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DeAndre Jordan Back To Nike At Clippers Media Day

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DeAndre Jordan’s two year run with Under Armour has come to a close. Jordan, who signed with Under Armour in late 2011, matched his Nike Hyperdunk 2012s to the new blue Clippers sleeved jersey at media day today, signaling the brand switch.

L.A. Clippers beat writer Dan Woike reports that the “Dunk Face” big is indeed back to Swoosh sneakers.

Jordan’s departure from Under Armour arrives on the heels of star Stephen Curry indicating his own kicks transition by gearing up in the UA Spawn Anatomix at the Golden State Warriors media day last Friday.

More on this story as it develops.

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I hardly comment lately, but it’s so embarrassing for a NBA pro athlete to be a test animal… These sleeved jerseys are horrendous! Shame on adidas!

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Have to agree – these need some work. The college camo looked ok, ok, but these nba editions look like some wnba warmups.

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Well, if DeAndre Jordan starts to get injuries this year, while Steph Curry does his thing injury free, there’s going to be some drama!

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the sleeves on jerseys is not a good luck..come on lord stern…u make enough coin on jerseys..this is def a no-no and i am not the fashion police!!

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the sleeves overshadowed the sneaker news headline.. in a sneaker-site.. that means you are doing something wrong NBA/adidas..

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On the shoes, too bad really, more TB Hyperdunks aren’t really an addition to the PE landscape.

On the sleeves, they’re controversial, I’m pretty sure the sleeves will boost sales in Europe though(one of the markets with a lot of room to grow NBA-wise), because over here nobody really wears sleeveless jerseys, soccer-style short-sleeves are very common though.

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Well, not to argue, but in my opinion, in Europe basketball culture is strong enough and 90% of the people that I talked to, don’t like the sleeved jerseys. I live in Europe and my observations are that the basketball fans don’t mix that easy soccer and basketball equipment. The topic is deep of course, but the game that adidas, nike, under armour, etc. are playing is deeper and bigger, and most of all expensive. My point – sleeved jerseys are a NO-NO. I posted my opinion in a sneaker topic, because it’s more important what impact these jerseys will have on the whole goddamn world of basketball than what sneakers will wear DeAndre Jordan. No offense.

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I know for one I will not buy a single piece of these monstrosities, for any team. Stern can take these and shove it.

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