Former NBA player Darius Miles received many exclusive Air Jordans during his playing days - including the Cavs-inspired Air Jordan 9 that he recently broke out - but now, he says, there are hardly any Air Jordan PEs left in his collection.

In an interview with The Undefeated's Aaron Dodson, Miles and former teammate/current podcast co-host, Quentin Richardson, discussed their time in the league, those memorable years with the Los Angeles Clippers, and what it was like being signed to Jordan Brand.

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In regards to all the exclusive Air Jordans, Miles explained to Dodson that he has given most of them away to two kids who were also a size 18.

Says Miles:

"I just have a few. I left and went to Reebok, and I was under Allen Iverson’s line. Most of the Jordans I had, I gave them to these two kids. One was from Texas, and the other was from Memphis. My momma kinda built a rapport with they moms, and they was like me — young kids wearing a size 18 … So they didn’t have no options for shoes. So me and my mom shipped them out, I wanna say 40-50 pairs of shoes apiece. When my mom did it, all three moms were on the phone boo-hoo crying."

Miles and Richardson also discussed their favorite Js to play in, their favorite PEs and more. Check out the full interview here.

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