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  1. Michael Jordan & Larry Bird Autographed Molten Gold Trophy Basketball

    Michael Jordan & Larry Bird Autographed Molten Gold Trophy Basketball

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    Michael Jordan and Larry Bird met for the first time on the court in 1984. Bird had already established himself as a bona fide NBA superstar when Jordan entered the league out of North Carolina. Over the course of the next eight seasons, the two would have many memorable matchups, including the famous 63-point Jordan playoff game. Although the pair teamed up nearly every season for the Eastern Conference at the All-Star Game, they truly joined... Learn More
  2. Michael Jordan Autographed "City Of The Big Shoulders" 40 x 25

    Michael Jordan Autographed "City Of The Big Shoulders" 40 x 25

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    When Michael Jordan was drafted by the Chicago Bulls out of the University of North Carolina in 1984, he brought instant expectations to a city starved for basketball success. But no pressure could be greater than the pressure MJ put on himself. One of the world of sport’s most intense competitors, Jordan would famously not accept failure. So when he set out to bring a championship to Chicago, nothing got in his way. Before he retired for... Learn More
  3. Michael Jordan Autographed 1996-97 Bulls Red NBA Finals Patch Mitchell & Ness Jersey

    Michael Jordan Autographed 1996-97 Bulls Red NBA Finals Patch Mitchell & Ness Jersey

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    While the Chicago Bulls won their fifth NBA Finals championship with a victory on their home court in Game 6 of the series, it was the incredible effort of one Michael Jordan on the road in Game 5 that continues to be one of the greatest stories in the history of sport. With the series tied 2-2 after the Utah Jazz posted two impressive home wins, Game 5 in the Delta Center in Salt Lake City promised to be the turning point in the series for... Learn More
  4. Michael Jordan Autographed 1998 NBA All-Star Game Chicago Bulls Mitchell & Ness Jersey

    Michael Jordan Autographed 1998 NBA All-Star Game Chicago Bulls Mitchell & Ness Jersey

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    Michael Jordan entered the 1998 NBA All-Star Game fighting a flu virus, but anyone who knew anything about Jordan knew he would play in the showcase at Madison Square Garden. Jordan led the Eastern Conference with 23 points on 10 of 18 shooting and added six rebounds, eight assists and three steals as they took down their rivals from the West, 135-114. Jordan earned MVP honors for the third time in his career. He faced off against a West team... Learn More
  5. Michael Jordan Autographed 1991 NBA All-Star Game Mitchell & Ness Jersey

    Michael Jordan Autographed 1991 NBA All-Star Game Mitchell & Ness Jersey

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    Although the Western Conference made it close -- a basket interference call on Karl Malone nullified a game-winning 3-pointer – the East featured one of the most stacked rosters in NBA All-Star Game history in the 116-114 win in Charlotte, North Carolina. Led by Bulls guard Michael Jordan, who was making his seventh career All-Star Game appearance, the East roster featured 10 future Hall of Famers among the 14 players – Joe Dumars, Charles... Learn More
  6. Michael Jordan Autographed Mitchell & Ness 1991 NBA All-Star Game Warmup Jacket

    Michael Jordan Autographed Mitchell & Ness 1991 NBA All-Star Game Warmup Jacket

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    The 41st edition of the NBA All-Star Game featured a who’s who of basketball greats. Played in Charlotte, North Carolina, the game would feature many future Hall of Fame members, including Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Kevin McHale, Larry Bird, Isiah Thomas, Magic Johnson, Karl Malone, David Robinson and James Worthy. Playing in his seventh career All-Star Game was Bulls guard Michael Jordan. Jordan led all scorers in the 1991 contest with... Learn More
  7. Michael Jordan Autographed Molten Gold Trophy Basketball

    Michael Jordan Autographed Molten Gold Trophy Basketball

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    Among his many career achievements, winning championships rank at the top for Michael Jordan. He captured six NBA Finals titles with the Bulls, winning three in a row twice in the 1990s. He was part of the original Dream Team to capture OIympic gold in 1992. He helped North Carolina win an NCAA Final Four in 1982. In short, he was been a champion at every level of basketball and is widely regarded as the greatest basketball player of all time.... Learn More
  8. Michael Jordan Autographed Legend Bamboo Print

    Michael Jordan Autographed Legend Bamboo Print

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    Legend is no doubt a word you can use to describe Michael Jordan with 100% accuracy. On and off the court, he left an indelible mark on the sport and culture of basketball. “Legend” is the title of the latest in the line of bamboo prints produced by UDA. It features a galactic background with three iconic images of Jordan at his very best. The powerful hues in this design are made more powerful mixed with the unique natural characteristics of... Learn More
  9. EXCLUSIVE Michael Jordan Autographed Rawlings Minor League Baseball

    Michael Jordan Autographed Rawlings Minor League Baseball

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    When he was dominating basketball and the entire sports landscape in the 1980s and early ’90s, Michael Jordan transcended sports and became a cultural icon. Following his third consecutive NBA Finals championship with the Bulls, Jordan retired from basketball to pursue a baseball career. In one year of professional baseball (one season at Double-A and one season in the Arizona Fall League), he didn’t put up extraordinary numbers. However,... Learn More
  10. Michael Jordan Autographed 1988 Scoreboard Dunk Framed Photo 30 x 40

    Michael Jordan Autographed 1988 Scoreboard Dunk Framed Photo 30 x 40

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    Facing a challenge has never been an issue for Michael Jordan. In 1988’s Slam Dunk contest in Chicago, he needed a 49 out of 50 to beat Dominique Wilkins, aka The Human Highlight Film. What Jordan did next was the stuff of legends. He lined up on the other end of the court, dribbled down to the free throw line and began his ascension. While soaring toward the basket, he double-pumped the ball before slamming it home to the delight and... Learn More
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