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Vtg 1996 Grateful Dead Lithuania Basketball Team T-Shirt B-Ball – Liquid Blue XL. $150.00. $5.95 shipping. or Best Offer. 15 watching.
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A shirt featuring the dunking skeleton, nicknamed 'Skully,' designed as a Grateful-Dead-appropriate mascot for the Lithuanian team. Source: buinesswire.com. When Lithuania's men's basketball team played at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, they did so with help from the Grateful Dead. The relationship with the long-running rock group was evident from the tie-dyed t-shirts team members wore when they weren't on the court, featuring the image of a slam-dunking skeleton.