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1992 Fleer Michael jordan Total D Insert graded an MjCollector.com Grading Mint 9

MJCollector.com Grading Graded Auction Sale of a 1992 Fleer MJ Total D Insert

This 1992 Fleer Michael Jordan Total D Insert graded an MjCollector.com Grading Mint 9 sold on June 21st on eBay for $165.00 plus shipping. The seller "larzbatz89" posted the card for sale at $189.00 or best offer, and the card quickly sold for $165.00 plus shipping. The sales has reportedly been completed with positive feedback on both ends!





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Jeremy Hulderman

On This Date, June 16, 1996 
Paced by Michael Jordan's 22 points and seven assists, Dennis Rodman's 19 rebounds and Scottie Pippen's 17 points and four steals, Chicago defeated visiting Seattle 87-75 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, winning the series 4-2 and clinching the Bulls' fourth NBA championship in six seasons. Jordan became the only player ever to win the NBA Finals MVP Award four times, after averaging 27.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.2 assists per game in the championship series.


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On This Date June 12, 1991

On This Date June 12, 1991
On this date, June 12, 1991 the Chicago Bulls defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 108-101 at the Great Western Forum to capture the NBA Finals in five games. NBA Finals MVP Michael Jordan scored 30 points and teammate Scottie Pippen hit for 32. It was the Bulls' first-ever NBA title in their 25th anniversary season in the league. Magic Johnson's 20 assists were one shy of his own NBA Finals record.
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D-Day 76 Years later

D Day 76 Years Later We Honor Their Victory
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On This Date June 5th, 1991

On This Date June 5, 1991
Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls drove the lane against the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 2 of the 1991 NBA Finals. As he moved past Byron Scott with the ball in his right hand, Jordan took off for the basket intending to dunk. The Lakers' Sam Perkins came over to try to contest the shot, but Jordan switched the ball into his left hand while in midair and gently flipped it in off the glass. The vintage Jordan effort helped the Bulls beat the Lakers 107-86 en route to their first title. Chicago set a Finals record for team shooting percentage at .617 (50-for-81). Bulls guard John Paxson also tied a Finals record by shooting 1.000 (8-for-8) from the field, tying Scott Wedman, who was 11-for-11 for Boston in Game 1 of the 1985 Finals against the Lakers.

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