Nike co-founder Phil Knight told USA Today in early April that while he thinks projected top-five NBA draft pick Lonzo Ball is “an awfully great player,” the $1 billion price tag on a shoe deal nike air max
could be a deal breaker.“It’s a little steep,’’ Knight said. Alluding to Lonzo, he added, “we still have an interest.”
Last month, LaVar Ball claimed he and his three sons would settle for no less than a $1 billion shoe deal with Nike, Adidas or Under Armour.“A billion dollars, it has to be there,” LaVar Ball told USA Today in March. “That’s our number, a billion, straight out of the gate. And you don’t even have to give it to me all up front. Give us $100 mil over 10 years.”But nike free rn flyknit
if the Balls were hoping to reach that type of deal with Nike, it appears they’ll have to look elsewhere.
The Nike Air Max 97 “Silver Bullet” is finally getting a general release in the US on April 13th, but before air jordan 3 retro og
we all get a shot at the head-turning classic that was once an Italian staple, Nike Sportswear is dressing up a number of their other Air Max retros with the sought after Metallic Silver/Red combination to help ease the pain of missing out on the AM97. First we saw the Air Max 95 “Silver Bullet” featuring the patent leather look repurposed to fit the overall shape of the iconic AM95 and now another European staple will follow suit with the Nike Air Max Plus. The “Silver Bullet” colorway works rather well on the Air Max Plus given the aggressive side panel overlays and breathable mesh upper. The smaller side panel Swoosh even matches the overall size of the Air Max 97’s. We’re converse all star
not sure when this women’s exclusive Air Max Plus Silver Bullet will be available, but head over to our Release Dates page for an updated look at all of Nike Sportswear’s latest offerings. Stay tuned for more updates