Dec 21, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan unveils the new Charlotte Hornets logo at halftime during the game against the Utah Jazz at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Jordan's collectibles found in locker, will be sold online

Michael Jordan is one of the most famous people on the planet. He made his name and his brand by gliding through the National Basketball Association with great skill and will, and he is now viewed as the greatest of all time. People are still idolizing the former hooper, and his brand is still worth millions and millions of dollars.

So how much would you pay for some of Jordan’s valuables? You now have the chance to show the price. According to Darren Rovell of ESPN, a lucky man got his hands on Jordan’s recruiting letters from North Carolina–including one from the legendary Dean Smith–and he also found his diploma from North Carolina, and an original transcript of his class load.

Goldin Auctions is heading up the sale, and the Dean Smith letter is beginning at $5,000, according to Rovell. The other letter is starting at a $2,500 reserve, the diploma begins at $7,000, and the transcript begins at $1,000. This would be really cool to own, but you will have to pony up some money if you want these collectibles hanging in your house.


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