Legacy of the Jordan Dub Zero
The legacy of the Jordan Dub Zero remains very niche as this model has rarely been sported on a consistent basis by some of the NBA’s elite. However, arguably the most memorable moment of the aforementioned model belonged to Syracuse’s Gerry McNamara who dominated the 2006 Big East Tournament in which he secured MOP Honors by tallying 65 points through its entirety and helping the ‘Cuse garner an elusive Big East championship.
In addition to Gerry McNamara’s defining moment, the Jordan Dub Zero has been spotted on several players such as SMU’s Nic Moore and the Detroit Pistons standout center Andre Drummond. With five initial colorways releasing back in 2005, and subsequent releases in 2015 such as the “Wolf Grey” model, the Jordan Dub Zero will surely remain in consumers’ presence for the foreseeable future and could potentially become a mainstay going forward.