Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan

Professional Basketball Player and Entrepreneur

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Founded February 17, 1963
Headquarters Brooklyn, NY, United States

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Michael Jordan is an American former professional basketball player, entrepreneur, and principal owner and chairman of the Charlotte Hornets. He has been a spokesman for brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Hanes, and Gatorade. Nike created the signature shoe, the Air Jordan, for him and it has since become one of the most successful and popular shoes produced by Nike.
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Retro Rumble: Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” vs. 2019 Air Jordan 4 “Bred”
Footwear 

Retro Rumble: Air Jordan 4 “Bred Reimagined” vs. 2019 Air Jordan 4 “Bred”

Diving into all of the adjustments that went into Jordan Brand’s reimagining of the OG colorway.

The Complete Set of Michael Jordan's Six Championship Sneakers Sells for $8 Million USD at Sotheby's
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The Complete Set of Michael Jordan's Six Championship Sneakers Sells for $8 Million USD at Sotheby's

Setting a new global record for game-worn sneakers at auction.

The Air Jordan 3 Retro Craft "Ivory" Slides Into This Week's Best Footwear Drops
Footwear 

The Air Jordan 3 Retro Craft "Ivory" Slides Into This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Coming alongside a new Nike ACG Air Exploraid, New Balance Made in USA collection and more.

The C.P. Company x ASICS GEL-QUANTUM 360 Shines In This Week's Best Footwear Drops
Footwear 

The C.P. Company x ASICS GEL-QUANTUM 360 Shines In This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Coming alongside an all-new Nike Dunk Low, Air Jordan 2 and Reebok Answer III.

Nike Unveils Hornets-Colored Air Jordan 1 Mid
Footwear

Nike Unveils Hornets-Colored Air Jordan 1 Mid

Set to be released exclusively in kids sizing.

The Record-Breaking Nike  Alphafly 3 "Prototype" Speeds Into This Week's Best Footwear Drops
Footwear 

The Record-Breaking Nike Alphafly 3 "Prototype" Speeds Into This Week's Best Footwear Drops

Coming alongside a new Market x Reebok collaboration, the Jordan Tatum 1 “Tunnel Walk,” and the Nike LeBron NXXT Gen “First Game.”

Michael Jordan's 1991 BMW 850i Surfaces at Auction
Automotive

Michael Jordan's 1991 BMW 850i Surfaces at Auction

Which he bought new and drove until selling it in 1995.

Medicom Toy Unveils Michael Jordan 1998 LAST SHOT BE@RBRICK
Toys

Medicom Toy Unveils Michael Jordan 1998 LAST SHOT BE@RBRICK

Featuring a reflective figure draped in Jordan’s iconic number 23 Bulls jersey.

Meet Keegan Bradley: The Original Jordan Golf Athlete
Golf

Meet Keegan Bradley: The Original Jordan Golf Athlete

We find out how the New England native met MJ and dive into the process behind building his custom Jordan shoes.

Michael Jordan Becomes First Professional Athlete To Be on List of 400 Wealthiest Americans
Sports

Michael Jordan Becomes First Professional Athlete To Be on List of 400 Wealthiest Americans

According to “The Forbes 400.”

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