Michael Jordan, the basketball player, and the man who set off a decades-long hysteria over basketball shoes, is simply the Greatest Of All Time—at selling shoes.
Even though he and Scottie went 6-0 in the NBA Finals, time will only add more challengers to Jordan’s GOAT status on the floor. Michael Jordan’s shoe legacy, however, is untouchable.
While you might see the Yankee hat anywhere on Earth, Michael Jordan’s shoes will be there, too. And they’ll be worth way more than the hat.
Check out the shoes that Michael Jordan wore during his legendary basketball career.
Michael Jordan Shoes
Michael Jordan Moments
Michael Jordan put out all the stops for his last game at Madison Square Garden with the Chicago Bulls. He did just about the same for his last MSG game ever with the Wizards. Mike's first bucket came off a wide-open mid-range jumper. This gave him extra rhythm to continue hitting his patented shot from the middl... Read more
Just days before his 40th birthday, Michael Jordan put on a show in his last NBA All-Star Game ever. Despite his immense name recognition, Jordan did not get voted in as a starter - with Allen Iverson and Vince Carter nabbing the east guard spots. It would've been the first time in his career that he Mike would c... Read more
Even when past his prime on the Wizards, Michael Jordan came up clutch against the Phoenix Suns. Two weeks earlier, Jordan sunk the Cavaliers (for the third time) with a game-winner. All eyes were on the GOAT again with the shot clock turned off on a final Washington possession. Teammate Richard Hamilton inbounde... Read more
Despite his age, Michael Jordan could still drop defenders like in his Chicago Bulls days. Even someone as athletic as prime Vince Carter. On this play, Mike was matched up with the high-flyer late in the third quarter. MJ dribbled hard to his right and jab stepped into a pull-up jumper from the free throw line. ... Read more
The Shot 3 is the threequel that hypes up Michael Jordan fans, while simultaneously haunting Cleveland Cavaliers fans. As a rewind, Mike first sank the Cavs in 1989 HERE, then again in 1993 HERE. This time around, Mike was playing for the Washington Wizards with his squad down 90-91 with 1.6 seconds left. Popeye ... Read more
One of the most spectacular blocks you'll ever see came from a 38-year old Michael Jordan. All while Mike played his old team in the Chicago Bulls. The play starts on the offensive side for the Washington Wizards, with Jordan trying to post up a young Ron Artest. The future Metta World Peace clamped down on Micha... Read more
Michael Jordan joined the Washington Wizards because he wanted to know if he still had it. In this game against the Charlotte Hornets, he had it. Mike was pulling out all the moves, namely his lethal mid-range jumper that was money on this night. On one play, his quickness on a post-up froze Baron Davis in his sn... Read more
One of Michael Jordan's more iconic layups occurred on the big stage in the 1998 NBA Finals. It was game 5 between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz, and Jordan's team was up big. Mike had the ball and sized up defender Jeff Hornacek, before driving left. Number 23 got straight to the hoop before Jazz big Greg ... Read more