Michael Jordan, a legend and an icon is still on a ride to someday set a break to his legacy. Though it’s been almost 20 years of him retiring from the game of basketball his aftermath shines above all the bests in the history.
After such a long period of time what brings him in the mass conversation is the fact that his most recent collectible is still worth a massive amount among his fans. Although for years his collectibles were sold for huge amounts. But in this new generation of players where the greats have merely become a part of the only conversations it is good to see that Michael Jordan being an elites is still breaking records.
Michael Jordan is still breaking records but this time with his old collectible
On Friday, a ticket stub from Michael Jordan’s NBA debut for the Bulls set the record for the most expensive collectible sports ticket ever sold. The ticket stub was dated to be October 26th, 1984 and was sold for $264,000 at the auction set by the Huggins and Scott Auctions.
Actually the original bid was $220,000 but the 20 per cent buyer’s premium along with the deal increased the price further.
Previously the record for the most expensive collectible sports ticket ever sold was Game 3 of the first World Series in 1973 that was actually sold for $175,000 at the Christie’s on this year’s October month.
Following the history of auction, this isn’t the first time it is happening Jordan’s got more collectibles that has previously smashed his own records. His rookie season’s all-game sneakers have already broken his own record by being sold for $1.472 million in the month of October this year.
Michael Jordan marked his debut in the NBA on October 26th, 1984 in the match against the Washington Bullets at the Chicago stadium. His team won with 109-93 on the final board with Jordan scoring 16 points, six rebounds and 7 assists. Jordan had an amazing night while making his presence to be eyed upon.
However the records he’s been breaking but following his rookie year no one in the past could have predicted that this guy would go on to become the greatest basketball player ever. If anyone would have believed many items would have been in the auctions today.