Player Profiles: The Legendary, The Past & The Present

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Who else is ready for Kicks On Court? Last week, we showcased three superstar point guards in our Player Profiles: The Legendary, The Past & The Present in hopes of preparing you for the upcoming 2009-2010 NBA season. Many of you stated that it was great to see classic signature lineups compared to shoe lineups of this decade.

Today, we dug into our archives and compiled extensive signature sneaker lines of three of the best shooting guards to ever play the game including Michael Jordan, Anfernee ‘Penny’ Hardaway and Kobe Bryant. The majority of you can agree that some, if not all of your favorite basketball sneakers come from these three lines. With that said, click here to compare/contrast the extensive signature lines of these three superstar shooting guards.

In case you missed it, check out our Player Profiles: The Legendary, The Past & The Present involving Magic Johnson, Gary Payton and Chris Paul.

There are no words that could truly describe the basketball player that Michael Jordan is. Mentioning statistics, awards, or his six championships all fail when attempting to show MJ?s greatness. He single-handedly changed the game of basketball; Larry Bird say that he was just, ?God disguised as Michael Jordan.? Maybe, to measure his greatness you must realize that every great player in NBA will have to be compared to Michael even though few will come close. Or maybe, we should just realize that modern day basketball would simply not be the same without number 23.

Nike, the modern day basketball giant, was having trouble breaking into the basketball market. Then someone answered their prayers as they signed Michael Jordan to what was about to become the greatest signature shoe line of all time. At the time of the Air Jordan I debut, most of the shoes in the NBA were predominantly white. The bold black and reds of the I caused the NBA to fine Jordan for wearing them each game. This controversy started the greatest signature line the world of basketball will ever know. From the Jordan I released in 1985 to the Air Jordan 2009, they are always the shoes with the highest demand. Regardless if Jordan is winning championships or enjoying his induction to the Hall of Fame, his signature line will live on.

Air Jordan I

Air Jordan II

Air Jordan III

Air Jordan IV

Air Jordan V

Air Jordan VI

Air Jordan VII

Air Jordan VIII

Air Jordan IX

Air Jordan X

Air Jordan XI

Air Jordan XII

Air Jordan XIII

Air Jordan XIV

Air Jordan XV

Air Jordan XVI

Air Jordan XVII

Air Jordan XVIII

Air Jordan XIX

Air Jordan XX

Air Jordan XX1

Air Jordan XX2

Air Jordan XX3

Air Jordan 2009

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