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McGrady stated that the adidas deal could be coming to an end.
“It’s rocky,” McGrady said. “I’ve been with adidas for 25 years. I think we’re coming to an end. Tweet it. Put it on Instagram. Whatever you want to do, I don’t give a shit. The treatment that I’ve gotten from them over the last 10 years is what it is. I deserve better. It’s coming to an end.”
McGrady went on to explain where part of the resentment stemmed from.
“This is why I have this attitude. When I started OBL (Ones Basketball League), I was told I couldn’t pull this off by adidas — that’s why I feel that way.”
McGrady and his signature shoe line continue to be an important part of the adidas Basketball line as the adidas T-Mac 1, adidas T-Mac 2, and adidas T-Mac 3 have been retroed in old and new colorways for the last few years.
Stay tuned as the story develops.
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