Marcus Jordan Wears Jordans; Costs UCF $3 Million

Posted: 6th November 2009 by Jakob Kagel in MLB
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As you may have heard, Marcus Jordan (you know who's son) wore a pair of Air Jordans during an exhibition against St. Leo. By doing so, UCF was failing to comply to the terms of a five year agreement with Adidas (the contract was in its final year, but UCF was working on negotiating a new six-year $3 million agreement). Adidas promptly terminated the contract with UCF. The situation has turned some head and generated some negative backlash. I have found the situation to be particularly interesting, because of the mixed reactions across the board. Many people are calling Marcus, "a spoiled brat" for failing to abide by the same terms as all the other players on the UCF team. Others point the finger at UCF, who apparently promised him the right to wear his fathers brand when he signed wit ...

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