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Bonzi Wells

Gawen DeAngelo "Bonzi" Wells (born September 28, 1976) is an American college basketball coach and former professional player who is currently an assistant coach at Georgia Tech and previously was head coach at LeMoyne-Owen. He played college basketball at Ball State University and was drafted in the 1998 NBA draft. In the NBA, Wells played for five teams from 1998 to 2008: the Portland Trail Blazers, Memphis Grizzlies, Sacramento Kings, Houston Rockets, and New Orleans Hornets. More about Bonzi Wells

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Current items with a signature of Bonzi Wells

These are the most current items with a signature of Bonzi Wells that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1999 SP Authentic Bonzi Wells Sign Of The Times Auto Autograph #BW GMA 8.5$29.99logo
thumbnail2006-07 Fleer 1986 Retro Anniversary Bonzi Wells Autograph Signed Auto Kings $34.99logo
thumbnail2021-22 Select Signature Selections Bonzi Wells AU #SS-BZW Memphis Grizzlies$6.97logo
thumbnailBonzi Wells autographed Basketball Card 1998 Sage Red Rookie #A45 LE 63/999$14.00logo
thumbnailBonzi Wells Ball State Basketball Upperdeck SP Autograph Rookie Card 1998 Big 3$6.99logo
thumbnailBonzi Wells Collector's Edge 1998 Autograph Auto$5.00logo
Wells attended Muncie Central High School and then went on to play at Ball State University, also in Muncie. There he was named the Mid-American Conference Freshman Player of the Year in the 1995-96 season, while helping the Cardinals to the NCAA Tournament. Wells broke Ron Harper's conference record of 2,377 career points on a one-handed dunk against Northern Illinois on February 21, 1998. The dunk sent the sell-out crowd at University Arena into a frenzy. A timeout was immediately called and Wells was awarded the game ball by Ball State president John Worthen. Wells also led the Mid-American Conference in steals in 1998 with 73, averaging 3.55 steals in 29 games. Wells led the conference in steals during all four years at Ball State and finished his career as the Mid-American Conference all-time career records in points (2,485) and steals (347). While at Ball State he averaged 21.4 PPG, 3 SPG, and 7.3 RPG. He was selected eleventh overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 1998 NBA draft, but he never played for the Pistons as his draft rights were traded to the Portland Trail Blazers for the Blazers' 1999 first round pick. Six years later Ball State would retire his jersey number, 42, in recognition of his achievements.

As a swingman in Portland, Wells achieved career highs in scoring and improved somewhat on defense, and picked up what some would call a bad-boy image, while sharing the role of co-captain with Rasheed Wallace. Bonzi, however, did have his share of on- and off-court incidents. During his tenure with the Blazers, Bonzi was suspended for two games for publicly cursing at his coach after being taken out of a game. Bonzi was also fined in a separate incident for making an obscene gesture to a fan in a loss to the Philadelphia 76ers. When asked by a media reporter about the incident, he said, "I black out sometimes." Wells was suspended one game without pay and fined $10,000 for intentionally striking and verbally abusing an official in 2000. Bonzi and teammate Erick Barkley in 2001 were cited for criminal trespass after they refused to follow the order of an officer to leave the scene of a fight near a downtown nightclub. This only went to further the team's derisive nickname, The Jail Blazers. Trail Blazers management made an oath to the City of Portland to have a team of upstanding Portlanders, and drastically restructured the team. In an exchange that emphasized the urgency to release Wells, he was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies for reserve guard Wesley Person. Read even more about Bonzi Wells at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Bonzi Wells

In total, we tracked 155 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Bonzi Wells (Bonzi Wells Memphis Grizzlies SIGNED All Star Jersey Autographed Size XL) was sold in November 2016 for $99.99 while the cheapest item (Bonzi Wells Autographed 11x14 Photo Signed Portland Trailblazers) found a new owner for $0.01 in November 2017. The month with the most items sold (10) was December 2022 with an average selling price of $3.55 for an autographed item of Bonzi Wells. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in November 2016 with $99.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.01 was November 2017. In average, an autographed item from Bonzi Wells is worth $4.05.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Bonzi Wells were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1998 Press Pass Double Threat Rookie Scripts Autograph Bonzi Wells Auto$8.95logo
thumbnail1998 Upper Deck SP Basketball Bonzi Wells Rookie RC Autograph Auto #BW$6.13logo
thumbnail2020-21 Bonzi Wells Hoops Hoops Ink #21 Autograph. Blazers / Kings ??$6.11logo
thumbnail2021-22 Panini Select Bonzi Wells #SS-BZW Silver Prizm Autograph Grizzlies Auto$4.95logo
thumbnailBonzi Wells 2019-20 Mosaic Scripts Auto Autograph Memphis Grizzlies N29$3.25logo
thumbnailBonzi Wells 2019-20 Panini Obsidian Onyx AUTO Autograph /99 #OA-BZW Portland$4.99logo
thumbnailBonzi Wells 2020 NBA Panini Mosaic Scripts autographed card #SC-BWL Memphis$2.93logo