adidas made some noise this weekend in the basketball world. No, they didn’t sign another superstar, but Nick Young of the Los Angeles Lakers took to the court to make a statement. Its been known that Nick Young was on the brink of an endorsement deal.
While nothing was concrete, many had hunches. As of late, Young was seen in the Three Stripes a lot. He made a confirmation when he took the adidas 750 Boost to the hardwood. Nick DePaula shared some details:
Nick Young agreed to terms with adidas last week, and Nike officially declined to match the deal by yesterday’s deadline.
— Nick DePaula (@_NDP) December 13, 2015
In conclusion, we won’t be seeing Swaggy P in the retro Jordans and Nikes anymore. Most importantly, we won’t see him rocking the Air Mags in an NBA game. We know he’s a sneaker enthusiast and his collection consists of a vast variety of brands. It’ll be interesting to see how Young does things off the court.
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In addition, in that same game, James Harden and Kobe Bryant faced off. Harden ditched the Crazylight Boost 2015 and brought out the adidas Kobe 1s.
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