Chicago Bulls Michael Jordan ’89 All Star Jersey Framed
The NBA saw a huge increase in popularity in the 1980s thanks to the continued efforts of players like Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird to push the league into new heights. The 1989 All-Star Game was a great example of that. Played before a huge TV audience, the game in Houston broke an attendance record at 44,735. Jordan started at shooting guard for his fifth career All-Star Game appearance. He scored 28 points, which tied for Utah's Karl Malone for the game high, on 13 of 23 shooting. He added five steals, three assists and two rebounds for the East. He averaged 20.2 points per All-Star Game in his career. This jersey is attached to a black suede matte and then finished with a sturdy black frame so it's ready to be the centerpiece of any wall. Jordan has autographed this framed 1989 All-Star Game authentic Mitchell & Ness jersey in black paint pen. The frame gives it an approximate overall size of 32" x 38". His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.