Michael Jordan’s $5 million valuation shirt from the 1998 NBA Finals is on sale

Bidding begins for Michael Jordan’s $5 million jersey from Game One in the 1998 NBA Finals – autographed Serena Williams shoes, Kobe Bryant Lakers uniform, and A-Rod’s World Series hat also available!

  • Bidding for one of the most popular sports jerseys has officially opened
  • Rich fans can try to grab Michael Jordan’s iconic 1998 Bulls red jersey
  • Sports memorabilia auction with unique items is open until September 15th

Rich fans don’t have to wait any longer to try and get their hands on Michael Jordan’s iconic red jersey at the 1998 Chicago Bulls.

Bidding on one of the most popular sports jerseys has now begun, with an estimated price of the shirt between $3 million and $5 million.

The number 23 jersey from Game One of the 1998 NBA Finals, which the Bulls went on to win to seal the basketball legend’s sixth championship in his final season with the team, belongs to the Sotheby’s Invictus Sports Artifact Collection Part One.

Jordan scored 45 minutes in the first game of the Finals against the Utah Jazz in more than two decades as he scored 33 points to take the game into overtime.

The Bulls lost the opening game but Jordan played the title role as he won his sixth NBA ring and sixth in the Finals Most Valuable Player.

Jordan’s last NBA Finals was filmed in a 10-part documentary series from ESPN and Netflix titled The Last Dance two years ago, sparking fond memories among fans as well as reminding people of his basketball greatness.

The valuable souvenir has been put up for sale at Sotheby's Online Auction, which opens today

Michael Jordan’s red Chicago Bulls jersey from Game One of the 1998 NBA Finals is on sale

Estimated price of the shirt is between $3 and $5 million, listed by Sotheby's

Estimated price of the shirt is between $3 and $5 million, listed by Sotheby’s

Jordan (left) of the Chicago Bulls tries to pass Jeff Hornaske (right) of the Utah Jazz in Game 1

Jordan (left) of the Chicago Bulls tries to pass Jeff Hornaske (right) of the Utah Jazz in Game 1

Interest in Jordan has returned again after The Last Dance series, with the return of the series “Jordan Fever”. And now you can come back again.

A shot of Jordan in action in the first game of the 1998 Finals also appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated and a scaled-down version of that is part of the set for sale.

Jordan’s #23 shirt stands out significantly in its own right as the auction runs through September 15th.

The Invictus Part II includes an array of valuable memorabilia, from a pair of Serena Williams shoes to Kobe Bryant’s #24 Los Angeles Lakers jersey.

A pair of Serena Williams shoes signed by the 23-time Grand Slam champion can be purchased

The autographed A-Rod New York Yankees hat he wore at the 2009 World Championships is also on sale.

Fans can also bid for Serena Williams autographed shoes (L) and an A-Rod hat as part of the auction.

The famous Los Angeles Lakers jersey worn by Kobe Bryant from the last game on Opening Day in 2015 will also be available.

The famous Los Angeles Lakers jersey worn by Kobe Bryant from the last game on Opening Day in 2015 will also be available.

Sotheby’s Auction

Part 1: Michael Jordan 1998 NBA Finals shirt

Part 2: Wayne Gretzky used the wand from the last game of his career

Dennis Rodman 1997 NBA Finals Jersey

Muhammad Ali work Kufi

Dennis Rodman 72 jersey wins 1995-1996

Alex Rodriguez 2009 World Championship hat

Nike Oregon Waffle Steve Prefontaine sneakers

LeBron James Cleveland Cavaliers 2005-2006 Nike Shoes

Kobe Bryant Los Angeles Lakers 2015 Inaugural Jersey

Roger Federer 2011 French Open Racket

Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts 2003 Shirt

Rafael Nadal 2019 US Open boots

Jackie Robinson and Babe Ruth signed baseball

Serena Williams signed Nike sneakers

Derek Jeter Air Jordan

Michael Jordan autographed baseball cleats

J Morante Memphis Grizzlies 2021-22

Williams, who dropped the curtain on her illustrious tennis career last week after losing in the third round of the US Open, signed a pair of Nike sneakers, designed by Virgil Abloh for the Queen collection four years ago to honor the player and the 50th anniversary. New York Grand Slam.

The estimated price of the shoes ranges from $5,000 to $10,000, while fans can also try to grab Bryant’s iconic yellow and purple jersey from his last game on the opening day of the 2015-16 season.

The late NBA legend collected 24 points, four rebounds and two steals in nearly 29 minutes against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The price of a T-shirt can reach almost 140 thousand dollars.

There are three other basketball jerseys available in the collection, including the Dennis Rodman No. 91 Bulls jersey as well as the Ja Morant jersey for the 2021-22 Memphis Grizzlies.

Bidders could also try to get Wayne Gretzky’s stick from his last NHL game, valued at between $125,000 to $200,000, Muhammad Ali wore Kofi ($100,000 to $200,000), Steve Prefontaine shoes used by Nike Waffle ($150,000) $250K), a signed pair of LeBron James shoes from the 2005-06 Cleveland Cavaliers season ($40K-$60,000) and Roger Federer’s 2011 French Open tennis racket for $60,000 to $80,000.

The hat that New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez wore to win the 2009 world championship is also part of the collection signed by A-Rod himself and is valued at between $40,000 and $60,000.

The collection of cool sports memorabilia also includes a Peyton Manning 2003 Indianapolis Colts jersey, Rafael Nadal shoes from the 2019 US Open, a baseball game with autographs Jackie Robinson and Bab Ruth, Derek Jeter Air Jordan and autographed baseball cleats from Jordan.

Diego Maradona’s 1986 World Cup jersey when Argentina ousted England in Mexico – the shirt he wore when he scored his “Hand of God” and “Goal of the Century” goals – earned $8.7 million at a Sotheby’s auction in May.

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