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Kawhi Leonard and Jordan Brand Expected to Part Ways

After Kawhi Leonard turned down a 4-year deal worth more than $20 million with Jordan Brand earlier this year, Jordan Brand is set to let the Toronto Raptors superstar walk when his contract expires later this year.

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Leonard’s current deal with Jordan Brand is less than $500,000 annually, which is much less than the latest offer left on the table. The new deal that was offered didn’t included a signature shoe.

Other notable stars that will be looking for a new sneaker deals includes: Joel Embiid (currently with adidas), Andrew Wiggins (currently with adidas), Gordon Hayward (currently with Nike), DeMarcus Cousins (currently with Nike), Isaiah Thomas (currently with Nike), and Kelly Oubre Jr. (currently with adidas).

While Leonard is expected to move on from Jordan Brand, it’s unknown at this time which sneaker brand he will sign with for his first year in Toronto.

Source: Nick DePaula

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