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Air Jordan 17

It was back to business for Michael Jordan when his Air Jordan 17 dropped in 2002, complete with a metal briefcase. His Airness returned from retirement again to join the talent-starved Washington Wizards. The 17 drew its inspiration from jazz music and the sleek Aston Martin, but maintained the lace-shroud from the Jordan 16. At 38, Jordan led the Wizards in scoring while wearing the 17, and became the oldest player to drop 50 points in a game.