Matisse Thybulle Autographed Jersey

Bid now on a Matisse Thybulle autographed Nike 76ers jersey.

Playing for the Philadelphia 76ers and the Australian national team, shooting guard Matisse Thybulle is a star both on and off the court.
Born in Scottsdale, Arizona, Matisse (named after French artist Henry Matisse) moved with his family to Australia at the age of just two, where he spent many of his formative years before returning to the States in third grade.

A lover of many different sports, including swimming, Matisse’s gift for basketball emerged in high school. After starring for Eastside Catholic for two years, he joined the University of Washington as a four-star recruit in 2015, where he became the first player in school history to be named the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year.
In his first year in the league with the Philadelphia 76ers, Matisse settled in immediately. He joined the elite company alongside Allen Iverson as the only Sixers rookie to record five threes and three steals in a game since 1983 and was top 20 in the NBA in steals per season with 94.

Not content with just being a star on the court, his personal vlog highlighting his dry wit, stellar personality, and intuitive knack for quality content garnered him 400K subscribers and more than one million views per episode.

Deeply passionate about social justice and equality, Matisse was one of many NBA players who took to the streets to protest in support of Black Lives Matter and has continued to make his voice heard both on social media and through his vlog.

In February of 2021, Matisse was named as part of the 24-man Australian Boomers squad for the Olympics and played a crucial role in helping his country secure a bronze medal in Tokyo.

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