Nike refuses to pay $200 million dollar to James Harden, according to the Harden and his Kardashian at the Drew League games. Adidas offered and agreed to pay James Harden that same amount. TMZ reports that the couple came decked out all in Adidas, which shows whats side he has chosen. Kevin Durant was offered nearly $300 million by Under Armour, which was used as bait to get Nike to match. Nike must not have faith in Harden and his skills. Its either that or they may have bigger plans with bigger players. But we all know its just a better look to be with NIKE. "Honestly they are the Super Nova of shoes" so maybe they feel they don't need Harden" Branding people!! Branding!!
Q: What's it like growing up in Mpls? Does the city have interesting stories about Prince? A: I only lived in Minneapolis until I was three, but I have fond memories of it. Even now that I live in a suburb of Minneapolis, I still feel like I'm a part of Minneapolis. I think a lot of Minnesotans have "Minneapolis Pride", even if they don't live in Minneapolis. Minneapolis has so many fun things to see and do, and the arts are very important here, with so many theaters and live shows. Prince put us on the map for music. I hear Prince stories everywhere I go in Minnesota. I've met so many people who were associated with Prince, including one of his dancers, and even a former Paisley Park employee working as a cashier at the local grocery store, so I've heard many Prince stories. I wish I could've been a Chanhassen resident when Prince was still alive, because I know that many Chanhassen residents saw him casually riding his bike around