We've seen some seriously impressive performances from guys like Stephen Curry this season. However, when it comes to putting up
Today in 1984, a young man by the name of Michael Jordan took the court for the Chicago Bulls. Of
To kick off every new season, NBA teams will take time to honor great players by retiring their jerseys, raising them to the rafters of the stadium to show respect, and also celebrate their legacy. On November 1, 21 years ago today, Michael Jordan's jersey was retired by the Chicago Bulls. It's safe to say that most people were still shocked that the greatest NBA player of all time would choose to give up the game, and of course, there are those that believe it was all a conspiracy. Regardless of the actual reasoning or what team you cheered for, MJ leaving shook up the entire sports world. Of course, we all know MJ returned to the NBA with the infamous "I'm Back" letter, but what if he hadn't? What impact would it have had on the game of basketball? Or more importantly for us, sneakers?!? There is no doubt Michael Jordan and his sneakers are the most important part of sneaker history. You'd have a hard time finding anyone (aside from maybe Knicks fans) that wasn't fascinated by MJ and his shoes that grew up during that era. Take a look at The Iconic Moments That May Have Never Been and let us know what your favorite MJ memory is.
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