An entire collection of MJ memorabilia is up for grabs
But only if you’re ballin’.
Michael Jordan’s 1992-1993 season was one of his most productive as he won his 7th straight NBA scoring title with an average of 32.6 points per game – and took the Bulls to their third straight NBA Finals victory over the Phoenix Suns before his first of three retirements. Today we got a look at a game-worn autographed Air Jordan 7 Cardinal that the GOAT rocked on the road during the early part of the season before the Air Jordan 8 arrived.
This pair is currently up for auction featuring MJ’s signature on both the right and left sneaker. Mike wore this pair on February 3rd, 1993 in a road win over the Sacremento Kings, where he dropped a lazy 36 points. The pair in question comes from the collection of Gatorade Vice President Bill Schmidt. There’s still 17 days left on the auction if you’re keen – place your bid via Steiner Sports now!
Complex caught up with Bill Schmidt to preview his entire collection thats going under the hammer for charity. You can catch the detailed images below and the full story here!