Goldin Auctions will offer the final regular season jersey worn by Michael Jordan during his Chicago Bulls career.
The autographed home white #23 was donned by Jordan on Saturday, April 18, 1998 when he exploded for 44 points including 22 of 24 made free throws in a come from behind win over the New York Knicks. The effort pushed Jordan past Shaquille O’Neal for his tenth—and last—NBA scoring title.
Jordan’s performance capped his fifth MVP season. He retired after the Bulls beat the Utah Jazz in the Finals for their sixth title in eight years, then came back with the Washington Wizards before finally quitting for good in 2003.
The jersey, signed by Jordan on the back, comes with a letter of authenticity from the Bulls and a photo matched LOA from MeiGray.
It’ll be up for bid in Goldin’s October Legends auction.
While there was no word on a reserve or pre-sale estimate, Goldin recently sold another signed Jordan jersey from that same season for $104,490.