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Articles tagged: Adidas

James Harden offered $200 million by Adidas to leave Nike

Adidas has fallen behind both Nike and Under Armour in sports apparel sales in the U.S. over the past year. Its NBA division has taken a huge hit with Derrick Rose’s inability to stay healthy, so the company is making a major play for one of the biggest names in basketball. Darren Rovell of ESPN…Read More

Adidas gives Yeezy Boost shoes to NFL draft prospect clients

The process from choosing to declare for the NFL Draft to draft day takes players on a journey full of decisions. Among them are which agency to choose for representation and what endorsement deals to sign. With the sports apparel industry such a big market, choosing between Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour, can be a…Read More

Notre Dame switching from adidas to Under Armour

Notre Dame is switching equipment brands from adidas to Under Armour for all its sports teams, according to a report. The Fighting Irish decided to shop around after its 10-year deal with adidas expired, and the change will happen at the end of the school year, according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell. Notre Dame first struck…Read More

Kevin Ware wears pink Nike foamposites; Louisville is Adidas school

Louisville may have done Kevin Ware wrong by attempting to profit off his broken leg while he couldn’t get a cut of the proceeds, and it looks like the sophomore guard got them back (intentionally or not). Ware, on crutches, came out of Louisville’s tunnel inside the Georgia Dome to join his team for the…Read More

Adidas pulls Kevin Ware T-shirts

Adidas has stopped selling controversial T-shirts that they began manufacturing following Kevin Ware’s gruesome leg broken leg injury suffered last weekend, USA Today reports. The shirts were being sold on the Louisville athletic website for $24.99. The shirts said “Rise to the occasion” on the front, and had the number five on the back. Ware’s…Read More

Derrick Rose, adidas reportedly agree to 2nd-richest shoe deal in history

There are the one-percenters, and then there’s Derrick Rose, who is now probably part of the 0.5 percent after the absurd shoe deal he reportedly signed with adidas on Friday. According to Yahoo! Sports, the reigning NBA MVP reportedly inked a 13-year, $185 million endorsement deal with the sports apparel giant. Additional incentives supposedly could…Read More

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