Marcus Jordan Causes UCF to almost lose Adidas Basketball Contract


If you haven’t heard the news about Marcus Jordan refusing to wear Adidas basketball shoes that almost caused the University of Central Florida to loose their six years $3M basketball contract with Adidas.

Yep, Marcus Jordan refused to wear Adidas basketball sneakers as part of their contract deal because he opted to wear his father’s sneaker brand, Air Jordan from Nike.

The incident lead UCF and Adidas to negotiate. which made ended in making Marcus Jordan wear Adidas angle guards over his father’s Air Jordan sneakers. The contract was supposed to be used for the player’s scholarships and the team’s funds.