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in Milwaukee location of shopping center was to blow up the ground in 2001, before it had to empty.
, a place long-term maintenance of the master, circling around the abandoned storehouses and found one of those boxes.
basketball fan admits to being an Awe saw right out of the box value, because its written on the side of Air Jordan.
I Said, that this will not go away, in Awe of the times USA Today article.
He opened the box and inside revealed something amazing, Air Jordan brand red and black white shoes, whose side had faded greetings, ”My very best”, and underneath Michael Jordan , the all-time basketball star, the name of the script.
Now, shoes to be auctioned.35 year old shoes
but how to as legendary shoes was forgotten in a dusty warehouse?
Shoes found date showed that it was manufactured 8. of November in the year 1984, Jordan's rookie season. Jordan wore those shoes just for the season and only a few in the match, because the NBA banned them because they didn't match the league's whitest of white shoes code.
the Chicago Bulls played 17. February 1985 guest game Milwaukee Bucksia against and obviously Jordan donated the shoes off after the match.
One of them 16 years later.
It was almost like a buried treasure, in the smiles of the auction Heritage auction I representative Chris Nera .
Heritage Auctions is to check the shoes authenticity and assessed its value to $ 20,000 (about 17 665 million). The starting price is $ 5,000.
Auction ends 23-24. February during the period.Rarity
One man all this irritating. USA Today article also talks about Ron tesma your , who was the owner was blown up in a shopping centre location of sports goods movement every year until 1997.
to shop was often featured in the NBA-the players used by shoes and shirts, also the Jordan.
Tesmerin view, Jordan shoes belong to him, because ”how anyone could think that he could leave a souvenir behind.”
Shoes found Awe said he didn't know how the shoes were forgotten in an abandoned warehouse.Jordan, now 56, is generally considered the all-time best basketball players. AOP