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A piece of Michael Jordan's rookie season can now belong to one lucky fan willing to pay a high price. The NBA legend's game-worn Air Jordan from the 1984-85 season is going up for sale with Heritage Auctions, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Awe and his future son-in-law Donald Griffin put the sneaker up for sale, which Heritage Auctions estimates could net up to $20,000. Tesmer sold the business in 1997 and packed up some of his favorite sneakers from players like Jordan, Shaquille O'Neal, Larry Bird and Kareem Abdul-Jabaar and locked them in a mall storage room.