Anything Michael Jordan wears or signs ends up becoming gold. The Converse shoes Michael Jordan wore in the 1984 Olympics gold-medal game between Team USA and Spain will go for a super huge amount on the auction block.

Jordan’s sneakers, which feature his signature on the side, are being auctioned off by SCP Auctions. With one day remaining for bids, Zachary Ripple of the New York Daily News is reporting a world record $144,222 bid.
The dual-signed Converse shoes from Jordan’s gold-medal-winning game against Spain breaks the record set by another pair of his — his game-worn sneakers from Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals.
The previous record was $104,765, went for the black-and-red Air Jordan 12s MJ wore in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals.


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