June 9th, 2017 by Yale Schalk / 0
Fighting something like food poisoning during game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan tried everything to feel better. Tried to stay hydrated, tried coffee to stay alert. Wasn’t working. MJ had to dig deep to overcome his sickness and a Utah Jazz team trying to take control of the series. He did, and 38 points later, including a go-ahead three-pointer to close the game, tipped the series to Chicago and their fifth NBA title. The game became an instant legend, and the black and red Air Jordan 12s MJ wore took their place in history. Now, Jordan Brand has reimagined the AJ12 as a the Jordan Trainer Prime, combining signature cues with a flex sole primed for cross-training. Check the official images below and keep watch for these hitting Jordan accounts soon.
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