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Source – Sotheby’s   You may not have it all in life, but that doesn’t include a stellar set of not one, two, or three, but six NBA Championship Nikes once belonging to the legend, Michael Jordan. Sotheby’s ‘The One’ sale is set to knock your socks off—pun intended—with a collection of Air Jordans that he wore leading the Bulls to victory. Estimated at an eye-watering $7 million to $10 million, these shoes span the years 1991 to 1998 and document the iconic basketball genius’s career, his victories, and his talent.

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As far as sports memorabilia goes, there is no better sports collectible than the aptly titled ‘The Dynasty Collection.’ The man was, undoubtedly, the greatest athlete who ever lived, and his partnership with Nike has made his greatness not only tangible but also wearable. Is there a better way to walk in the shoes of a man who created the Jordan brand? The set consists of an Air Jordan VI (1991), Air Jordan VII (1992), Air Jordan VIII (1993), Air Jordan XI (1996), Air Jordan XII (1997), and Air Jordan XIV (1998).

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‘The Dynasty Collection’ includes unique, 1/1 limited edition photographs by Bill Smith, depicting Jordan following the 1992, 1993, 1996, and 1998 NBA Finals. Six individual sneakers worn by Michael Jordan during the Bulls’ championship-clinching games will be put up for auction on February 2nd, with bids reaching up to $10 million.

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It’s important to note that these six shoes are not ‘pairs’ but individual game-worn souvenirs, which means a very ardent and affluent fan will be purchasing halves for a stupendous amount.

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