The 1992 Olympic "Dream Team" is arguably the most celebrated team in the history of the basketball, and now fans have a chance to own a complete set of game-used sneakers worn by the legendary squad.

The epic, once-in-a-lifetime, auctions are going on right now at Heritage Auctions and comes from the collection of Dr. David Fischer. Fischer served as the team's physician and accumulated these sneakers directly from the players during that memorable summer in 1992. Some of the more notable models include Michael Jordan's "Olympic" Air Jordan VIIs, Magic Johnson's Converse Magic Mid, Larry Bird's Converse Con Mids, Charles Barkley's Nike Air Max 180, and David Robinson and John Stockton's Nike Air Ballistic Force.

If there was ever a time to pull the trigger on owning a significant piece of sneaker history, now would be it. The auctions have roughly five days remaining and as of this moment, Jordan's Olympic VIIs lead the way with a current bid of $16,000 while Christian Laettner's Nike Air Flight Huarache sits at $240.