MJ's items offered at charity auction
CHICAGO -- A locker used and autographed by Michael Jordan sold for $23,000 at a sports charity auction.
The wood-paneled locker was one of 13 items belonging to Jordan up for sale Saturday. The items were offered by the Bulls and Hunt Auctions.
The total proceeds for the Jordan items was almost $113,000.
Other items included a full red uniform from 1996-97 that sold for $24,150 and two autographed jerseys from 1997-98 that went for $18,400 and $19,550.
The money goes to CharitaBulls, the team's charity organization.
Earlier this month, Jordan was elected to the Hall of Fame.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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