In 2013, former NBA great Kevin Johnson is known as the mayor of Sacramento. But during the '90s, Johnson was one of the best point guards in the league, will three All-Star appearances and four nominations to the All-NBA Second Team. Johnson is also partially responsible for one of the NBA's most impressive team records. On April 9, 1990, the Phoenix Suns beat the Utah Jazz 119-115 in overtime. The Suns made 61 out of their 80 free throw attempts, which is a record that stands to this day. Johnson played a big role, sinking 23 of his 24 free throw shots and putting up 37 points total.

Johnson was wearing the Nike Air Flight 89 during this time period. This classic model features a leather upper with Air cushioning in the heel. If you're looking to hit the courts in a retro sneaker, consider the Nike Air Flight 89 for $80.

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