A Worn Pair Of Michael Jordan's Underwear Is Being Auctioned Off

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An auction house got their hands on a very personal item of NBA legend Michael Jordan

A pair of Jordan’s underwear went on sale at Lelands, a sports memorabilia auction house, last week, and there’s still time to put in a bid. 

According to TMZ, the gray and black boxer shorts “show definite use” and the sale started at $500. The auction house described the “definite use” evidence as loose threading in the shorts. Those interested in buying the underwear might be relieved to know that a dry cleaning tag is still inside the shorts, so smell shouldn’t be a concern.

If you’re wondering how the auction got a hold of such a personal, and weird item from the NBA champion, TMZ says Jordan’s former bodyguard, John Michael Wozniak, is to thank (or blame). Apparently the former security guard –– who was also featured in The Last Dance documentary on Jordan’s life and career –– held on to the boxers all of these years. 

If buying used underwear isn’t what you had in mind for Michael Jordan memorabilia, the auction house also has some of his suit coats, button down shirts and belts, which were also all provided by Wozniak. 

Bidding on the boxers ends on September 25.

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