1984 Michael Jordan Team USA Game-Used Olympic Jersey

Only Known Photo-Matched Jordan Olympic Jersey & Earliest Fully Documented Career Example

The 1984 United States men's Olympic basketball team took home the gold medal during the Summer Olympics located in Los Angeles, California. Coached by Indiana University legend Bob Knight, the 1984 team was the last amateur United States team to win an Olympic gold medal in men's basketball. The team featured four of the five 1984 consensus first team All-Americans, including the greatest to ever play in the NBA, Michael Jordan. Without much competition the team went a perfect 8-0 during the tournament, averaging 95.4 points per game and holding their opponents to 63.3. Jordan was one of four players that averaged double-digit points with 17.1. Along with capturing a National Championship at the University of North Carolina, that Summer Olympics was Jordan’s introduction to basketball fans worldwide. This jersey has been conclusively Photo-Matched to the USA Olympic exhibition games, the preliminary Olympic trials and progressively matched to actual medal play. We believe this to be the only red color-way uniform that Jordan wore for this historic gold medal run. A museum level piece that stands alone as the only Photo-Matched Olympic Jordan known to exist and the earliest fully documented MJ extant.