Larry Miller is rejoining Nike Inc.’s Jordan brand as president, a position he held from 1999 to 2006. Miller, 61, was most recently president of the Portland Trail Blazers basketball franchise. Earlier in his career, he served as vice president and general manager of Nike Basketball, managing operations for the company’s Jordan brand, Nike Basketball and Converse properties.
At Jordan brand — named for and inspired by former Chicago Bulls icon Michael Jordan — Miller reports to Trevor Edwards, vice president of global brand and category management for Nike. Miller is replacing Keith Houlemard, who was named general manager of Nike’s worldwide Olympic initiatives, overseeing key sports marketing partnerships and brand management strategies.
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