CSG-certified Michael Jordan Memorabilia to be Displayed at The MINT Collective in Las Vegas
Posted on 3/7/2023
Later this month, attendees of The MINT Collective in Las Vegas, Nevada will be treated to a viewing of historically important mementos from Michael Jordan's NBA career, which were authenticated by Certified Sports Guaranty® (CSG®). From March 30 to April 2, 2023, sports fans who visit CSG’s booth at the MGM Grand can check out signed items that include an autographed and inscribed NBA Official Scorers Sheet from Jordan's career-high 69-point game and more.
|1990 NBA Official Scorers Sheet - March 28 Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers - Signed and inscribed by Michael Jordan, certified by CSG as authentic with an Autograph Grade of 10.
Click image to enlarge.
The second annual MINT Collective is once again bringing together some of the largest companies, vendors and investors in sports collectibles under one roof. The four-day event provides opportunities for buyers, sellers and traders of some of the most exciting sports memorabilia in the hobby, while also educating attendees on new technologies while exploring what the future holds for the hobby as it continues to grow.
As part of the event, CSG is showing off the Jordan-signed Scorers Sheet along with some other astounding mementos from his iconic career. These include a second memento from his 69-point game: a signed and inscribed official NBA Scorekeepers Sheet.
|1990 NBA Scorekeepers Sheet - March 28 Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers - Signed and inscribed by Michael Jordan, certified by CSG as authentic with an Autograph Grade of 10.Click image to enlarge.|
The CSG-certified Michael Jordan mementos also include signed Game Notes from another record-setting day from his Hall of Fame career. The notes are from the Chicago Bulls' 1991 matchup against the Philadelphia 76ers when Jordan scored 40 points and became the second-fastest player in NBA history to reach 15,000 points.
|1991 Game Notes - January 9 Chicago Bulls vs. Philadelphia 76ers - Signed by Michael Jordan, certified by CSG as authentic with an Autograph Grade of 10.Click image to enlarge.|
Additionally, a CSG-certified 1990-91 NBA Awards Official Player Ballot that was filled out by Jordan will be on display. As players weren't allowed to vote for themselves, Jordan wrote down forwards Charles Barkley and Karl Malone, guards Kevin Johnson and Joe Dumars and center David Robinson. Jordan picked forward Derrick Coleman as his selection for Rookie of the Year, and he chose Charles Barkley as that season's Player of the Year. The amazing piece of Jordan memorabilia is topped off with his signature and hand-written 'Chicago Bulls' at the bottom of the ballot.
|1990-91 NBA Awards Official Player Ballot - Signed and completed by Michael Jordan, certified by CSG as authentic with an Autograph Grade of 10.Click image to enlarge.|
"CSG is honored to have been trusted to certify these pieces of sports history, which feature a direct link to Michael Jordan," said Andy Broome, Vice President of CSG. "Our expert team confirmed the authenticity and preserved the provenance of these vital mementos from the career of one of the greatest athletes of all time."
Collectors won't want to miss The MINT Collective, but Michael Jordan fans have an added incentive to attend so they can view these historic pieces of memorabilia. CSG is also accepting sports card grading submissions at the show, which is an excellent opportunity for collectors to try CSG’s services and save on shipping. For more information on submitting at the show, go here.
Jordan was selected by the Chicago Bulls with the No. 3 overall pick in the 1984 NBA Draft. It didn't take long for him to become one of the most dominant players the league had ever seen. Jordan would go on to earn six NBA titles, six Finals MVPs, five MVPs, 14 All-Star selections and three All-Star Game MVPs. He won 10 scoring titles and is a two-time Slam Dunk Contest champion. Among numerous post-retirement honors, he was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009 and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2016.
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