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Ever since Niketown re-opened their flagship on Michigan Avenue last year, the new concept has been apparently well-received. Though the store still encompasses quite a bit more tech than the outdated design (and sells more tech-related products) the overall aesthetic is more "homegrown" and less "modern/futuristic". Less modern except for the three large chandeliers constructed of Jordan 11s and basketballs in the entry way which were once merely thought of as big globby balls.
As many shoppers have noticed, standing underneath the chandeliers, the size is quite impressive. But how big are they? How many Jordan 11s were used in the making of the chandelier? How many balls? Everybody has an opinion, so let's put it to a vote, shall we?
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