Michael Jordan’s Olympic Converse sell for record six-figure sum at auction

  • Shoes from 1984 gold medal match in Los Angeles fetch $190,373
  • Thought to be last time Jordan wore Converse in an official game

A pair of game-worn Michael Jordan sneakers sold at auction for $190,373 on Sunday, setting a record for game-used shoes.

The Converse shoes were said to be used by the NBA legend in the gold medal game against Spain in the 1984 Olympics, according to ESPN.

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