Broadcast television being what it was in 1985, coupled with the fact the internet and social media were years away from being a factor, meant that Michael Jordan was not a household name outside of the passionate basketball circles. That changed significantly after the 1985 NBA All-Star Game. The midseason showcase game was the debut of what would be 14 total All-Star Game appearances for the future Hall of Fame guard. Playing before the largest crowd (43,146) in NBA ASG history, Jordan played 22 minutes and scored seven points with six rebounds and two assists. Those stats along with the particulars of that game are embroidered on the front of this authentic Mitchell & Ness jersey. Jordan has autographed the front of this embroidered limited edition (123) 1985 NBA All-Star Game authentic Mitchell & Ness jersey in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.