Remember Derrick Rose? Adidas barely does. The giant shoe company that signed the onetime Bulls superstar to a 13-year, $185 million endorsement deal back in 2012 — a ‘‘lifetime’’ contract that was inked mainly so Adidas could kick Kobe Bryant’s and LeBron James’ Nike butts in China — seems to have moved on. The company just signed the Trail Blazers’ Damian Lillard to an eight-year contract, said to be the biggest since Rose signed his. The problem...
Related Player News
Giants, QB Josh Freeman agree to one-year deal
Joe Girardi didn't talk to Michael Pineda about alleged pine tar use before start vs. Cubs
Sidney Rice re-signs: What it means
Derek Jeter looks forward to Wrigley Field visit
Why Wednesday was Yu Darvish's best start