Archive for the ‘Jordan Signature’ Category

Looks Like The Jordan CP3.VIII AE Is Playoff Ready

March 14th, 2015 By


With the NBA playoffs set to begin April 19, Chris Paul might be about to make a sneaker switch for the Clippers championship drive.

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Air Jordan 11 Low: “Concord” – Michael Jordan Autographed Pair on eBay

September 23rd, 2014 By

The Air Jordan 11 Low “Concord” finally released this summer, but there was a time when people could only fantasize about the sneaker that Michael Jordan wore during the 1996 Championship Parade releasing. Once a player exclusive, the shoe was one of the most coveted releases this summer, and know it returns featuring a verified Upper Deck signature by the man that made them famous right on the patent leather toebox. Check out more images after the click and grab this rare find via abas15 on eBay.

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Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympic Converse Sneakers Up for Auction

September 5th, 2014 By

You’ll rarely see another brand of sneakers besides Air Jordans on this website, but when you do they’ll most likely be of the Converse nature as a call back to Mike’s time at the University of North Carolina. While Mike hit his legendary shot against the Georgetown Hoyas in the NCAA Final Four Championship Game wearing the Converse Pro Leather, here we get a look at a beat up canvas rendition with leather around the surrounding toebox. Talk about creases, as this pair looks to have been used and then some on the court by Mike. MJ would go on to win a Gold Medal for USA during those games. The pair is being auctioned off by one of the ball boys for the men’s national team in 1984, and bidding will start at $5,000. If you can remember, MJ’s “Flu Game” Air Jordan 12s sold for over $100,000 last year.

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Michael Jordan’s Record $33 Million 1997 Bulls Contract Goes to Auction

July 24th, 2014 By

Michael Jordan set a number of records in the NBA, but one that the business man in MJ is probably most proud of is garnering the most expensive contract in the league’s history – a record that still stands today. During the 1997-1998 season, Mike took home $33 million from one season of basketball, one that proved worth it as the Chicago Bulls brought home their 6th championship. The original contract is signed by Michael Jordan and the former Bulls general manager in Jerry Krause. According to ESPN, if you factor in inflation, that $33 million MJ made would be worth upwards of $49 million today. Hit the click for more info on this legendary piece of paper and head over to Heritage Auctions to start your bidding (that is if you have about $25,000 laying around).

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Michael Jordan Autographed Game-Worn Air Jordan 11 “Bred” Sells at Auction

June 19th, 2014 By

Sure, the final bid wasn’t nearly as expensive as how much the actual game-worn Air Jordan 12 “Flu Game” pair went for, but today the Air Jordan 11 “Bred” worn by Michael Jordan in Game 3 of the 1996 NBA Finals finally sold at auction today for $17,126. During the game Mike and the Bulls blew out the Seattle Supersonics as MJ poured in 38 points. Former NBA player Eric Snow actually had the pair auctioned. What do you think of the final price of the famous pair? Get with us after the click for a better look and stay with Jordans Daily for all your Jordan Memorabilia in the future.

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Air Jordan 11: “Bred” – Game-Worn NBA Finals Autographed Pair

June 3rd, 2014 By

We’ve seen a plethora of Michael Jordan autographed pairs over the years, but it’s a well known fact that the man’s favorite sneaker was his eleventh – a silhouette that almost didn’t happen if the MLB strike hadn’t led Mike to switch back over to basketball. He loved them so much that he broke them out against Tinker’s wishes in the 1994-95 playoffs, a year when the Bulls fell disappointingly short of their goal to the Orlando Magic. The next year the Bulls would clinch the best record in NBA history at 72-10 and faced off against the Seattle Supersonics in the Finals. Game 3 was a blowout thanks to Mike’s 36 points, and he did so wearing this exact Air Jordan 11 “Bred” pair. Grey Flannel Auctions got a hold of this rare find and they’re autographed in silver on the back heel. Get a better look after the click and head over to Grey Flannel Auctions today to put your bid in on this historic pair of sneakers.

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Upper Deck Releases 223 Michael Jordan Autographed Rookie Retro Jerseys

May 29th, 2014 By

When Michael Jordan entered the NBA, it was hardly with the scrutiny that other star-caliber players do in today’s game. And while that’s partially due to the work that Mike put in during his legendary career that new players are analyzed so heavily, it’s always a nice nostalgic reminder when we see an apparel item hit market referencing Mike’s time in the 80s. Today we get word that Mike partnered with Upper Deck once again to release 223 authentic and autographed Mitchell and Ness jerseys from his rookie season (you  might notice that the look is a tad different than the Bulls jerseys today, as the number placement and arc was changed after MJ’s first year). Each jersey will be available for around $1,900. Hit the click for more info and let us know if you plan on grabbing a jersey in the comments.

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Air Jordan 5: “Metallic” – 1999 Retro Pair Autographed by Michael Jordan

May 19th, 2014 By

The Air Jordan 5 “Black/Metallic” is as classic an Air Jordan retro as you can find, and even though they failed to get Mike into the promised land (he fell to the Detroit Pistons one last time while wearing this pair) they did feature that classic 3M treatment on the tongue and a translucent outsole that turned plenty of heads. Today we get a glimpse of a 1999 retro of the silhouette that includes the Nike Air branding on the heel. This pair even comes correct with a signature by the man himself making this a definite collectors item. Get a better look in our gallery and know that you can pick up this rare find via jrasfar on eBay.

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Air Jordan 11: “Concord” – 1995 Autographed Michael Jordan Pair – Available on eBay

April 25th, 2014 By

The Concord 11s are returning to store shelves, but this time around the sneaker will emulate the pair that Mike wore during the 1996 championship parade in Air Jordan 11 Low form. And while people are excited about that pair and a release date is only a week away, it’s always great to look at an original pair from the 1995-1996 season in which Jordan returned with a vengeance to capture his fourth title. While this pair isn’t game used, it was issued in the locker room to Jordan and features the classic white and black colorway while the black patent leather on these size 13s feature Michael’s signature. Be sure to stick around after the click and grab this exclusive pair from abas15 on eBay.

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Air Jordan XX3: “Chicago” – Michael Jordan Autograph Available on eBay

March 19th, 2014 By

The Air Jordan 23 had to be a memorable silhouette for the Jordan signature series given the number that it represents, and JB didn’t disappoint with an intricate design that looks to hold up through the test of time. While sneakers like the “Titanium” edition and “Finale” were reserved for incredibly limited releases (the Air Jordan 23 “Titanium” alone would only see 529 pairs) today we get a look at a very special “Chicago” pair. The shoe that features the colorway of the Bulls in a Home aesthetic may have released in a wider rendition than the aforementioned pairs, but with Mike’s signature, this is a rare find to say the least. Hit the click for a better view and grab it today via worldofstarsplus on eBay.

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Air Jordan III “Sport Blue”