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  1. Michael Jordan Autographed Basketball

    Michael Jordan Autographed Basketball

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    Counting his field goals, free throws and three-pointers during regular season play, NBA All-Star and playoff performer Michael Jordan put the ball in the basket an incredible 23,319 times during his NBA career. Many of those scores came in pressure packed situations, making M.J. one of the game's best closers. Retain your favorite memories of a 10-time NBA scoring leader with this Michael Jordan silver-signed Spalding synthetic leather... Learn More
  2. 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
  3. Michael Jordan & Julius Erving Autographed Authentic Spalding Basketball

    Michael Jordan & Julius Erving Autographed Authentic Spalding Basketball

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    The NBA has always been about bridging from one great generation of players to another. When it comes to sheer athleticism and acrobatic poetry in motion, perhaps no greater bridge existed than the one shared by Julius Erving and Michael Jordan. A quick look at the imagery from the 1970s and ’80s shows the amazing individual moves Dr. J invented and perfected. At the time when Dr. J was nearing the end of his brilliant career, a young guard... Learn More
  4. 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
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