey, as of Saturday afternoon, Fanatics had it listed as “out of stock,” while still saying it is “game used” and that it “comes with a certificate of authenticity.”

For The Win has reached out to Fanatics for comment.

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