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In light of the NBA fining the Los Angeles Clippers $250,000 for a third-party endorsement cheap jordan shoes opportunity pitched to DeAndre Jordan during their courtship of the free agent center this summer, making sure owners know the line between player salaries and other deals seems important. The NBA doesn't want the salary cap circumvented with outside deals, giving an unfair advantage to certain destinations cheap jordan shoes for men based on their connected businesses.
Darren Rovell of ESPN.com reminds us the NBA has also told Charlotte Hornets owner cheap jordan shoes for sale Michael Jordan that he can't choose which players get a Jordan brand shoe deal. The salary cap rules are very clear about the third-party endorsements not being allowed and Jordan brand shoe deals need to be decided by an executive that isn't Jordan. The rule was put into place in 2010, cheap jordan shoes for sale online as reported by Rovell back in 2013.
Over the last seven years, we've had six Hornets/Bobcats players given Jordan shoe deals as Rovell states. Bismack Biyombo (now in Toronto), Stephen Jackson (now retired), Gerald Henderson (now in Portland), Gerald Wallace (now in Philadelphia), cheap jordan shoes from china and Noah Vonleh (also in Portland) are all former Charlotte players who have been signed with Jordan brand. Currently, Cody Zeller and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist are Jordan brand athletes on the Hornets' roster.
Former first-round pick and current unrestricted free agent Jeffrey Taylor is listed as a Jordan brand athlete.
An interesting subplot to all of this is Kidd-Gilchrist just agreed to a contract extension for four years and $52 million to remain with the Hornets through the 2019-2020 season. While some have bristled at the money being given to a non-shooting wing, cheap jordan shoes online others have wondered if that will end up being a steal because of how smart MKG is as a player and how good of a defender he is. It's tough to accuse MKG or the Hornets of the Jordan brand deal affecting those negotiations because there isn't any evidence to base that on, but the NBA doesn't want it to even be a situation that could end up warranting an accusation.
At least we know it didn't end up getting Zeller and Kidd-Gilchrist on the team cheap jordans shoes. Both were lottery picks of the organization during their current rebuilding project.