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Recap Russell Westbrook And Jordan Brand’s 7-Day Tour Of Asia

It’s something of a rite of passage for NBA stars to spend some time away from the gym and partake in a tour of Asia during the offseason. Not only do they get a chance to experience a different culture, they also are able to connect with their overseas fans and spread the gospel of the game. Russell Westbrook was the latest player to take the journey, as he recently participated in a seven-day tour, with stops in Shanghai, Beijing, and Tokyo.

Brodie spent time with thousands of …

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Chris Paul’s Jordan CP3.IX For The Golf Course

Chris Paul’s off-court golf ventures have been well documented, evidenced by his NBA vs NFL Ryder Cup-style tournament co-hosted by Aaron Rodgers, and his Chris Paul Family Foundation Charity Golf Classic in conjunction with Wake Forest athletics. Off-season golf is nothing new for a number of the world’s biggest athletes, as Tony Romo, Steph Curry, and Yoenis Cespedes are a small sample size of athletes who are superstars in their respective sports by day, and well-above average …

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Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Is Coming In Triple Black

Having averaged a triple double in two consecutive seasons for the first time in the history of the NBA, Russell Westbrook has cemented himself as the Jordan Brand’s top signature athlete. To boot, he has one of the most affordable lines of signature sneakers on the market today, with the original Why Not Zer0.1 costing $ 125, and the low version just $ 115. After releasing in a plethora of attractive and intriguing color schemes, the Jumpman is ready to roll out a hotly admired Triple Bl…

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The Nike LeBron 16, Fresh Prince x Air Jordan, And More

Much of this week’s top stories centered around NBA athletes and their signature sneakers. From a first look at the Nike LeBron 16 to official release information and images of the Kyrie 4 “Cereal Pack”, Nike led the way. adidas and James Harden are also set to release The Beard’s first silhouette since being crowned the MVP. Russell Westbrook laced up a brand new Jordan Brand sneaker as well that could very possibly be his second Jumpman signature sneaker. Jordan Bran…

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Jordan Brand And Kawhi Leonard To Part Ways Once Contract Ends

One of this offseason’s biggest NBA storylines has been the future of former Defensive Player of the Year and Finals MVP, Kawhi Leonard. After months of speculation, Leonard is headed north to Drake country to become the newest member of the Toronto Raptors. It has since been reported that after Leonard’s endorsement deal with Jordan Brand comes to an end later this year, the Jumpman intends to let him walk. After turning down a four-year, $ 22 million dollar extension with the bra…

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The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low Honors Russell Westbrook’s Alma Mater

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Low continues to roll on with a special “UCLA” colorway. Dressed in all white, Russell Westbrook’s first performance model welcomes light blue and yellow accents throughout as an ode to his former UCLA stomping grounds. The triple-double machine’s logo is placed on the tongue with the i…

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Vogue’s Anna Wintour Gets Honor Of Being Jordan Brand’s First Women’s Collaboration

Legendary Vogue editor Anna Wintour got the honor of being the first-ever women’s collaboration for Jordan Brand, expressing her intimidating yet charming style on two colorways of the Air Jordan 1 High Zip. These official images of the Sail colorway reveal all the fine details of this collaborative effort, revealing red detailing on the interior of the tongue, the Nike Air/Vogue labels, the Edited By Vogue hangtag, and even the interior insoles. The editor’s sign-off of “An…

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The Jordan Future Is Returning With Camo Woven Uppers

Ben Kirschner’s popular Jordan Future silhouette has had a resurgent 2018 campaign after not being released for a bit of time. Utilizing the iconic sole unit of the Air Jordan 11, its modernized upper ushers in an asymmetrical lacing system as well as a woven build to provide a unique look that is also both comfortable and breathable. Upon its initial release, one of its most admired colors saw the aforementioned woven upper dressed in a woodland camouflage pattern that you can see repl…

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