Although the Western Conference made it close -- a basket interference call on Karl Malone nullified a game-winning 3-pointer the East featured one of the most stacked rosters in NBA All-Star Game history in the 116-114 win in Charlotte, North Carolina. Led by Bulls guard Michael Jordan, who was making his seventh career All-Star Game appearance, the East roster featured 10 future Hall of Famers among the 14 players Joe Dumars, Charles Barkley, Bernard King, Patrick Ewing, Dominique Wilkins, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish, Larry Bird and Isiah Thomas. Barkley earned MVP honors, but it was Jordan who would light up the scoreboard with 26 points to along with five rebounds and five assists. Jordan was playing in his home state of North Carolina. Jordan has autographed the front of this limited edition (123) 1991 NBA All-Star Game Mitchell & Ness jersey in black paint pen. His large signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.