Monday was a Jordan Brand kind of night, as several of its models were visible in games across the League. Leading the way for JB was the Miami duo of James Johnson and Josh Richardson who both took the floor in retros. Johnson rocked a classic OG colorway of the Air Jordan V, while Richardson donned the “Dirty Bred” Air Jordan XIII Retro.
In Los Angeles, Blake Griffin wore the Jordan Super.Fly 5 as he went toe-to-toe with Andre Drummond, who was wearing the Jordan Extra.Fly. In the same game, Chris Paul filled up the stat sheet in his signature model, the CP3.X. Out in Chicago, Jimmy Butler took a break from wearing the Air Jordan XXXI and went with a black/red colorway of the Jordan Ultra.Fly. While Butler shelved the XXXI for the evening, the shoe still saw action on Monday on the feet of the Wizards Nene Hilario—who wore the “Chicago” colorway—and the Hornets Frank Kaminsky who balled in the “USA” model. Kaminky’s teammate Kemba Walker—who earlier this month debuted a dope PE of the XXXI, reverted back to wearing the Jordan Super.Fly 4.
Make sure to peep the rest of Monday night’s NBA kicks, including the Under Armour Curry 3s Stephen Curry had on his feet, while setting the NBA single game record for 3-pointers.