Only 11 Total Graded by PSA! 10 NBA scoring titles. Six NBA Championships. Six NBA Finals MVP Awards. Five NBA MVP Awards. The list of career honors goes on and on for Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls. However, the legend of #23 had to begin somewhere. The University of North Carolina draft pick was first unveiled to the sporting world at Chicago Stadium for the October 26, 1984 season opener. Graded Good 2 by PSA with an (mk) qualifier due to a reverse score notation. The offered ticket stub was issued for the debut of the greatest player in NBA history. This historically significant voucher features printed identifiers and a background illustration of the hallowed near-west side venue. Despite limited surface soiling and a very light vertical crease near the right edge, the foundation of this historic piece is still strong and intact.
The promising phenom scored 16 points while adding six rebounds and seven assists as the Bulls bested the Washington Bullets by a 109-93 score. "His Airness" would pace the team in points (28.2), rebounds (6.5) and assists (5.9) per game that season. While only 13,913 attended that night at the storied palace with a capacity of 17,374, they were witnesses to the dawn of a career that forever changed the landscape of basketball. One of only a handful of examples extant, this hardwood heirloom is certain to attract significant bidding interest. The most recent voucher sold at a major auction in February 2020 for $16,200!