Vintage Gear: Michael Jordan 1997 NBA All-Star Practice Jersey

February 13, 2014 BY / 0

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The 1997 NBA All-Star game was significant for a couple of reasons – the first being Glen Rice’s dominant second half in which the Charlotte sharp-shooter scored 24 points, and the overlooked first triple double in the games history recorded by none other than the East’s very own Michael Jordan. Today’s vintage gear takes us back to when Cleveland’s arena was known as the Gund Arena with this set of a vintage reversible Michael Jordan practice jersey baring the game’s logo insignia and a program from the game. The black side of the jersey features distinquishable Cleveland artifacts like a guitar for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame while the back reads Jordan’s name and number. Be sure to get a better view of this rare find by sticking with us after the click and heading to our gallery and if you’re truly feeling this piece of memorabilia from Cleveland’s 1997 NBA All-Star game, then grab it today via mindstate4200 on eBay.

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