February 26, 2021 | 10:55 am EST Update
Nick DePaula: BREAKING: Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo has signed a footwear & apparel endorsement deal with Jordan Brand. “Being able to say that I’m part of the Brand makes me sit back and really cherish everything.” — @Bam Adebayo pic.twitter.com/CEPH74C0kq
Korver was on “The Rematch” with Etan Thomas on Basketball News recently and discussed his current status. “It’s a good question; I’m not sure. After the bubble, it was such a quick turnaround and I didn’t feel like I had really prepared for another season. I believe in honoring the game,” Korver told Thomas on the podcast. “I don’t want to take a up a spot on a team [if I’m not ready to play]. I didn’t feel like I had really put in that time and that work. I have not signed any [retirement] paperwork yet, so… But I don’t know, it also feels good. It’s a conversation that I have with my wife on most days, so we’ll see… I don’t know, I’m not sure.”
Each moment – a short video from multiple angles – on Top Shot is a NFT. This is how moments (aka highlights) are bought, sold and traded in the digital marketplace. “NFTs in general, of which Top Shot is the first and a leader, could turn into a top 3 revenue source for the NBA over the next 10 years,” Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wrote to USA TODAY Sports in an email.
“(It’s) near impossible to get a pack and the lowest cost pricing for a card is escalating quickly as the available for sale supply is being overwhelmed by the demand,” Cuban wrote. “That will be the biggest challenge: maintaining the equilibrium of supporting the existing prices in their marketplace while keeping pricing low for new collectors and investors. They may have to do HUGE mints of new packs and see how the marketplace evolves.”