I bet all those ass-clowns that got all pissy and burned their ‘James 23′ Cavs jerseys when Bron Bron went down to Miami are sure feeling pretty silly right now. Not only could they have had some sick ass throwbacks to rock at the next home game, but they’re probably worth like a billion dollars right now.
Today, adidas announced that they have a partnership with the overall number 1 draft pick, Andrew Wiggins. With Wiggins being no stranger to adidas gear thanks to his time spent at KU, it’s not too surprising that he went with the “three stripes” over the guys behind “the swoosh.” Sources say the multi-year deal comes with at least $2 million guaranteed annually, and the overall contract in the $10-12 million range. Hopefully we get to see a Wiggins signature model in the near future.
Nailed that last pad like a boss.
Nike Football just released this new short film profiling Brazilian soccer icon David Luiz. The film features interviews from Luiz’s father, who speaks on Luiz’s love for soccer which can only be rivaled by his love for his country. With Neymar out, Luiz will have to step his game up even more. Check out the film above.
Sporting Kansas City player Dom Dwyer made headlines today after he celebrated a goal by taking a selfie with fans. The ref ended up giving Dwyer a yellow card yellow for the stunt but we’re sure it was totally worth it. Let’s hope someone at the World Cup tries to top this.
In the latest episode of Lie Witness News, Jimmy roams around Hollywood asking a bunch of “Soccer Fans” if they were impressed by how well Landon Donovan played for the U.S. Men’s National Team during the 2014 World Cup. In case you didn’t know, Landon Donovan was cut from the USMNT. This is why it’s hard to trust U.S. soccer fans. i