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Sport When Jordan destroyed the basket: next sneaker record?

13:07  30 july  2020
13:07  30 july  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Eleven pairs of Nike sneakers worn by NBA legend Michael Jordan are up for auction from Thursday, including a set that could smash the record for a sports shoe. The highlight of the online sale is the Air Jordan 1 High that the NBA megastar wore during a 1985 exhibition match in Italy when he dunked

Eleven pairs of Nike sneakers worn by NBA legend Michael Jordan are up for auction from Thursday, including a set that could smash the record for a sports shoe. The highlight of the online sale is the Air Jordan 1 High that the NBA megastar wore during a 1985 exhibition match in Italy when he dunked

This would make the sneaker the most expensive shoe in the world and replace the "Air Jordan 1", which was sold in May for 560,000 dollars (517,000 euros).

Since the documentary "The Last Dance" on Netflix, which deals with Jordan's successful career, the market value of the shoes of the five-time NBA MVP (most important player of the season) has increased significantly.

Rwandan asylum seeker admits to setting French cathedral on fire .
Lawyer of the 39-year-old says he has confessed to causing the fire at the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. "He bitterly regrets his actions ... My client is consumed with remorse," Chabert said. Prosecutors opened an arson inquiry after the early morning fire on July 18 after finding that it broke out in three different places in the church, which the volunteer had locked up the night before. He was taken in for questioning the next day but later released without charge, with the cathedral's rector saying, "I trust him like I trust all the helpers.

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