Michael Jordan’s Seven Best Games in the Air Jordan 7
As stated earlier, Jordan Brand will officially release the “Orion Blue” Air Jordan 7 at Stateside retailers tomorrow, March 26, for $150. This will mark the first of multiple Air Jordan 7 releases this year (“Bordeuax”, “Cardinal”, “Year of the Rabbit”), and each colorway is expected to garner a lot of interest for sneaker enthusiasts. How special is MJ’s seventh signature model you ask? His Airness did some incredible, unearthly things in the Air Jordan 7. He scored 40 or more points 14 time while wearing the Air Jordan 7 and won an MVP trophy and a Championship against the Portland Trail Blazers (1992 NBA Finals). The upcoming “Bordeaux” and “Cardinal” Air Jordan 7 are just a couple of the colorways he wore while demolishing opponents during the second half of the 1991-92 and the first half of the 1992-93. Take a look at our Michael Jordan’s Seven Best Games in the Air Jordan 7.
Victim: West All-Stars
Stats: 18 pts, 5 asts
Shoe: Air Jordan “Bordeaux”
The 1992 NBA All-Star game is most remembered for the return of Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson, who retired prior to the 1991-92 NBA season after contracting HIV. Yet, many sneaker enthusiasts remember this moment because MJ debuted the “Bordeaux” Air Jordan 7. Magic stole the show as he took home MVP honors with a 25-point, nine-assist night; however, Jordan’s 18 points, five assists and two “Bordeauxs” resonated more with the sneaker community.
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