Michael Jordan Autographed Chicago Bulls 3x6 Oval Game-Used Floor Piece with '87 Dunk Contest 8x10 in Vertical Curve Display
Michael Jordan won his first of two NBA Slam Dunk Contests in Seattle, WA in 1987. Jordan beat the likes of Clyde Drexler and Ron Harper to reach the finals against Portland’s Jerome Kersey. In the finals, Jordan received scores of 48, 48 and 50 for a total of 146 points to beat Kersey by six points. Celebrate the NBA’s most prolific dunker with this stunning basketball memorabilia curve display case which includes a 1987 dunk contest photo with an Upper Deck Authenticated twist and an authentic autographed piece of the official Chicago Bulls home floor used during the period when MJ and the Chicago Bulls won NBA titles in 1996, 1997 and 1998. The United Center game-used floor piece measures 3 x 7 inches with Michael Jordan's autograph appearing cleanly on the surface. The photo and floor piece are combined together in a vertical curve display. Upper Deck Authenticated guarantees the authenticity of Michael's signature on the floor piece through its five-step authentication process. *The authentic piece of game-used floor featured on this item was procured directly from the Chicago Bulls. Please note, actual game-used floor section may vary in appearance from product image shown.
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