April 13th, 2017 by Yale Schalk / 0
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Almost hard to keep track of how many buzzer beaters and playoff eliminations Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls hit the Cleveland Cavaliers with over the years. MJ’s Game 5 free-throw line floater over Craig Ehlo in 1989 and fadeaway in 1993 are the most vivid moments of the set, sending very good Cavs teams home early. In 2012, Jordan Brand sort of saluted the poor Cavs with this Air Jordan 4. Taking the shoe MJ wore during the ’89 winner, they applied the Cavs’ then-colorway of blue and orange in a look that could probably double as a New York Knicks edition. Since MJ knocked them out a lot, too.
Air Jordan 4 “Cavs”
Release Date: 05/12/12
Style #: 308497-027
Colors: Black/Safety Orange-Game Royal
Filed under: Air Jordans