Say What?!: Michael Jordan’s Rookie Year Shoes Sell for Record $1.47M
LAS VEGAS – A pair of Nike shoes worn by Michael Jordan during his rookie season with the Chicago Bulls sold for a record-breaking $1.47 million at a Las Vegas auction.
Auction house Sotheby’s said the white and red Nike Air Ships, which were worn by Jordan during his fifth game with the Bulls in 1984, set a new world record as the most valuable game-worn shoes ever sold from any sport when they fetched the top bid.
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