8:09 AM PT — 10/23 — The rings have found a new owner — with Huggins & Scott Auctions selling the complete set for a combined $255,840!!
As we previously reported, the rings were auctioned off individually, so here’s the breakdown:
1991 ring — $39,360
1992 — $47,970
1993 — $45,510
1996 — $24,600
’97-’98 — $49,200 each.
No word on who the lucky winners are, but if you see someone rockin’ some new Bulls bling … ya might have your answer.
Wanna have as many rings as Michael Jordan?? Now’s your chance … ’cause a complete set of all 6 Chicago Bulls championship rings has hit the auction block!!
TMZ Sports has learned … the rings belonged to longtime Bulls security guard John Capps, who worked with the team from 1966 until he passed away in 2018.
Capps was an absolute legend in Chi-Town — he developed a strong relationship with MJ and other Bulls greats over the years … and was featured in ESPN’s “The Last Dance” documentary.
Scottie Pippen also recently revealed Jordan and Capps would bet on jumbotron races during games, even though #23 already knew the outcome by asking the video team in advance.
The collection of 1991-93 and 1996-98 rings are up for grabs via Huggins & Scott Auctions individually … and we’re told they could fetch a huge chunk of change.
FYI — coming across a complete set is hard to come by — but it’s happened before. H&A also listed official scorer Bob Rosenberg’s 6 rings back in February … and estimated the value to be $300k!!
So, why buy just one when you can have all 6?!
The auction runs through October 22 … so ya still got a few more days to save up!!
Originally Published — 10/12 3:39 PM PT