In the latest NBA Ekings News, sources say Nike is unlikely to renew their signature shoe contract with Kyrie Irving after the 2022-23 season.

Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving has long had one of Nike’s most popular and profitable signature basketball shoes. But uncertainty about his future in the NBA basketball league means the company is unlikely to extend his contract. Sources told US news agency ESPN that a similar agreement was reached after the 2022-23 season.

Kyrie Irving has a new pair of his shoes to launch this fall. But it is expected to be the final year of the lucrative signature series he has had with Nike since 2014. After ESPN inquired with Nike, they did not deny the end of the shoe. Irving’s signature outfit is approaching in any way. “We ask for permission not to comment on any contracts, rumors, or predictions. Kyrie Irving remains a Nike athlete,” a spokesperson told ESPN on Thursday.

The source also stated that Due to the popularity of Kyrie Irving, Nike is expected to continue to feature some of its related products in the future. Such as retro shoes from previous collections. Recently, this has been discussed between Nike and Irving about the future of his certification. Obviously, his relationship with the company will change. This may be so.

Turbulence starts

The chaos surrounding Kyrie Irving, including the Brooklyn Nets’ noncommittal stance in long-term contract talks. This has appeared in several stages over the past two years. For most of the NBA season, Irving has not been vaccinated against the coronavirus. The team did not use him due to orders from New York City. This was until the Brooklyn Nets eventually changed their course and allowed him to become a part-time player for the away game.

And a change in City’s policy allowed him to play at home during the final season of the regular season.  He was also allowed to play in the play-off round. With Irving averaging 27.4 points in 29 games for the Brooklyn Nets before that. The Boston Celtics will win their first four games of the Eastern Conference playoffs, with Kyrie Irving, 30, with a $37 million player option with the Brooklyn Nets. for the 2022-23 season.

In July, Kyrie Irving took to social media that criticized the design of his Nike Kyrie 8 as a “trash bin” and insisted, “I have nothing to do with design or marketing.” And “Nike plans to release it” although I’m not okay with it,” but days later, Irving issued a statement to adjust those remarks. But of course, that event Hardly laid the foundation for another deal centered on his signature shoe collection.

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