The Charlotte Hornets have the special privilege of being owned by Michael Jordan, allowing players on the team to be gifted exclusive sneakers, and making it so that the Hornets are the only team that will wear uniforms featuring a Jumpman logo instead of a Nike Swoosh this upcoming NBA season. Now, Jordan's connection to the franchise gives fans the opportunity to win two pairs of very mediocre Air Jordans. 

In an effort to promote the team's Pick 12 season ticket plan for the 2017-2018 season, the Hornets announced via the team's official Twitter account that they are giving one "lucky" fan the chance to win some Air Jordans. Are they the newest retros? No. How about a special Hornets colorway? Nope. Maybe they are autographed by the man himself? Even better. Fans have the chance to win a GS-exclusive pink and grey Air Jordan 12, and a pair of the highly coveted Air Jordan Fusion 12 in the sizes of their choosing.

That's right. The Charlotte Hornets are giving away a pair of Air Jordan Fusions, the experiment from the mid-2000s that fused the Nike Air Force 1 with popular Air Jordan models, in 2017. If there's any chance you want to register for your chance to win these free Air Jordans, the giveaway can be entered here.