Michael Jordan Signed Authentic Reebok 2003 All Star Game Jersey UDA & JSA COA


The 2002-03 season was the last one for Michael Jordan, a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, who would grace the NBA with his presence on the hardwood before transitioning to a management and ownership role. Jordan, who came out of a three-year retirement to join the Wizards in 2001-02, averaged a cool 20 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 5.2 assists per game in 2002-03, despite being 39 years old. An All-Star in his final season, Jordan once again asserted his status as the greatest player in NBA history that year.

Offered is a 2003 Eastern Conference Michael Jordan pro cut jersey. Made to the exact specifications of the jersey provided for the 2003 All-Stars, this Reebok size 48 white jersey was designed in the same style as the 1988 All-Star Game jerseys. The front of this jersey has "NBA" in red and blue tackle twill with the NBA logo to its left. Below that is Jordan's number "23," which has been sewn on in blue tackle twill, and "ALL-STAR" sewn on below Jordan's number in red and blue tackle twill. The sides have six stars (three red, three blue) screen-printed. The NBA logo is embroidered on the upper left chest. The Reebok label with "ALL*STAR GAME ATLANTA 2003 DESIGNED BY REEBOK FOR THE NBA ATHLETE" is sewn on the bottom front tail and has a "+2 LENGTH" and "48" flags attached. Above the Reebok tag is an NBA "hardwood classics vintage" tag with a "1987-88" flag. The back of the jersey has "JORDAN" and "23" sewn on in blue tackle twill. The Wizards' logo is sewn on above Jordan's name. The collar and open-sleeve ends have blue, white, and red stripes. Jordan signed his name in silver marker in the middle of the "2" on the front. This jersey comes with a sticker from Upper Deck (BAJ24629) for Jordan's signature. Does not have UDA card. 

Comes with full letter JSA COA. 

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