Once, Ray Allen was the only professional basketball player in the NBA to sport “Milwaukee Bucks” colorways of Air Jordan Retro Player Exclusives. However, that was a thing of the past. Earlier this year, Jordan Brand had welcomed Jabari Parker into the Jordan Family of athletes. This obviously meant that 23isBack readers would have to keep their eyes on him for all the Player Exclusive itineration of Jordan legacy and performance sneakers that he would be boasting. The Air Jordan XII “Milwaukee Bucks” is proof of this, but this new jordans will probably not be associated with any Jordan release dates 2015 or 2014 just yet. Continue reading Jabari Parker Unveils An On-Foot Look Of His Air Jordan 12 “Milwaukee Bucks”
Just hours prior to Jabari Parker’s got called out in this year’s NBA Draft, Jordan Brand signed and welcomed him to the family, although they did not disclose the terms of the deal. On behalf of Jordan Brand, JB’s president Larry Miller expressed excitement over having Jabari Parker officially as a part of the Jordan Brand roster. No doubt, Parker will now be receiving a limitless supply of new jordans release, perhaps even the ones that are rumored to have Jordan release dates 2015.
For 23 is Back readers who missed it, the 2014 NBA Draft took place just two days ago on June 26, and it was among the deepest drafts in recent history. As the evening unfolded in New York City, there were all sorts of predictions regarding who would make it in the Top 3. Jabari Parker, Duke University’s 6’8” forward, was among those who were being predicted to get drafted. His freshman year as one of the Duke Blue Devils is proof that he is an NBA ready star, and by signing with Jordan Brand, he has progressed further into the league.
Jordan Brand confirmed the addition of Jabari Parker to its roster of exceptional NBA athletes on June 26. Presently, notable members of the Jordan family include the likes of Blake Griffin, Kawhi Leonard, Russell Westbrook, and others. In fact, this is not the first of Jabari’s highlights with Jordan Brand. In 2013 at the Jordan Brand Classic, Jabari Parker had shared the co-Most Valuable Player honors with Julius Randle.
Larry Miller explained that Jabari Parker would perfectly fit with Jordan brand because of his “character and commitment to excellence.” Apparently, together Jordan Brand and Jabari Parker are going to build a legacy. For those who do not know, Jabari Parker was born in 1995, just a couple of weeks prior to the retail debut of Jordan 11. Last year, Jordan Brand earned $2.2 billion in sales and with so many Jordan release dates 2015 already rumored, this deal will indeed prove to be very beneficial and profitable for Jabari Parker.