Simply couldn't leave the game "cold turkey", Michael Jordan picked up where he left off with the Washington Wizards during the 2001-2002 NBA season. The return of His Airness also meant a special design by Jordan Brand, the Air Jordan XVII. With jazz as the design's central theme, Jordan Brand actually enlisted saxophone musician Mike Phillips to its Team Jordan, making his the only non-athlete member to be on the roster. Packaged in an impressive metal briefcase, the pair also came with a CD featuring a composition made just for the Air Jordan XVII. The seventeenth black/neon green edition on Jordan Brand's #XX8DaysofFlight Collection, the countdown to Air Jordan XX8 continues.