Serena Williams’ Husband’s Stunning Eight-Word Reaction to Rare Michael Jordan Card Sold for a Crazy Price Is Every Sports Fan Interested Right Now

Michael Jordan just added another record to his resume.

A rare trading card bearing the signature of the Chicago Bulls icon just sold at auction for nearly $3 million.

Jordan was an icon on and off the court


Jordan was an icon on and off the courtCredit: Getty

The signed and unique 2003-04 Upper Deck Jordan card sold for $2,928,000, including buyer’s premium, on Saturday night – a record for any Jordan card.

Logoman cards are generally limited to one copy and feature the NBA logo cut out of a game-used jersey.

The card sold Saturday is the first Jordan Logoman to feature a Chicago Bulls jersey and received a rating of “Authentic” as well as a perfect 10 autograph on the card from card grader PSA.

“A PSA 10 card is a practically perfect card”, we can read on their website.

Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian, an entrepreneur and investor best known for co-founding Reddit, was all sports fans reacting to the news.

“It’s crazy. And yet, I understand,” Ohanian posted on X.

Nine bids were made on the rare piece of sports memorabilia, available through Goldin Auctions.

There have been 38 offers made on the card but the buyer has not been revealed.

Ohanian (right), even if the amount was “crazy”, but he understood it perfectly


Ohanian (right), even if the amount was “crazy”, but he understood it perfectlyCredit: Getty

“Words simply cannot express the historical significance and importance of this map,” Goldin said in a statement. “This is, without a doubt, the best and most valuable – and most sought-after – Michael Jordan card that has ever been produced.”

“The map itself presents a very favorable appearance, with any trace of past circulation barely perceptible to the naked eye,” Goldin added. “Cards possessing this impressive combination of style, exclusivity and historical significance do not frequently exchange hands, making this auction event a truly once-in-a-lifetime offering.”

A look back at when Michael Jordan faced off against Michael Jordan on the basketball court in the iconic 2003 Gatorade commercial.

According to Goldin, the previous high for a Jordan card was $2.7 million in 2021.

This was a 1997-98 Upper Deck Michael Jordan Game Jerseys card that features a game-worn patch and on-card autograph of the six-time NBA champion.

His Airness also holds the record for the most expensive jersey, which also happens to be the best-selling Jordan collectible.

His jersey from Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz sold for $10.1 million in September 2022.

However, it still has a way to go to capture the all-time trading card record.

New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle holds that honor.

His 1952 Topps card was sold for $12.6 million in August 2022.


Back to top button