January 30th, 2014 By ehloknows
If you’re a Cavaliers fan (there’s still some out there, we’re positive) than you’re familiar with the efforts of Michael Jordan to time and time again cut short your team’s season in the 80s and 90s. The Central Division rivals got into some heated rivalries back in the day so it was only right for His Airness to record a career high in scoring against the team on March 28th, 1990 when he tallied 69 points. A little known fact about the night is that Jordan also recorded a double-double alongside scoring nearly 70 points by pulling down 18 rebounds. Today’s Vintage Gear is a relic from that game in the form of a preserved Cleveland Cavaliers ticket stub. And while the ticket isn’t even for face value of the game (at the time the ticket was worth $21.00) be sure to head to the gallery to get a glimpse of this piece of history stick with us after the click to view highlights of that historic night and know that you can grab this memorial to MJ’s career high in scoring today via team on eBay.