Air Jordan XI Concord – Allen Iverson Georgetown Homage

August 6, 2011 BY

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Allen Iverson is near the top of an elite group of players who parlayed their potential as NBA #1 draft picks into Hall of Fame careers.  But Iverson’s college career (and as a result, his professional future) was in jeopardy when a Valentine’s Day 1993 fight at a Virginia bowling alley resulted in a 15-year prison sentence being handed down.  10 years were suspended, but had VA governor Douglas Wilder not stepped in with a pardon, AI would have been even further delayed from attending Georgetown University.  Iverson made a huge mark as a Hoya, and before he broke Michael Jordan’s ankles a year later, AI rocked MJ’s Air Jordan XI ‘Concord’ during his sophomore season at GU.  It’d be even more ironic if the Hoyas uniforms were still supplied by Jordan Brand instead of Nike, but with MJ having hit his NCAA Championship-winning jumper against GU, there’s a certain symmetry in play here.  Click through to see more and let us know what you think is the best fit for your Air Jordan 11 ‘Concords’.  via Kickz-lab

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