Colin Kaepernick Game-Worn, Bloodied Football Gloves Hit Auction Block

You’re looking at a pair of Colin Kaepernick’s game-worn, blood-stained, and signed football gloves … rocked by the star QB during the 49ers 2014 season. Now, the rare piece of memorabilia can be yours … ’cause Kap’s gloves are up for auction…

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LeBron James Continues Game-Worn Sneaker Sell-Off For ‘I Promise’ School

A brilliant charity move from LeBron James is living on … the King is still selling off a bunch his game-worn sneakers — with all the proceeds going toward his I Promise school in Ohio. LBJ started the charity event a while ago … giving…

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Michael Jordan Game-Worn ’97 Bulls Uniform Sells for Record Price at Auction

Michael Jordan memorabilia is ON FIRE — a game-worn uniform from his legendary ’96-’97 championship season just sold for $ 288,000 … shattering the old record! This particular uniform — a jersey and shorts combo — was rocked by MJ on April 14,…

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Sotheby’s Auctions Michael Jordan Game-Worn Sneakers From 1985

Sotheby’s on Friday will open bidding for a pair of Nike Air Jordan 1 sneakers worn in a game by Michael Jordan in 1985.
The vintage sneakers were an exclusive for Jordan, with a mid-height, red laces and longer Nike swoosh logos. They also bear the first Air Jordan insignia, the Nike Air logo on the tongue and Jordan’s real signature in permanent marker on the right sneaker. The pair is estimated to sell for $ 100,000 to $ 150,000, but could go for more given the ESPN and Netflix documentary “The Last Dance” that has ruled Sunday nights since its premiere in mid-April. The bidding on the sneaker will end on May 17.
The first of 34 Jordan sneakers, the Nike Air Jordan 1 was designed by Peter Moore and made its debut in 1984. The game-worn sneakers on auction were later dubbed the “Chicago” colorway to differentiate them from the black and red, or “Bred,” colorway and a white, black and red variation that was later nicknamed “Old Love.”
“These are the most iconic and coveted sneakers of all time,” said Jordan Geller, sneaker collector and consignor and founder of sneaker museum Shoezeum. “Owning this pair has been a real pleasure, and with

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Zion Williamson’s Game-Worn Nikes Could Fetch Over $25k at Auction

A pair of Zion Williamson’s game-worn college sneakers — no, not THAT pair — is set to be auctioned off to the highest bidder … and they could sell for more than $ 25k!!! The ex-Duke superstar rocked a pair of size 14 Nike Kyrie 5s during his…

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