Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympics sneakers break auction record

Even years after retiring, Michael Jordan continues to break records.

A pair of game-worn sneakers sported by the NBA legend during the gold-medal game between the United States and Spain at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles sold for a whopping $190,373 on Sunday and set a new auction record for game-used shoes, ESPN reported.

The black and white Converse included his orthotic inserts and were autographed by Jordan.

“The record-shattering price proves that Michael Jordan has no equal in the marketplace for game-used basketball memorabilia,” Dan Imler, vice president of SCP Auctions, told ESPN.

The previous record, which was also held by Jordan, was for his “Flu Game” sneakers worn during Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals between the Bulls and Jazz. The signed “sick” shoes sold for $104,765 in 2013.

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