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Michael Jordan memorabilia sold

Saturday, February 08, 2014

Four significant pieces of Michael Jordan memorabilia sold at auction early Saturday morning. Three items related to Jordan's North Carolina career -- a diploma and two recruiting letters -- sold for more than $50,000 combined, while a game-used Dream Team uniform drew a $32,682 winning bid. The two letters were a source of controversy. (ESPN.com)

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