Michael Jordan’s NBA Finals jersey from ‘The Last Dance’ heads to auction
The Chicago Bulls Michael Jordan celebrates after the Bulls beat the Phoenix Suns 99-98 to win their third consecutive NBA title in Phoenix, June 20, 1993. Jordan scored 33 points and now holds the record for the highest scoring average in finals history, 41.0, eclipsing Rick Barry's 1967 standard of 40.8. (AP Photo/John Swart)

Michael Jordan’s ‘Last Dance’ Jersey Goes Up For Auction A piece of sports history is up for sale – and is expected to fetch millions at auctions. Michael Jordan’s jersey from Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals – Jordan’s last-ever Finals trip immortalized in the ESPN documentary The Last Dance – will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s in September. It’s one of just two Jordan jerseys worn in a Finals game to go up for auction, and could fetch between $3-5 million – which would be the most paid for any piece of MJ memorabilia. What do you think the jersey will sell for?  If you could own any piece of sports memorabilia – but could never sell it – what would you choose?