Houston Rockets star James Harden has been offered $200M by adidas according to ESPN
NBA star James Harden has been offered the huge sum of $200M by adidas for an endorsement deal.
The Houston Rockets basket ball player is currently on the books of Nike, but rivals adidas who is bidding to find its way back to sneaker sales glory has offered the 25-year-old $200M for a 13-year endorsement contract.
According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, Harden will join the big money NBA league which has the likes of Derrick Rose, John Wall, and Damian Lillard on adidas.
"From April through June, Harden had the seventh-best selling jersey in the NBA, finishing ahead of the likes of Blake Griffin, Chris Paul, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook," Rovell reports.
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