• adidas Will Not Renew UCF Basketball Contract

adidas Will Not Renew UCF Basketball Contract

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words_Nick DePaula Adidas has decided not to renew its sponsorship contract with the University of Central Florida, due in large part to the fiasco stemming from freshman guard Marcus Jordan's insistence on wearing Air Jordans in-game. After we first discussed the issue HERE, when Michael's son Marcus had announced during the team's Media Day that he would prefer to wear his father's shoes on-court, it appears as though the battle between The Brand With The Stripes and UCF began heating up. Initially, UCF team officials had told Marcus he would be allowed special permission to wear a competitor's shoes, given that his father happened to have his own $1 Billion sneaker brand and all. Though it appeared that adidas would begrudgingly let things slide and ok the one-time exception, after the brand's regional reps and the school had come to an agreement, the higher up powers that be at adidas apparently had a change of tune. Once Marcus stepped onto the court last night for the Knight's season opener against St. Leo, wearing the upcoming 'Rising Sun' Jordan Retro XII, with his teammates uniformly clad in the adidas TS Commander LT, the school's partnership with adidas was all but voided. It's worth noting that the only visible logos near his feet were found on the...
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