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Another piece of authentic cheap jordans Michael Jordan memorabilia has sold in auction for an eye-popping figure.
Nearly two years after the shoes cheap jordans for sale worn by the Bulls legend during Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals (the famous "Flu Game") sold for nearly $105,000, a pair of Nikes that Jordan wore for a game in 1984 sold in an auction yesterday for $71,553.
The Nike "Air Ships"—a precursor to the "Air Jordan" shoes cheap jordans for sale online that hit the market in 1985—were owned by former Los Angeles Lakers ball boy Khalid Ali, who said Jordan gave him the autographed shoes after a game in L.A. on Dec. 2, 1984.
Ali, who was 15 when he got the pair of shoes, tapped SCP Auctions last cheap jordans on sale month to sell the shoes. He told SCP he kept them in a closet for three decades before deciding to put them on the market.
The auction ran for 2½ weeks through the website of Laguna Niguel cheap jordans online, Calif.-based SCP, which did not disclose the buyer in a statement announcing the sale.
The Jordan shoes are the second high-priced piece of memorabilia from a Chicago sports legend in the past six months at SCP Auctions cheap jordans sale. In December, the group sold an authentic game-worn 1969 Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs jersey for $151,652.