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Horace Grant’s Bulls championship rings up for sale, likely to fetch over $100K each

According to reports, one of Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls colleagues is selling his championship rings. Horace Grant, a former Bulls great, reportedly plans to sell his three NBA championship rings. Throughout his career, Horace Grant won four NBA championships, and all four of his rings are currently up for auction. Heritage Auctions is selling his rings from his tenure with the Bulls from 1991 to 1993 and the Lakers in 2001.

“In search of more, rare Michael Jordan-era memorabilia? Horace Grant’s got ya covered — ’cause TMZ Sports has learned MJ’s former Chicago teammate’s three title rings he won with His Airness in the early 1990s are up for auction. The rare items come from the Bulls’ first 3-peat in 1991, 1992 and 1993 — when HG played a key role alongside Jordan and Scottie Pippen,” TMZ Sports reports.

The Lakers ring is anticipated to cost up to $40,000, while the three Bulls rings are projected to cost more and each might sell for up to $100,000. Grant played in the NBA for 17 seasons and made a significant contribution to each of his four championship teams. He started his career with the Bulls, and he started 236 games at power forward during Chicago’s first three-peat.

“It makes me a little sad when players give up their championship rings,” one fan wrote. “Why do these man sell these things?” Another fan added. Grant joined the Lakers for the 2000–01 season after spending seven years with the Magic and one season with the Super Sonics. He made 77 starts for Los Angeles and helped the Lakers win their second of three straight titles from 2000 to 2002.

Due largely to his longevity, his career averages are not all that impressive, but during his prime in the mid-1990s, he was essentially a walking double-double. Harvey, Grant’s identical twin, participated in NBA competition from 1988 through 1999. Jerami Grant, a forward for the Portland Trail Blazers, and Jerian Grant, a former NBA player, are the sons of Harvey Grant and the nephews of Horace Grant.

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