Michael Jordan’s Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” Pair Sells for $104,765

December 12, 2013 BY / 0

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If you can remember, a couple of weeks ago the story broke that Michael Jordan’s original Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” pair worn during the Utah Jazz in that historic game when MJ battled sickness to score 37 points en route to a game 5 victory were headed to auction. Grey Flannel Auctions rolled out all of the stops to promote the the shoes, including releasing the original details about how the shoes were acquired by the Jazz ball boy (an interesting tale dealing with the specific request for some apple sauce). It looks like it paid off as the bidding started off at $5,000 and didn’t end there – as the auction closed the shoes would go to the highest bid of $104,765. What do you think of the final bidding price for the historic shoes?

Source: Grey Flannel Auctions

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