Amongst the pantheon of sports legends, few names carry the weight or prestige of Michael Jordan, with an illustrious NBA career that included some six championship titles, five league MVP trophies, half-a-dozen Finals MVPs, 10 All-NBA First team honors, and a slew of still-standing records including most (average) points per game. A unique piece of from Jordan’s career history has recently surfaced for sale in the form of a singed game-worn pair of Air Jordan VIIs, along with signed and game-worn sneakers from Shaquille O’Neal and Steph Curry.
Designed by sneaker legend, Tinker Hatfield, the African art-inspired Air Jordan VIIs were worn on 12/30/1992 when Jordan faced off against the Miami Heat in which MJ scored 39 points. There’s also a pair of signed and game-worn Under Armour shoes utilized by Steph Curry during four games of his MVP 2016-2017 season and adorned in Curry’s hand-signed initials and a favorite bible quote of “I can do all things.” The final pair is a set of Reebok Pumps worn by Shaq in the 1996-1997 season when the 7’ 1” center famously played alongside Kobe Bryant. Available for private sale through Sotheby’s, the Air Jordan VII is priced at $50,000, while the Shaq and Curry sneakers are both priced at $25,000.