Jordan Brand “Playoff Pack” 2014

April 2, 2014 BY / 0

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With the NBA season coming to a close, it’s that time a year when we get “Elite” models by Nike basketball and it looks like this season, Jordan Brand will follow suit with a number of new models for their superstars. While it’s guaranteed that three out of the four main Jordan Athletes in Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, and Russell Westbrook will see playoff minutes, Carmelo Anthony and his New York Knicks squad is still lobbying for a spot in the Eastern Conference. For good measure, JB threw in the Jordan Melo M10 while the Jordan Super.Fly 2 PO gets a slimmed down hyperfuse upper, the Jordan CP3.VII AE features exposed dynamic flywire construction, and the Air Jordan 28 SE gets an OKC Thunder look while each silhouette features a reflective 3M tongue. Hit the click for a better view and know that each pair drops April 9th, 2014.

Source: Nike INC

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