According to reportsJordan Brand has pushed back several rumored sneaker releases. While the drops had not even been confirmed yet, leak accounts online are suggesting that Retro Jordans slated for March and April releases have been pushed back to late April and and May.

Furthermore, the brand also announced it is canceling the 2020 Jordan Brand Classic, Nike’s marquee high school basketball tournament.

Though unconfirmed, other publications speculate that Jordan Brand could be feeling the effects of the coronavirus and that the pandemic could be the reason for the delayed releases.

Notably, the Air Jordan 6 “DMP” are expected to drop on April 11; The Air Jordan 5 “Fire Red” on April 25; The Air Jordan 13 “Flint” on May 2; The Air Jordan 4 “Court Purple” on May 14; And the Air Jordan 5 “Top 3”  on May 30.

It’s unclear how the situation will develop, but keep it locked here as we await more updates from Jordan Brand.

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