They call him “Money” for a reason. Aside from being straight cash on the court, Michael Jordan has proved one of the best businessmen in the basketball footwear industry. Just how good? Forbes reports that in 2013 alone he made $90 Million off his Jordan Brand partnership with Nike. Here’s a few things to put in perspective:
Forbes reports that last weekend the Air Jordan 10 “Powder Blue” did $35 Million in first-day sales alone. Conversely, the adidas D Rose signature line did $40 Million in all of 2013.