The pair of shoes Michael Jordan wore in the Bulls' last regular season game at Chicago Stadium are to auction at Huggins & Scott.
Bidding on the lot stands at $2,000 ahead of a November 12 close date.
Jordan signed each of the shoes on the toe
The game took place on April 22, 1993, before the team moved to the newly built United Center. These white Air Jordans display his signature on the toe of each shoe.
The auction house comments: "As he flaunted his gravity-defying antics for his last-ever regular season battle at the beloved palace on Madison Street, Jordan wore and signed these shoes…
"[They] were acquired by a former Andy Frain employee who worked in the ticket office at Bulls games at Chicago Stadium."
Jordan is undoubtedly the most famous basketball player of all time and memorabilia associated with him comes at a premium.
Another set of the star's shoes from 1993, albeit unconnected with any specific game, made $11,000 earlier this year.
This pales in comparison to the $71,500 paid earlier this year for a pair of Nike Air Ship trainers Jordan wore during his rookie year with the Bulls in 1984.
The shoes he wore during his jaw-dropping "flu game" made $104,765 at Grey Flannel Auctions in 2013.
While the present lot is unlikely to reach these heady heights, they are still likely to perform well, such is Jordan's collectability.
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