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News-Antique.com - Dec 17,2008 - Santa Fe, Dec. 17, 2008 -- In front of 61,612 fans UNC freshman, Michael Jordan caught a pass about 17 feet from the basket, midway between the foul line and the sideline. He shot the ball toward the hoop and sunk a last-second jump shot.
A few seconds later after a Georgetown turnover, the UNC Tar Heels captured the 1982 NCAA championship 63-62.
Michael Jordan’s 1983 North Carolina Tar Heels, game-used, road jersey; number 23; went on the block on Sept. 6 at Grey Flannel Auctions. The auction was held at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass. The jersey sold for $114,000.
A home jersey; game-used; Chicago Bulls; red, white and black; 1986-1987; “Bulls 23” in front; “Jordan 23” in back; sold in the auction for $7,800.
A road jersey; game-used; Chicago Bulls; across front Bulls team name displayed; on back Jordan and player number 45; red, white and black; 1994-1995; brought $10,200.
Jordan's Junior High School Yearbook; signed at the time; black-and-white photo inside of Jordan dunking basketball; 1980; sold in the auction for $1,800.
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