(Photos) Big Sean Severs Ties With Adidas & Moves On To PUMA

Big Sean was down with the Adidas family since 2011, but he has since found greener pastures over at PUMA. Taking to social media yesterday, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper revealed that he’d signed with the sneaker company that is home to Rihanna, Kylie Jenner and more, writing:

“Excited to officially announce that I am now apart of the @PUMA family. I Decided that this was the best path for me creatively, and we’ve been hard at work making sure this first collection is something special. Let’s get it. #2018.”

Adam Petrick, PUMA’s Global Director for Brand Marketing, also released a statement.


(Photos) NBA: Adidas Unveils 2017 NBA All-Star Uniforms; Hot or Not?

We’re getting closer to NBA All-Star weekend and today Adidas revealed the official East and West uniforms.  Check them out.


(Photo) Kicks: Naked x Adidas Join Forces To Bring Us There Waves Collab!

Naked x Adidas join forces to bring us there Waves Collab Pack this pack is made up of two Adidas models the Adidas Ultra Boost & the Adidas Samba both models are dripped in Turquoise aka that tiffany colorway with that being said the Naked x Adidas Waves Collab is set to release on Friday December 16th exclusivy at NAKED retail stores however a wider release date of December 23rd is set for select Adidas retailers. Which pair Will You Be Picking up?. Peep The Gallery To See Detailed Images Of The Adidas x Naked Waves Pack After The Jump…


NBA: Here’s How Adidas Blew Their Chance To Sign Lebron Before Nike Did

I know Adidas is feeling good lately with their highly popular NMD series, not too mention all the hype anytime a pair of Yeezy’s releases but they actually missed a chance to be on a much higher level. Prior to Lebron James rookie season, Adidas had a very good opportunity to sign Bron to their brand before Nike did but after reportedly shorting him by $30 million dollars than what was talked about, they made his decision easy to go with Nike.


NFL: League Tells Players They Will Be Fined $6,000 Anytime They Wear Yeezy Cleats But Adidas Might Pay Fines

The NFL is already cracking down on Yeezy cleats in their typical, no fun type of way. Last week both Von Miller of the Broncos and DeAndre Hopkins of the Texans, took to social media to show off their Yeezy 750 & 350 cleats respectively. As you would expect, the pics set twitter and Instagram on fire and they became as big of a story as the games themselves. Miller didn’t wind up wearing his in the actual game but Hopkins did and received a $6,000 fine for doing so. The NFL has now essentially banned the cleats, letting players know they will be fined $6,000 each time they wear them. Adidas, however has their own plan to keep players wearing them on the field, which includes covering the cost of the fines.


Kicks: Kanye West Signs A New Deal With Adidas

Kanye West is just racking up. He has just signed a new deal with Adidas that could potentially make him billions in the bank. Kanye will now be taking his band to different retail shops. Hawk shoes, apparel, and accessories will be included in the brand.


(Photos) NBA: 2016 Christmas Day Uniforms Leak

The NBA Christmas uniforms for the 2016-17 reportedly leaked and they look veryyy similar to last year’s unis.


Relax Guys : PUMA Is Okay With Kylie Jenner Rocking Adidas

A lot of people are confused due to the fact that Kylie Jenner is still rocking Adidas while she’s signed to Puma. Relax guys, its fine. PUMA is totally okay with it!


NBA: James Harden Hints At Adidas Sneaker Collab With Kanye West

James Harden signed a $200 million dollar deal with Adidas last year so you know he has a signature sneaker coming soon. In fact, the bearded one referred to a possible future collab between himself and Kanye West considering how close they became recently and since they are both signed to Adidas.


NFL: Adidas Offers $1 Million to Prospect Who Breaks 40-Yard Dash Record!

Adidas is back with another offer for NFL Draft prospects running the 40-yard dash.  Last year they planned to give out customized Porsches for the three fastest players but the NFL squashed those plans due to their deal with General Motors.  Instead Adidas gave $100,000 each to the three winners.  This year they stepped it up a HUGE notch.


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