Michael Jordan gives out free kicks in his hometown

Today, Michael Jordan returned to his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina to spread some holiday cheer. Hornets owner and 6-time NBA champion Michael Jordan handing out Thanksgiving meals to people in his hometown of Wilmington, NC who were devastated by Hurricane Florence. Jordan previously donated $2 million for hurricane relief. pic.twitter.com/vrTknjWGHP — Steve Reed (@SteveReedAP) November 20, 2018   The nearly universally recognized  basketball GOAT spent the day handing out Thanksgiving meals and then he chased that by stopping by the Wilmington Boys and Girls Club where he surprised some…

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Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “ROTY” to release in October

The onslaught of Air Jordan 1’s shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. This upcoming version of Micheal Jordan’s first signature shoe draws inspiration from what a young MJ wore to his Rookie of the Year acceptance speech. In his inaugural campaign, Jordan averaged 28.2 points per contest in leading the lowly Chicago Bulls to a playoff appearance. The gold harvest and black color blocking pay a nod to the shirt Jordan wore while receiving the award. At this point, no actual images of the shoe have come to…

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Michael Jordan’s ’84 Olympic Sneakers are Up for Auction

Micheal Jordan and Nike have forged the most successful and influential relationship in sneaker history. It is for that reason, it is hard to imagine a time where the two were not connected, however there was a time where he was not rocking the Swoosh and then the Jumpman, but the Chevron and the Star of Converse.  When MJ was in college at the University off North Carolina, he wore Converse. He also wore Converse during the 1984 Olympics. SPC Auctions has a listing an autographed pair of the kicks…

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North Carolina Football joins Basketball Team in Rocking the Jumpman

The Tar Heels now join Michigan as the second collegiate football program to don the iconic Jumpman logo. At halftime of tonight’s much anticipated UNC/Duke game, the man himself, Michael Jordan, made the announcement as he stood with Heel’s head football coach, Larry Fedora and members of the Carolina football team, all of which were wearing Jumpman emblazoned Carolina football gear.     “I’m happy to extend the Jordan Brand relationship not only for the game of basketball but for the game of football. I am extremely proud in terms…

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Michael Jordan surprises fan in a big way

Jeffrey Harrison is a huge Micheal Jordan fan. Last month a viral video of the 33-year old autistic man playing pickup basketball in full Micheal Jordan Chicago Bulls regalia got the attention of the maanger of the man himself. Micheal Jordan’s manager showed him the clip, the basketball legend sent Jeffrey a letter and a few boxes of Jordan Brand apparel and kicks and surprised him even further with a personal phone call.

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