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17 Aug 2020
A pair of Michael Jordan's sneakers sold for $615,000, Christie's auction house announced on Thursday, shattering a record set just months ago by the sale of another pair of the basketball legend's shoes. The sneakers were a pair of Air Jordan 1 Highs that the NBA megastar wore during a 1985 exhibition match in Italy when he dunked the ball so hard it shattered the glass backboard.
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The force was with ‘Star Wars’ creator George Lucas as he topped the 'Forbes' list this year. The rankings were based on net worth, Check out who else joined Lucas on the list for a combined $18.7 billion fortune.

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