Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympics Gold Medal Game Worn Sneakers Break Record At Auction

Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympics Gold Medal Game Worn Sneakers Break Record At Auction

 

Michael Jordan’s autographed shoes from the 1984 Olympics Golde Medal Game, were sold at auction.

The shoes sold this morning for a record price for game used sneakers for an insane $190,373. The Converse sneakers were put up for auction by the ball boy who worked the game as an 11-year-old, who is the son Los Angeles Lakers legend Gail Goodrich.

It was the last time Jordan wore Converse sneakers in a game. He singed a contract with Nike directly after the Olypmics.

SCP Auctions sold the shoes, and their Vice president Dan Imler said:

 

“The record-shattering price proves that Michael Jordan has no equal in the marketplace for game-used basketball memorabilia.”

 

SCP Auctions

 

The previous record, was also held by Jordan. His “Flu Game” sneakers worn during Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals between the Bulls and Jazz, sold for $104,765 in 2013.

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