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Jordan Brand Flight Tour 2011 – Video Recap

August 16, 2011 BY / 0

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Jordan Brand athletes Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Paul recently returned home to the U.S. after a memorable four-city tour of China called the Jordan Brand Flight Tour of China. The three NBA superstars were idolized from the moment they landed in China, but it reality, they were all humbled by the magnanimous praise of the people and country’s rich history. Melo, Wade, and CP3 represented Jordan Brand and the NBA in proper manner, spreading their athletic talents by offering tutelage in the form of basketball clinics and workouts, and also joined in on some laid-back fun as they participated in a 3-on-3 game against three lucky onlookers. Of course, that was just one of the many great highlights of the Jordan Brand Flight Tour of China, so check out the great video recap below to get a dose of China’s love for the game of basketball.

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