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MICHAEL "AIR" JORDAN - COLLECTION WITH CLYDE DREXLER - HFSID 91256

RIVALS MICHAEL JORDAN AND CLYDE DREXLER DURING THE 1992 NBA FINALS AND TEAMMATES ON 1992 USA OLYMPIC TEAM SIGN TWO INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALLS   MICHAEL JORDAN and CLYDE DREXLER. Comprises: (1) Basketball signed: "Michael Jordan" in black ink. Spalding Official NBA Game ball, David J. Stern, Commissioner. Lightly soiled.

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RIVALS MICHAEL JORDAN AND CLYDE DREXLER DURING THE 1992 NBA FINALS AND TEAMMATES ON 1992 USA OLYMPIC TEAM SIGN TWO INDIVIDUAL BASKETBALLS
 
MICHAEL JORDAN and CLYDE DREXLER. Comprises: (1)
Basketball signed: "Michael Jordan" in black ink. Spalding Official NBA Game ball, David J. Stern, Commissioner. Lightly soiled. (2) Basketball signed: "Clyde Drexler" in black ink. Spalding Official NBA Game ball, David J. Stern, Commissioner. Lightly soiled. While at the University of North Carolina, Michael Jordan was named the Consensus College Player of the Year in 1984 and "Sporting News" College Player of the Year in 1983 and 1984. A true Tar Heel, always wearing his Carolina Blue shorts during a game for good luck, Jordan also won the NCAA Championship as a freshman at UNC. Named Rookie of the Year in 1982, Jordan was the third pick in the draft after declaring early eligibility, with UNC Coach Dean Smith's blessing, after his junior season. The 1985 National Basketball Association's Rookie of the Year was the NBA's scoring leader ten times and Most Valuable Player five times while leading the Chicago Bulls to six world championships. "Air Jordan" was also honored by ESPN, who named him "Greatest North American Athlete of the 20th Century". Clyde Drexler, part of the great University of Houston basketball unit which made consecutive Final Four appearances (1982-1983), spent his pro career with the Trailblazers (1983-1995) and Houston Rockets (1995-1998), where he helped the team to the 1995 NBA championship. A 10-time All-Star shooting guard Drexler was inducted into basketball's Hall of Fame in 2004. Part of the 1992 gold-medal winning Olympic "dream team," he was named by the NBA as one of the League's 50 greatest players. Presented in Gallery of History pedestal style: base, 26½x15¼x1; balls presented in individual 9½x9½x9½ case.

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