Category Archives: Nike Basketball

Jordan Brand’s Team Jordan Line From The Late ‘90s Seems To Be Resurfacing

It was not until the late ‘90s that Jordan Brand officially came into existence as a separate brand under Nike. As any avid sneakerhead will know, Jordan Brand continued to produce signature numbered sneakers for Michael Jordan, but around that time, they also introduced the Team Jordan line of basketball sneakers. Ray Allen was the first basketball player to rock a Team Jordan sneaker on the court. It seems that not only is Jordan Brand bringing back a Team Jordan sneaker from 19 years ago but have also whipped up an Ultra Fly 3 colorway that looks like it belongs in the Team Jordan line. Continue reading Jordan Brand’s Team Jordan Line From The Late ‘90s Seems To Be Resurfacing

This Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 Colorway Was Worn During The 2018 Prefontaine Classic

Throughout the year, numerous annual premier track and field meets take place all across the United States and the Prefontaine Classic happens to be one of them, which takes place in Eugene, Oregon. The meet takes place on the University of Oregon’s campus at Hayward Field every year and world-class track and field athletes tend to be among those who participate. Ever since becoming a part of the IAAF Diamond League, it is now also referred to as the 2018 Prefontaine Classic Diamond League meet as well. As several Jordan Brand athletes participated in this year’s event, a special Zoom Tenacity 88 colorway was whipped up for them. Continue reading This Jordan Zoom Tenacity 88 Colorway Was Worn During The 2018 Prefontaine Classic

This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Is Arriving Soon For Noah Westbrook’s First Birthday

The Jordan Why Not Zer0.1, Russell Westbrook’s first official signature performance sneaker, was unveiled by Jordan Brand at the beginning of this year. For Russell Westbrook, family has always come first. This became even more obvious last month when obvious when it was revealed that Russell had helped design a Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 colorway in honor of his younger brother Raynard. The colorway was dubbed “PhD” since his brother recently earned the degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. It seems that another similar colorway of the model will be joining upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018, this time in homage of Russell’s son, Noah Westbrook. Continue reading This Jordan Why Not Zer0.1 Is Arriving Soon For Noah Westbrook’s First Birthday

Derek Jeter’s & Jordan Brand’s Partnership Continues With These New “RE2PECT” 2018 Releases

Back in September 2014, there was a surge of people visiting Nike.com to purchase items that featured Derek Jeter’s “RE2PECT” branding. It was because Derek Jeter won his final game at the Yankee Stadium by hitting a walk-off single and then retired from the sport of profession baseball. By 2016, Derek Jeter was already affiliated with Jordan Brand, and in 2014, he was awarded the role and title of “Captain” of all the baseball players who are a part of the Jordan Brand family. Derek Jeter’s relationship with Jordan Brand continues, along with his signature “RE2PECT” releases, such as the following ones which are among Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading Derek Jeter’s & Jordan Brand’s Partnership Continues With These New “RE2PECT” 2018 Releases

The Jordan Standard ─ Jordan Brand’s Latest Lifestyle Shoe Designed By Tinker Hatfield

As of one of Nike’s most prominent footwear designers, Tinker Hatfield has a reputation for being quite the unparalleled mastermind and legend. He also designed two of Jordan Brand’s most iconic signature sneaker models, the Air Jordan 1 and the Air Jordan 3, which continue to remain at the height of popularity. Featured here is a brand new lifestyle shoe that Tinker Hatfield has designed for Jordan Brand, which has been named the Jordan Standard, and it has already joined the latest Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading The Jordan Standard ─ Jordan Brand’s Latest Lifestyle Shoe Designed By Tinker Hatfield

This Why Not Zer0.1 Colorway Is A Tribute To Russell Westbrook’s Younger Brother

Russell Westbrook has always greatly valued his family. His real name is actually Russell Westbrook III. He was born on November 12th, 1988 to Russell Westbrook II and Shannon Horton. His only sibling is his younger brother, Raynard “Ray” Westbrook, who is three years younger than Russell. The Westbrook brothers have always been quite close and stick together. They both admire and support each other as much as possible, and Raynard often attends his Russell’s basketball games, cheering for him. Raynard will soon earn a PhD degree, so Russell teamed up with Jordan Brand to design this Why Not Zer0.1 colorway as a tribute to his younger brother’s achievement. Continue reading This Why Not Zer0.1 Colorway Is A Tribute To Russell Westbrook’s Younger Brother

This Jordan CP3.XI Is Inspired By The Away Uniform Of The Houston Rockets

No doubt, Chris Paul is one of the finest, pure point guards in the NBA today and Jordan Brand continues to upgrade his signature sneaker model so he may keep on dominating and enhancing his performance. Sneakerheads got their first look at Chris Paul’s Jordan CP3.X back in September 2016 when Gallery2.co.jp shared photos of the sneaker in two different colorways. Two months ago, his 11th signature sneaker debuted in a “Rocket Fuel” colorway and earlier this month, a Houston Rockets-themed colorway of the model was unveiled too. It seems that Jordan Brand has also whipped up an “Away” iteration that might be among upcoming Air Jordan releases 2018. Continue reading This Jordan CP3.XI Is Inspired By The Away Uniform Of The Houston Rockets