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Michael Jordan Drops No-Look Behind-the-Back Dime in the Air Jordan 2 Shoes

Michael Jordan got buckets in the 1986-87 season, averaging 37 points a game. Despite this, Mike still had the skills to throw dime passes.

This play starts with Atlanta Hawks wing Mike McGee trying to post up Michael. The entry pass was a bit too slow though, which allowed MJ to jump the passing line for the steal. On the fast break, Mike stared at Bulls teammate Sedale Threatt on his right before going behind-his-back to his left. Charles Oakley caught the ball perfectly for the easy layup.

MJ laced up the Air Jordan 2 for this moment. Michael Jordan’s second signature sneaker features a luxurious feel with Italian leather and faux lizard skin panels. To give the Jordan line its own identity, the signature Nike swoosh is replaced by the wings logo on the tongue. Full-length encapsulated Air is in the midsole, providing extra comfort to the wearer.

The white, black, and red colorway that Jordan wore this game can be found HERE.

You can find other colorways the Air Jordan 2 at StockXGOATFlight Cluband Stadium Goods.

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