Before the likes of Russell Westbrook had modern-day triple double streaks, Michael Jordan did it back in 1989.
Jordan started this off on March 25, notching a light 24-11-11 statline against the Seattle Super Sonics. MJ then ran through the Warriors, Bucks, Cavs, Nets, Hornets, and Pistons, last notching a 31-13-11 game against his bitter rivals. Mike broke his streak the next game against the same Pistons, but would notch three more to give him 11 triple doubles in 12 games. Iconic numbers from the GOAT.
The sneakers Michael wore during this 7-game span was the Air Jordan 4. The fourth model utilized a visible Air unit in the heel for impact protection. The triangular wings near the midfoot combine with the nine-hole lace locks helped provide a tailored fit. The AJ4 features mesh on the sides and tongue for breathability, with an extra layer of plastic-covered netting to give off a premium look.
The white and Cement Grey colorway Mike rocked can be found HERE.
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