This Saturday, the third iteration of the Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” will be available at retailers following a four year hiatus. With its in-depth history that included the likes of Michael Jackson and Pharrell Williams, this week’s edition of Nice Kicks Throwback Thursday will certainly be all inclusive as we view the history of the aforementioned Air Jordan 7.
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By the early 1990s, some were already considering Michael to be one of the greatest players to ever grace the hardwood. With stat lines that made even numerical junkies drool, Michael Jordan would dominate the 1991-92 NBA season in which he tallied aggregate averages of 30 points per game, 6 assists and 6 rebounds per outing. With gaudy statistics, Michael would secure his second straight NBA MVP, along with capturing his second straight championship in which the Bulls defeated the Portland Trailblazers in the 1992 NBA Finals. Michael would do all of this in the Air Jordan 7.