The Pimp Who Sued Nike Over Air Jordans

Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- In 1985, Nike released the Air Jordan. Michael Jordan's signature shoe was different. It was one of the first to have crossover appeal. However, a Portland, Oregon pimp has taken it further. He used the shoes to beat a man and now he's suing Nike for $100 million. Bloomberg's Rachel Crane has the story of this odd lawsuit. (Source: Bloomberg)

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