Michael Jordan's final contract with Bulls up for auction

Michael Jordan's final contract with Bulls up for auction
July 24, 2014, 10:30 pm
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Got $40,000 (or more)? Want a piece of Bulls history?

Well if you answered yes to both questions, you can now potentially own Michael Jordan's last contract he signed with the Bulls. Heritage Auctions has put up the contract, which was worth a NBA-record-setting $33 million at the time, for bidding.

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Jordan signed the contract for the 1997-98 NBA season, which saw the Bulls win their sixth NBA Championship in the Jordan era. The Bulls legend's signature and initials are still on the original 26-page document. 

As of late Thursday night, the bidding was up to $37,500.

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, the contract would now be worth $49 million if inflation was factored in.