If you grew up enjoying basketball in the 80s and 90s, chances are you either had a pair, or at least wanted a pair, of Air Jordans (and still do).

Chances are also that you owned and/or played with LEGOs at some point, considering they were much more affordable than a pair of luxury basketball sneakers.

So, how cool would it be for two of the more memorable things from your childhood merged?

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Well, designer and hardcore NBA fan Tom Yoo has converted the most iconic Jordan Sneakers into Lego versions, as shown here:

The Jordan IV BRED -- Yoo's debut model -- is built from 735 Lego pieces.

The IV is one of the more infamous Jordan shoes. Spike Lee Famously featured the "Cement" IV's in his Movie "Do the Right Thing," and, more importantly, MJ donned the IV's as he hit "The Shot" in the 1989 NBA Playoffs.

Similar to the Jordan sneaker releases every Saturday, this LEGO set is as exclusive as it gets.