On Monday, the Jordan Brand announced that it has signed 11 WNBA players to Team Jordan, the largest group of endorsees to date.
Aerial Powers, Arella Guirantes, Chelsea Dungee, Satou Sabally, Crystal Dangerfield, Jordin Canada, Dearica Hamby, Te’a Cooper, Kia Nurse, Maya Moore, and Asia Durr are all now Jordan athletes.
They got highlights on the court, but even more off the court. Learn more about the emerging WNBA stars joining the Jumpman Family.— Jordan (@Jumpman23) June 21, 2021
They got highlights on the court, but even more off the court. Learn more about the emerging WNBA stars joining the Jumpman Family.
“I think these incredible athletes are defining a lot of things about Jordan Brand and are leading real conversations that are impacting culture and our communities across the globe,” said Jordan of the group.
To commemorate the monumental signing, Jordan and the new Jumpman roster had their portraits taken by Ming Smith, the first African American female photographer to have her work acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
The photographs will be on view at Nicola Vassell Gallery in New York from June 29 to July 2 in the pop-up show “Here for a Reason.”