(New York) A pair of sneakers worn by NBA and Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan fetched $1.38 million at auction, the online marketplace announced Thursday. Goldin specialist.

Six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan in the 1990s wore these shoes in Game 5 of the 1997 Finals against the Utah Jazz.

The Bulls and Jazz were tied at 2 wins all in this best-of-seven final, when Michael Jordan insisted on playing in Salt Lake City while suffering from dehydration due to a virus.

The Bulls star had scored 38 points in 44 minutes, and especially scored the decisive three-point basket in the final seconds, giving his team the victory 90-88. The Bulls were finally crowned champions after another home victory (90-86) and Jordan was voted best player par excellence.

The shoes, which had previously belonged to a former Jazz employee, were first auctioned ten years ago for $105,000.