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MICHAEL JORDAN Michael Jordan is a former NBA athlete who is widely considered the greatest player in the history of the game. He is a crucial figure in the sneaker world as the center of the incredibly successful Air Jordan line of sneakers, a collection that has been at the center of the footwear world since its inception in 1985. Michael Jordan continues to be involved with the game of basketball via his part ownership in the Charlotte Bobcats.

Roger Federer Begins 2014 US Open in Nike Zoom Vapor Tour Air Jordan 3

August 27th, 2014 by | 35 comments

rogerer federer nike vapor tour jordan 3 Roger Federer Begins 2014 US Open in Nike Zoom Vapor Tour Air Jordan 3

If you were watching the US Open last night, you hopefully saw Roger Federer taking to the court in the new Nike Zoom Vapor Tour Air Jordan 3 from the Nike Court project. Of course he also had Michael Jordan himself in the building as a guest, who watched on the sidelines as Fed slammed away at Arthur Ashe. Continue reading to see some on-feet angles for the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour Air Jordan 3 as seen at the US Open, as well as the Michael Jordan’s interview from the stands, and tell us in the comments if you were lucky enough to pick up a pair of these.

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Jordan Meets Federer: Presenting The NikeCourt Zoom Vapor AJ3

August 26th, 2014 by | 28 comments

nike zoom vapor tour aj3 release date 1 Jordan Meets Federer: Presenting The NikeCourt Zoom Vapor AJ3

Tennis has been one of the most impactful providers of sport culture to Nike, with earlier releases from the 80s living as legends of the brand’s footwear catalog. With that rich history in support, the brand has launched NikeCourt – a new category inspired by Nike Tennis DNA that implements contemporary design to classic apparel and footwear pieces. The debut collection of NikeCourt continues with this incredible unification of greatness from two distinct courts, resulting in the limited edition NikeCourt Zoom Vapor Tour AJ3.

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Michael Jordan and Roger Federer Come Together For This Nike Tennis Teaser

August 26th, 2014 by | 3 comments

federer jordan Michael Jordan and Roger Federer Come Together For This Nike Tennis Teaser

We may already know what’s in the works between these two legends of sport, but it’s still an awesome treat to see Michael Jordan and Roger Federer come together on this incredible release. Unfortunately, this teaser video doesn’t reveal too much about the sneaker, but stay tuned to Sneaker News later tonight as we will provide you a first official look at the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour Air Jordan 3. The full teaser video is below so give it a look and stay tuned for more on this intra-brand collaboration.

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Jay-Z, Michael Jordan, MLB Stars, and More Pay “RE2PECT” to Jordan Brand Athlete Derek Jeter

July 14th, 2014 by | 3 comments

re2pect jordan brand derek jeter Jay Z, Michael Jordan, MLB Stars, and More Pay RE2PECT to Jordan Brand Athlete Derek Jeter

Derek Jeter’s last MLB All-Star Game is ahead of us, and Jordan Brand continues to gather the utmost of respect for the legendary New York Yankees star with their RE2PECT campaign. This new spot features tons of heavy hitters in their own field giving a tip of the hat to Jeter: among them Rudy Giuliani, Jay-Z, John Lackey, Joe Torre, Eric Koston, Action Bronson, some censored out Mets players, and Michael Jordan himself. Continue reading to see the inspiring #RE2PECT spot, which will air before Jeter’s first at-bat in Tuesday’s All-Star Game.

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The Last Time Michael Jordan Lost In The Second Round

May 12th, 2014 by | 47 comments

michael jordan 1995 playoff loss 1 The Last Time Michael Jordan Lost In The Second Round

Thus far, the 2014 NBA Playoffs have delivered everything we’ve expected of pro sports in the postseason. The high stress, hard fouls, heady plays, and hefty comebacks have delivered some high-octane entertainment, all of which pale in comparison to the fact that the eventual champion is still a big question mark. Needless to say, it’s been nothing but must-see-TV in the NBA front over the last two weeks, a nice departure from best-of-sevens of recent years that seem to reach a conclusion after two or three games.┬áThere’s obviously more of a story when there isn’t a clear-cut winner and lower-seeded teams emerge as contenders, but in the┬ádecade prior to the new century, it was all Jordan; he and the Bulls dominated when it came to the “second” season and the power shifted back to the West only when MJ was absent from the game. That doesn’t mean his track record went unscathed, because there was a time in the 90′s when Michael Jordan was sent home.

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How Michael Jordan’s Retirement and Comeback Affected The Air Jordan Line

March 19th, 2014 by | 6 comments

michael jordan comeback 1995 How Michael Jordans Retirement and Comeback Affected The Air Jordan Line

There’s no denying that the actions of such a powerful individual affects more than the individual. With Jordan leaving the game, NBA ratings fell, a powerhouse dynasty franchise was denied the title of being the greatest ever, and the rapid momentum of a powerful signature sneaker line was put to a halt. At the time, there was no sign that Mike would return to the hardwood. After all, during his retirement announcement, he had said that he no longer felt a challenge with the game of basketball, having won three Championships in a row. That left a number of entities scrambling for secondary plans of action, and while the Jordan-less era was still respectable in its own right, it was evident that things would no longer be the same.

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University Blues: A Look Back at Air Jordans in Tar Heel Colors

March 18th, 2014 by | 14 comments

michael jordan unc University Blues: A Look Back at Air Jordans in Tar Heel Colors

Michael Jordan is synonymous with the Chicago Bulls thanks to the six NBA titles he amassed in an eight year span. But he made a name for himself with pro scouts with three strong years at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. That tenure started off with a bang in his freshman year, with his clutch game-winner over Georgetown at the 1982 NCAA Championship, but the UNC spirit lived on in the pros as he regularly wore his UNC practice shorts under his Bulls uniform.

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