Sports memorabilia is a huge business for both fans and sellers alike.

Just ask the guy that paid almost $200,000 for Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympic Converse game-worn sneakers.

Or the guy that recently laid out a cool $55K for an incredibly rare customized Jordan 1’s that were fitted for MJ with an ankle support in 1986 after the GOAT made his way back to the court after a foot injury.

Air Jordan 1 with modified ankle support for Michael Jordan • 1986

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It sounds like a high price to pay for a piece of basketball greatness – and it is – but there was proof Jordan actually wore those sneakers in games.

But what about a warmup jersey? Would that pull in the same kind of coin?

One man decided to take his Kobe Bryant 2010 Finals warmup jersey to Pawn Stars and find out.

Flip to Page 2 to see it all go down!

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