With the popularity of ESPN's The Last Dance documentary, numerous pieces of Michael Jordan memorabilia have been put on the market for insane prices. Now a super-rare Chicago Bulls jersey, worn by the player during his NBA championship-winning '97 season, is up for auction and is expected to rake in $250,000.

Jordan wore the Bulls jersey on April 14, 1997, when his team took on the Detroit Pistons. The game is actually considered an off night for MJ's standards, with the NBA star only scoring 18 points in a 108-91 loss.

Nevertheless, the game and his noteworthy black mesh jersey with red pinstripes was featured in the beloved documentary and has racked up an incredible value. According to Goldin Auctions, the piece is the only known game-worn jersey from the 1996-1997 season, and is hence expected to go for around $250,000.

Bidding ends Saturday, May 16, so if you're a big Jordan fan and can spare a quarter of a million, head over to Goldin Auction's website to take your shot.

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