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.
— SCP Auctions (@SCPAuctions) June 11, 2017
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.
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?
— theScore (@theScore) November 21, 2017
One man decided to take his Kobe Bryant 2010 Finals warmup jersey to Pawn Stars and find out.