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Air Jordan X (10) Nick Anderson PE

The Jordan Brand list of athletes has included past and present sports figures for a long time coming now, and now a coveted pair of Player Exclusive Air Jordans has popped up. Worn and signed by Nick Anderson, these Air Jordan X (10) consists of the Orlando Magic color-way for the 10 years he spent there from his rookie year in 1989 to 1999. For those wondering about these sneakers, this is a once in a lifetime chance to scoop up not only a signed pair, but game worn by Nick Anderson. Be sure to check out the auction here for pictures of Anderson and Michael Jordan as well as a full look at the sneakers.


Air Jordan X (10) Nick Anderson PE
Air Jordan X (10) Nick Anderson PE

Air Jordan X (10) Nick Anderson PE
Air Jordan X (10) Nick Anderson PE

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  1. When I was in highschool a buddy of mine had those same shoes he got them from a family member named tree rollins who was a coach for them or a player back then but my buddy had them in p.e class when you are a kid you dont hink to save them I had a pair ogf the pennys that are coming out aind I seen penny in the tunnel after a hawks game and had him sign them but me being young I wore them

  2. I'm gonna say this again! THERE AINT NOTHING TIGHT ABOUT THE X! THERE JUST ISN'T. Somebody on this sight tell me what the "sick" part of this shoe is. Please. is it the cheap looking ass design? The dumb ass striped sole? What? This is definitely one of the worst Jordan signature shoes. Don't matter who signed them, what color they are, they just wack! But most J-heads think all of the Jordans are sick and that's just not true.

  3. Jordan should have never let Nick Anderson wear his shoes, gave him to much confidence, so much so that Nick stole the ball out of MJ's hands defeating the Bulls in the 1995 Playoffs. Probably the saddest day in NBA history.

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