Nike is unsure if it’s gonna just do it with James Harden — TMZ Sports has learned the Swoosh isn’t jumping to top his $200 million Adidas offer. We spoke with some Nike honchos who told us they held a war room style gathering in the wake of Adidas trying to nab last year’s MVP runner-up, and former Nike client. We’re told they were unable to reach any consensus about a counter offer amount, or if they even want to make a counter.
His “massive” closet turned out to be too small to contain his collection of more than 150 pairs of shoes. In a new video interview with Slam Magazine, the NBA player says his solution is to build a mini-house behind his regular house to act as “a little showroom” for his footwear.
LaMarcus Aldridge signed a 4-year, $84 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs last month. The 30-year old power forward is from Dallas and just built a new house in Houston. Unfortunately, his new house is not big enough to house his massive sneaker collection. So, like any rich sneaker head, he’s building a smaller house behind his main house where his sneaker collection will live.
Nick DePaula: Heard that James Harden was “extremely pissed” that Kyrie got a Nike sig shoe before him. (Which I think was the right call from Nike’s POV.)