August 28, 2012 BY cement / 0
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Long before the Jordan Brand catalog multiplied to include so many peripheral sneakers there were models like the Jordan Jumpman Team, an early design intended for on-court wear by other athletes representing the company across the NBA. Ray Allen was of course one of the first of those, being outfitted with this player exclusives pair of the Jordan Jumpman Team way back in 1998, its colorway matching his Milwaukee Bucks uniform and #34 jersey. Click through to check out this vintage pair of team Jordan’s and grab this episode of The Daily Jordan now from innovative_shopping_concepts on eBay.