NBA: Michael Jordan’s worn underpants up for auction! – US sports

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So the fans can be very close to basketball icon Michael Jordan (58)!

Crazy, at the American auction house “Lelands” from New Jersey you can now buy clothes from the NBA legend from the Chicago Bulls. Among other things, a camel hair coat worn by Jordan, suits worn by him, ties worn by him – and underpants personally worn by “His Airness”!

Foto: Lelands Auction

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It says Jordan, Jordan was inside: Michael Jordan is said to have worn these underpantsFoto: Lelands Auction

“Lelands” advertises the underwear like this: “Worn regularly. Shows clear signs of wear and a few loose threads at the seams are visible. “

A label with the inscription “Michael Jordan” and a label of a cleaning company in the name of “Wozniak” should be attached to the underpants.

Unfortunately, it is not known whether Jordan wore the underpants to one of his games.

The items come from John Michael Wozniak’s personal collection. He was Jordan’s bodyguard for a long time, is considered his friend and also appeared in the Netflix documentary “Last Dance”. Everything is said to have been given to him by Jordan.

What there is to be auctioned:

  • a cashmere coat
  • a coat in the color “camel”
  • a black coat
  • five suits
  • three tailored shirts
  • a jacket and vest
  • eight ties
  • four belts
  • two t-shirts
  • a golf club
  • a bag with photos, trading cards and magazines
  • a pair of underpants

Das Anfangsgebot für diesen von Jordan getragenen Mantel liegt bei 500 DollarFoto: Lelands Auction

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The starting bid for this coat worn by Jordan is $ 500Foto: Lelands Auction

The bids start at $ 100, $ 300 and $ 500 and run through September 25th. By the way, Jordan’s knickers have been offered for $ 1299 so far.


The USA insider! Nils Suling lives in the USA, analyzes the topics America is talking about. Everything about football, basketball, ice hockey, baseball, soccer, martial arts. Follow the USA Insider on Twitter: @NilsSuling


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