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Horace Grant is not broke, here’s why his NBA rings won with Jordan are up on the market


Former Chicago Bulls player Horace Grant just isn’t in need of cash despite his NBA championship rings won alongside Michael Jordan being up for auction.

Fans were left wondering if the four-time champion needed a loan from MJ when Heritage Auctions announced Saturday that each one of Grant’s rings can be up for auction until August 27.

Grant won three NBA titles with the Bulls (’91, ’92, ’92) and one other one with the Los Angeles Lakers (’01) alongside Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal.

The Bulls rings will reportedly go for as much as $100,000 each and the Lakers band could command nearly $40,000.

Each ring also features a letter of provenance from Grant, in response to Heritage Auctions officials.

Is Horace Grant broke?

Grant is not broke and is in reality not the owner of his NBA rings, which he sold for charity years earlier, in response to TMZ Sports.

Spending nearly twenty years within the NBA, Grant played on 4 different teams, including the Seattle SuperSonics.

He was taken by the Bulls with the No. 10 overall pick within the 1987 NBA Draft and spent seven seasons with the team.

In Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals, Grant blocked Kevin Johnson‘s shot down the stretch to secure Chicago’s third straight championship.

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