After winning three consecutive NBA Finals championships, Michael Jordan took his talents to the baseball diamond in 1994. He returned to the NBA toward the end of the '95 campaign, but the postseason ended with a Bulls loss. The '96 season began with Jordan in uniform for the full run, and simply put, he was on a mission. Jordan and the Bulls ran up, down and through the NBA during the regular season as they finished with a 72-10 win. The win total shattered the previous mark of 69 held by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers. The Bulls didn't stop there, cruising through the playoffs before winning their fourth championship with a six-game win over the Seattle Supersonics. Twenty years later, the Golden State Warriors notched 73 wins to break the Bulls' record, however that 2016 season ended in a loss to the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals so the Bulls mark remains as the highest win-total that ended in a championship. Jordan has autographed and inscribed '72-10' on this limited edition (72) 1995-96 white Chicago Bulls authentic Mitchell & Ness jersey in black paint pen. His signature and inscription are deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.