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Fan-made Andrew Wiggins SLAM cover.

Fan-made Andrew Wiggins SLAM cover.

NBA requests LeBron James to ditch mask.

NBA requests LeBron James to ditch mask.

(Source: ESPN)

Phiadelphia 76ers players to wear special “Iverson Forever” patch Saturday night.

Phiadelphia 76ers players to wear special “Iverson Forever” patch Saturday night.

(Source: twitter.com)

Space Jam simulation in NBA 2K14 is the coolest thing you’ll see today

(Source: youtube.com)

Anthony Bennett gets the “SKYBOX” treatment.

Anthony Bennett gets the “SKYBOX” treatment.

(Source: beta.thescore.com)

Awesome Raptors haircut.

Awesome Raptors haircut.

(Source: twitter.com)

The Kar-Smash-ian; By Blake Griffin.

The Kar-Smash-ian; By Blake Griffin.

(Source: beta.thescore.com)

The Lakers have announced that Kobe Bryant will start at point guard tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

The Lakers have announced that Kobe Bryant will start at point guard tonight against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

(Source: beta.thescore.com)

NINE YEARS LATER: RELIVING TRACY MCGRADY’S 13 POINTS IN 35 SECONDS TO STUN THE SPURS.

(Source: beta.thescore.com)

JORDAN’S ‘FLU GAME’ SHOES SELL FOR $104,765 AT AUCTION
Being a ball boy pays, it seems. After Michael Jordan’s infamous 1997 Flu Game, where he scored 38 points while allegedly suffering from a severe case of food poisoning, he autographed his game-worn shoes and gave them to Utah Jazz ball boy Preston Truman.
Truman put the shoes up for auction and, according to ESPN, sold for $104,765 on Thursday, “shattering the record price paid for a pair of game-worn shoes in any sport.” 
He auctioned the shoes, he said, because “I just didn’t see the point to having something so cool and a part of NBA history sitting at my bank anymore.” Replacing them in the bank with $100K seems like a good reason, too, though.

JORDAN’S ‘FLU GAME’ SHOES SELL FOR $104,765 AT AUCTION

Being a ball boy pays, it seems. After Michael Jordan’s infamous 1997 Flu Game, where he scored 38 points while allegedly suffering from a severe case of food poisoning, he autographed his game-worn shoes and gave them to Utah Jazz ball boy Preston Truman.

Truman put the shoes up for auction and, according to ESPN, sold for $104,765 on Thursday, “shattering the record price paid for a pair of game-worn shoes in any sport.” 

He auctioned the shoes, he said, because “I just didn’t see the point to having something so cool and a part of NBA history sitting at my bank anymore.” Replacing them in the bank with $100K seems like a good reason, too, though.