The First Episode of “Why It’s Cool” Explains the Legacy of the Air Jordan 1

For basketball fans in the 1980s, Superman was redundant. Christopher Reeve’s portrayal of the DC superhero depicted him saving the world, taking down General Zod, and even teaming up with Richard Pryor through a short series of films, and largely depended on strings and special effects to make us all believe a man could fly.

Then Michael Jordan turned fiction into reality. During his rookie 1984-1985 season with the Chicago Bulls, his dynamic style of play revolutionized the game, and...

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