ALL BALL NERVE CENTER — Everything Michael Jordan touches seems to turn to gold…even something as simple as a piece of paper.
An auction house in Dallas, Texas, got their hands on the last contract Michael Jordan signed with the Chicago Bulls, for the 1997-98 season. The one-year contract is 26 pages long and by signing it, Jordan earned $33 million, the largest single-season salary in NBA history. Was it worth it? Well, the Bulls won the title that season, Jordan’s sixth (and final) championship.
You can bid on the contract here, but it ain’t cheap: According to ESPN, bidding is already over $28,000.