Michael Jordan’s rookie year is one of the most impressive campaigns in NBA history and one like it won’t be seen for a long time. As a rookie he averaged 28.2 points, 6.5 rebounds, 5.9 assists, and 2.4 steals per game. Midway into the 1984-85 season those stats earned him an All-Star game selection. This piece of Jordan history was worn during the game and because of a favor that Michael owed Robert Crawford, a sports photographer at the University of North Carolina, that’s how they ended up in his hands and now for sale. Check out the full story of how he got them after the jump. Continue reading to see more of this game worn Air Jordan 1 and head over to greyflannelauctions to put a bid in.