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Karl Malone sells Dream Team jerseys from all 12 Olympic players for millions

Michael Jordan Dream Team Jersey

One of Michael Jordan‘s Dream Team jerseys from the 1992 Barcelona Olympics sold for $3.03 million.

Teammate Karl Malone consigned game-worn, signed jerseys from all 12 members of the Dream Team in a Goldin Auctions collection.

Jordan’s could be the highest-priced piece of Olympic clothing in history. In 2013, Miracle on Ice captain Mike Eruzione sold his jersey from the final game at the 1980 Lake Placid Games against Finland for $657,250.

The record for overall Olympic memorabilia is believed to be the $8.8 million for The Olympic Manifesto, an 1892 document that outlined the revival of the modern Olympic Games, that was sold in 2019.

After Jordan, the following jerseys were also sold in the Malone collection: Larry Bird ($360,000), Magic Johnson ($336,000), Charles Barkley ($230,400), David Robinson ($116,400), Clyde Drexler ($91,200), Scottie Pippen ($80,400), Malone ($58,800), John Stockton ($55,200), Patrick Ewing ($39,600), Christian Laettner ($39,600) and Chris Mullin ($37,200).

Every jersey was from the Olympic semifinal win over Lithuania.

The Malone collection also included a pair of game-worn, signed sneakers from every Dream Team member.

Jordan’s had the highest final sale price of $420,000. Laettner’s went for the lowest price of $7,200.

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Michael Jordan Dream Team Jersey