During the Houston Rocket’s season-opening game against the Golden State Warriors, Chris Paul suffered a knee injury. Despite that, the Rockets managed to win the game, but consequently, Chris was only able to play in seven games in the 2017–18 NBA season, yet he has ended up setting somewhat of a record. First and foremost, the Houston Rockets won all seven of the games that Chris Paul was a part of, but Chris also seems to have set the bar with his assist-to-turnover ratio in those games. Hence, it is quite well-deserved that he received special Air Jordan 4 PE sneakers from Jordan Brand as of lately.
After having played in just seven games, Chris Paul has 72 assists and merely 8 turnovers. This is a record-setting feat because Chris Paul has become the first player in the NBA to have fewer than 10 turnovers while having more than 70 assists. The numbers that Chris has put into his first seven games are undoubtedly impressive, which has actually complemented the performance of his teammates and the victories of his team in those seven games. Despite this amazing and commendable performance, Chris Paul himself seems to be quite humble and nonchalant about it, yet it is not surprising that he considers it “easy play.”
Regardless, Jordan Brand seems to appreciate Chris Paul. By the end of last month, Jordan Brand gave Chris an Air Jordan 4 PE in a “Clippers” colorway. Hence, the sneaker was predominantly dressed up in Red, with contrasting Blue-colored detailing throughout. More recently, Chris was in Los Angeles attending the Five Four pop-up event, laced up in another Air Jordan 4 PE that sneakerheads have likely never seen before. Being referred to as an alternate “Bred” colorway, it is dressed up in a Black and Infrared color scheme. So far, it does not seem that either of these Air Jordan 4 PE sneakers will make it to retailers.
Air Jordan 4 PEs