You’ll soon be able to bid on Michael Jordan’s autographed ‘Flu Game’ sneakersHow much would you bid on MJ's Flu Game kicks? The “Flu Game” lives on, furthering Jordan’s already plum resume as the Greatest Of All Time. Longtime trainer Tim Grover says it was really more of a "Food Poisoning Game," but regardless of what spurred it, the outing we've come to know as "The Flu Game" Michael Jordan fighting off a 103-degree fever on June 11, 1997, to pour in 38 points, grab seven rebounds, dish five assists and hit a game-sealing 3-pointer in his 44th minute of play to beat the Utah Jaz...Source: yahoo.com
Bid For Michael Jordan’s Autographed “Flu Game” ShoesIt was June 11, 1997, and Bill Clinton was still the President of the United States; nobody had heard of Monica Lewinsky (that was still a year off). Michael Jordan and the Bulls were tied 2-2 with Karl Malone, John Stockton and the Jazz, with game 5 in…Source: dimemag.com
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