May 8, 2017 BY Yale Schalk / 0
How time flies. On May 7, 1995, Michael Jordan made arguably the biggest sneaker debut in history. Lacing up what essentially was a wear test pair – to Tinker Hatfield’s chagrin – MJ kicked off the Chicago Bulls second round matchup with the Orlando Magic in Air Jordan 11 “Concord.” His Airness scored just 19 points on 8-22 shooting and the Magic won, 94-91, but the Concords had arrived to change the game forever.
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