Stephen Curry is paying homage to another Black legend who came before him with special pairs of Black History Month-themed sneakers.
In 2014, the businessman made $100 million dollars from his Air Jordan brand -- he only raked in $94 million during his 15-year-career.
Meet Chase Reed, a 16-year-old sneaker enthusiast from Harlem who just opened the world’s first sneaker pawn shop. NewsOne sat down with Chase to learn how he turned his love for shoes into a burgeoning business. Watch him tell his amazing story. Read more of Chase’s story.
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