Former player Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls addresses the crowd during a 20th anniversary recognition ceremony of the Bulls 1st NBA Championship in 1991 during half-time of a game bewteen the Bulls and the Utah Jazz at the United Center
It was the latest piece of Michael Jordan memorabilia to fetch a high price.Getty/Jonathan Daniel
  • A ticket stub from Michael Jordan's first ever NBA game sold for $264,000 on Friday.
  • Jordan made his NBA debut on October 26, 1984 when the Chicago Bulls beat the Washington Bullets.
  • In a 40-minute appearance, Jordan scored 16 points, as well as six rebounds and seven assists.

A rare ticket stub from Michael Jordan's debut game in the NBA sold for more than $260,000 at auction on Friday.

The ticket is from Chicago Bulls' 109-93 win over the Washington Bullets at the Chicago Stadium on October 26, 1984.

Michael Jordan.
Jordan made his NBA debut in 1984.AP Photo/Beth A. Keiser

Jordan played 40 minutes of the game and quickly showed his future hall-of-fame talent with 16 points, six rebounds and seven assists.

The Chicago Bulls legend would go on to make more than 1,000 appearances in the NBA.

The ticket was sold via Huggins and Scott Auctions for a price of $220,000 with a 20% buyer's premium added afterwards, taking the total to $264,000.

Bidding for the item started at $5,000 and a total of 50 bids were made in an attempt to own the rare item.

Earlier this year, a jersey worn by Jordan when he was a sophomore at the University of North Carolina sold for more than $1 million, according to Reuters.

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