Nike Jordan Brand Exec Larry Miller’s Daughter Inspired Him to Expose Secret 1965 Murder
Larry Miller served as the president of Nike’s Jordan Brand for 15 years before being appointed the first chairman of the Jordan Brand Advisory Board in 2019. Under his guidance, Michael Jordan’s staple athletic footwear and apparel line grew from a $200-million basketball-shoe company to a $3.5-billion conglomerate. In his new book, “Jump: My Secret Journey from the Streets to the Boardroom,” the exec looks back on life and shockingly reveals a secret 1965 murder and incarceration that turned his life around. He joins the show with his daughter Laila Lacy.