Terry Rozier Loses adidas Contract After Wearing Nike During Shootaround

Bad news for the Boston Celtics point guard.

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Boston Celtics point guard Terry Rozier turned heads when he was spotted wearing Nike Kobe AD on the hardwood, despite signing an adidas contract two years ago. It has now been revealed that Rozier’s contract with adidas has been conclusively terminated.

Rozier’s $300,000 USD contract was terminated after the point guard was seen wearing Nike footwear during a pre-game shootaround for the 2017 NBA Eastern Conference Playoff game. Although Rozier changed back into adidas shoes once the game started, the Three Stripes noticed his indiscretion and served him a letter notifying his contract’s termination last May.

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