words // Zac Dubasik
Following a five-year stint as President of the Portland Trail Blazers, Larry Miller is returning as President of Jordan Brand. Since Miller left Jordan Brand, the position of President has been a bit of a revolving door. First up was Garry Cook, who lasted a mere four months, before leaving to become CEO of the Manchester City soccer club. Next up was Keith Houlemard, who was a 19-year Nike veteran, and had been in the position ever since.
Miller's first reign as President of Jordan Brand lasted from 1999-2006, a period of major growth and success for the brand. His return marks an opportunity to capitalize on the clear product vision for which he was known. What are your thoughts? Did you prefer the 1999-2006 era of Jordan Brand over the past five years? Let us know what you'd like to see change in the comments.