1988 Michael Jordan Type 1 Original Photograph

As a kid, Michael Jordan emulated the way his father stuck out his tongue while absorbed in work. As an adult, it translated to the basketball court, with a sighting of Jordan's tongue often a harbinger of doom for the opposing defense. This original photograph, taken by a Chicago Tribune staffer during an April 8, 1988 tilt against the New York Knicks, shows His Airness mid-flight, tongue out, rocking the iconic Air Jordan 3s, and readying to shoot a pass around the back of a helpless Kenny Walker. Verified authentic by PSA and in good shape given its age, it arrives slabbed in a protective hard case.

A Type 1 photograph is a historical photograph that was developed from the original negative during the time period in which it was taken, usually by a publication.

Dimensions: 8" x 10"

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