Jordan Dunk Paint With Sole TO Honor The Icon By Artist

 

People still cannot get their minds off of Michael Jordan, or trying to compare players to him. Some fans seem angry about it but they should not be MJ was a total beast throughout!

Although the likes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Brayant, Shaquille O’Neal, Tim Duncan, Lebron James, steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki, Dwyane Wade and James Harden all had their time but none can ever be compared to Jordan.

Here are the easy things to remember about Jordan, such as the six titles and six Finals MVP’s, but in this story some of Jordan’s records which still stand to this very day attest to his greatness on the court.

One record that still stand today is when Jordan and the Bulls played Miami in 1992. He broke two records in one half of that game. He made 20 free throws in a half, which is a record, and he took 23, which is also still a record.

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With his unique combination of grace and explosiveness, Michael Jordan wasn’t only a gifted player, but also an artist of sorts on the court. His famous signature sneakers have also been described as works of art, so it makes sense that His Airness continues to inspire those who take part in creating actual art.

As captured by in-hand sneaker photo king GC911, this artist used a pair of “Banned” Air Jordan 1s to complete a painting of a rookie Jordan competing in the 1985 Slam Dunk Contest. The paint-covered soles were used to fill in a pre-drawn portrait of Jordan, down to the same pair of sneakers he was wearing at the time.

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 DUNK PAINT BY SOLE

JORDAN DUNK PAINT WITH SOLE

DUNK PAINT BY SOLE

 

JORDAN DUNK PAINT BY SOLE

 

JORDAN DUNK PAINT WITH SOLE

 

JORDAN DUNK PAINT BY SOLE