By 1992 Michael Jordan had reinvented the game of basketball, molding the way it would be played from that point forward. In that 1992 season, Jordan recorded his 20,000th career point and ended the year leading the NBA in both points per game (32.6) and steals per game (2.8). Jordan also led the Bulls to the first of their two NBA Finals three-peats when they beat the Suns in six games.
The Bulls superstar wore these Nike Air Jordans during a game played in that 1992-93 season. The white size 13 sneakers are trimmed in gray and red with the iconic Michael Jordan "Jumpman" logo in red embedded in the tread. The Nike labels are present in each tongue and the laces are original. There is game wear evident on each sneaker, and the white leather and red and gray detailing remain bright. Jordan has signed the toe of the left sneaker in bold, black marker, making this an outstanding game-used set from Michael Jordan’s prime. The sneakers come with an LOA from UDA Upper Deck and the Chicago Bulls for the provenance and game use and signature.