Without Lifting a Finger, Billionaire Michael Jordan Sets Fire to the Sports World 25 Years After ‘The Last Dance’

Without Lifting a Finger, Billionaire Michael Jordan Sets Fire to the Sports World 25 Years After ‘The Last Dance’

It has been 25 years since Michael Jordan’s Last Dance with the Chicago Bulls. After winning his sixth NBA championship, Jordan retired briefly before making one final comeback with the Washington Wizards. However, seeing Jordan past his prime in a Wizards jersey felt very different. Recently, after 25 years have passed, Michael Jordan’s legacy is about to set fire to the sports world yet again.

Sotheby’s, the premium name in world of Auctioning will be presenting a set of Michael Jordan’s sneakers for the public. But not just any sneakers. These six sets of sneakers have special ties with Jordan’s illustrious career with Chicago.

Michael Jordan is about to set the sports world ablaze

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These sets of sneakers will be the most valuable and significant series of Jordans ever to hit the market. Sotheby’s has termed this set as ‘The Dynasty Collection,’ and will be put on display from February 27 to March 3 at Sotheby’s Dubai.

TI and Michael Jordan during 2006 Jordan All-American Classic at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

As it turns out, the set contains Jordan’s game-worn sneakers from each game that clinched the Bulls’ six NBA championships. The vice president of the company, Brahm Wachter, said, “The Dynasty Collection is the sole-defining ‘holy grail’ of sneaker collecting.” And rightfully so, as these sneakers definitely do check all the boxes.

The set features the Air Jordan VI which was worn by ‘His Airness’ in 1991, after he had defeated the Los Angeles Lakers to win his first championship, to the Air Jordan XIV worn by MJ in his final championship-clinching game in 1998.

All the sneakers are signed by Michael Jordan himself, which also features an inscription for authenticity. Each sneaker has a combination of black, red, and white colors flowing throw them, matching it with Jordan’s Bulls jersey.

All the sneakers in the dynasty collection

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This collection of sneakers is a dream for anyone who identifies as a sneaker collector. It has been 20 years since Michael Jordan retired from the NBA and he is still one of the most relevant athletes in the world.

The set kicks off with Air Jordan VI. Then comes Air Jordan VII in which Jordan defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in 1992 for his second consecutive championship. After that, the set features Air Jordan VIII worn by MJ in 1993 as he defeated the New York Knicks in six games to accomplish his first three-peat.

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The Air Jordan XI was the one that Jordan wore in 1996 to defeat the Seattle Supersonics after coming off his first retirement. Then comes the Air Jordan XII from 1997 when the Chicago Bulls took down the Utah Jazz for the first time.

And to cap it all off, the final set was the Air Jordan XIV when the Bulls and the Jazz met for the second time in the Finals, kickstarting MJ’s ‘Last Dance.’

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