Michael Jordan’s ‘Space Jam’ Uniform Up for Auction

by August 31, 2015

Got an extra $10K-$15K lying around? Good.

The fire-flames Tune Squad outfit Michael Jordan rocked during the filming of the iconic “Space Jam” movie can now be yours.

The flick became the highest-grossing basketball movie of all time, racking in $230 million worldwide.

MJ famously filmed his scenes for the box office hit while training for the Chicago Bulls’ historic 1995-96 season.

Per Variety:

Fans of Warner Bros.’ 1996 movie “Space Jam” can bid on Jordan’s Tune Squad uniform that the basketball star wore during the filming of the live action-toon mix starting Oct. 1 (though beware: “signs of wear” and “minor staining” should be expected).


Los Angeles-based Profiles in History, which also headed the auctions of choice items from “Glee,” “Mad Men” and more, is handling the auction, with bidding available online through Invaluable. […] As the auction house notes, Jordan wore the uniform during the climatic showdown between the Tune Squad and the villainous Monstars to win the Looney Tunes’ freedom. Along with the jersey, complete with the Tune Squad logo and the number “23” emblazoned on the back, the package also comes with a matching pair of size 38 shorts.


The estimated listing price ranges from $10,000 to $15,000.

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