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Fan of the Dream Team, 90s Chicago Bulls, or maybe Space Jam? Then you know Michael Jordan ruled the basketball world during the 1990s. His legacy continues to live on with the reignited interest in all things MJ with 'The Last Dance' documentary. You can pay homage to one of greatest players of all time with officially licensed Michael Jordan Jerseys & Gear including authentic jerseys, a Michael Jordan Funko POP or UNC shirt.




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Do your best to be "Like Mike" and pick up some these iconic Michael Jordan jerseys while you still can. Looking for more? Shop the entire Chicago Bulls jersey collection, browse our Jordan clothing store or find the perfect pair of Jordan shoes including the Air Jordan 35.


Do your best to be \"Like Mike\" and pick up some these iconic Michael Jordan jerseys while you still can. Looking for more? Shop the entire Chicago Bulls jersey collection, browse our Jordan clothing store or find the perfect pair of Jordan shoes including the Air Jordan 35.


Honor one of the greatest players of all time with official Michael Jordan merchandise and gear from the online retailer of the NBA. Browse our selection of historic Michael Jordan jerseys, signed basketballs, framed photos, and more memorabilia. Snag one of the iconic Michael Jordan Funko Figure for the ulimate gift for a Jordan fan. Looking for vintage Jordan jerseys? Grab a 1988-1989 vintage All-Star jersey, "The Shrug" jersey, or "The Return" #45 Jordan jersey. Keep coming back for even more must-have collectibles representing the iconic #23.


The jersey is also considered the most valuable Jordan-relate item ever sold at an auction. In 2021, a pair of sneakers he wore during his first season with the Bulls was sold for nearly $1.5 million.


The Chicago Bulls jersey Michael Jordan wore during Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals was sold for $10.1 million at Sotheby's this week, the auction house announced. The bidding went on from Sept. 6-14 and reached a price that was significantly higher than the $3-5 million estimated when Sotheby's first announced the auction.


According to Sotheby's, Jordan wore the jersey on June 3, 1998 when he registered 33 points in 45 minutes against the Utah Jazz. The game went into overtime, but the Bulls took an 88-85 loss on the road. That series ended up going to six games, and the Bulls walked away with the title that gave Jordan his sixth and final NBA championship ring. He also earned his sixth Finals MVP award that year.


"The season itself is his 'magnum opus' as an athlete, and a testament to him as a champion and competitor," said Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectables, in a press release last month. "Finals jerseys from Jordan are remarkably scant, and the 1997-1998 Finals are arguably the most coveted of them all."


The auction website described the jersey as being "in excellent condition consistent with use." It comes with a photo-matching certificate from The MeiGray Group, as well as a graded copy of a June 1998 Sports Illustrated, which features Jordan wearing the jersey on the cover.


One of Michael Jordan's "Last Dance" jerseys took its final bow after setting the record for the highest-priced game-worn sports memorabilia to be sold at auction. The No. 23 jersey worn in game one of the Chicago Bulls' iconic 1998 finals run went for $10,091,000 million at Sotheby's, netting an "astounding" 20 bids.


A record-breaking day. Michael Jordan's iconic 1998 NBA Finals 'The Last Dance' jersey has sold for $10.1 million, setting records for a basketball jersey, any game-worn sports memorabilia, and most valuable #MichaelJordan item ever sold at auction. pic.twitter.com/7t8G98N5pW


Diego Maradona's "Hand of God" jersey from the 1986 World Cup, which sold for $9.28 million, previously held the record for the highest-priced jersey sold at auction. A Mickey Mantle baseball card sold last month for $12.9 million, the highest price a sports collectible has ever fetched.


The jersey is also the most expensive Jordan item ever sold, surpassing an autographed card that sold for $2.7 million. Sotheby's had expected up to a $5 million winning bid, but 20 offers drove the price to double that estimate.


Jordan wore the jersey on the way to his sixth NBA championship with the Chicago Bulls, a journey chronicled in the popular TV series "The Last Dance." At the time, the 1998 Finals were the most-watched in history, as viewers across the globe tuned in to see the star's last run with the likes of Phil Jackson, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and Steve Kerr.


The Bulls lost the game that featured this $10.1 million jersey, falling to the Utah Jazz despite Jordan's 33-point performance. The game was in Utah and the Bulls donned their iconic red away-game jerseys. The Jordan-led team ended up taking the series 4-2, and Jordan grabbed his sixth NBA Finals MVP.


Sotheby's reported "a new generation of collectors" in announcing the sale of Jordan's jersey on Thursday. In addition to physical collectibles, the New York-based auction house has pushed to modernize, auctioning NFTs and even boasting its own metaverse location.


The jersey was actually a Christmas gift from fellow wide receiver Chris Godwin to his teammates. Evans got the GOAT and he performed like one of the best wide receivers in the game. And he did so against a team from North Carolina.


In 2015, a NBA Finals Chicago Bulls jersey that Jordan gathered slightly over US$173,000 dollars. Worn in 1998 against the New York Knicks, it marked his final regular season appearance with the Bulls and became the then highest price paid for a Jordan collectible at auction.


This time, a second shirt will be accompanied by a photo matching certificate from The MeiGray Group regarding the game use. It also comes with a graded copy of a June 1998 Sports Illustrated, which features this jersey on the cover.


A jersey worn by Michael Jordan in Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals -- part of the hallowed "Last Dance" season for Jordan that culminated with the Chicago Bulls reigning victorious over the Utah Jazz -- has sold for $10.091 million with auction house Sotheby's.


It is only the second Jordan jersey from the NBA Finals to ever appear at auction, according to Sotheby's. The previous record for any Jordan item was a 1997-98 Upper Deck Game Jersey patch card, with an on-card autograph, which sold for $2.7 million in October 2021.


"The season itself is his 'magnum opus' as an athlete, and a testament to him as a champion and competitor," Brahm Wachter, Sotheby's head of streetwear and modern collectables, said in a statement. "Finals jerseys from Jordan are remarkably scant and the [1998] Finals are arguably the most coveted of them all."


Mike Evans had a great game against the Carolina Panthers. Was the secret wearing a University of North Carolina jersey with the number 23 and Michael Jordan's name?


The tid bit was revealed by Chris Godwin, Evans' teammate on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who confessed that he was the wide receiver's Secret Santa and gave him Jordan's jersey as a gift. Evans had a game-high 207 yards, three touchdowns and 10 receptions.


The American sports clothing retailer has also been busy working on its Heritage Collection recently. As part of its latest collection, the label will recreate more than 150 classic NBA jerseys from the 1990s.


Jordan's game-worn Bulls jersey from Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals will be featured in Sotheby's online auction titled Invictus: Part 1 with open bidding to be held from September 6-14. The jersey will also be on public display in Monterey, California from August 17-20.


The iconic red away jersey, which was featured throughout episode 10 of the ESPN documentary "The Last Dance", has an estimated worth of about $3-5 million, marking the highest auction estimate for any piece of Jordan memorabilia.


Some of Jordan's game-worn jerseys have been sold for more than $200,000, but the '98 Finals/ Last Dance jersey holds incredible value because it was worn during one of Jordan's most celebrated seasons of his legendary career.


A Jordan trading card recently sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars on the PWCC Marketplace. The 1997 Upper Deck game jersey patch autograph card sold for $840,000. The card featured his jersey from the 1992 NBA All-Star Game. Beckett graded the card a min/near mint 8 and the signature was given a 10. 041b061a72


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