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"The quality and performance of our products are of utmost importance," the company added. The long-term ramifications for Nike remain to be seen, but in the short term, investors reacted by unloading Nike stock. The shares tumbled as much as 1.7 percent on Thursday and closed down 1.1 percent at .95, erasing roughly S.1 billion from the sporting apparel company's market capitalization since Wednesday's close. The mishap is "a major brand failure" for multiple reasons, according to brand expert Mario Natarelli, managing partner at the MBLM agency in New York. Beyond injuring the man many see as the nation's top college basketball player, the incident was a "very visible shoe structure failure for a company committed to performance and technology of its products," emailed Natarelli. A darker side to the story is how it highlights the cash sponsors like Nike pay schools that then force athletes to wear a particular brand, noted Natarelli. Nike is Duke's exclusive supplier of uniforms, shoes and apparel, and has been since 1992, ESPN reported. "Again, let's remember all the money that went into this game ... something has to change @NCAA— Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) February 21, 2019Still, as long as the case remains isolated, Nike is likely to recover and find ways to reverse or put a positive spin on the episode, said Natarelli. and these players get none of it, Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell tweeted on Wednesday. something has to change."Again let’s remember all the money that went into this game.... As he put it: "It is hard to imagine Nike won't create a future shoe deal with Zion Williamson once he's pro and the headline writes itself -- we've invented a new shoe to contain the force that is Zion Williamson." The incident isn't Nike's first with its basketball products. Multiple players including Le Bron James had their jerseys rip after Nike took over as the official NBA uniform supplier in 2017. Terry Rozier of the Boston Celtics, one of Puma's few NBA players, seized the chance to tout the smaller company, saying "Come on over to Puma" in a tweet. "The quality and performance of our products are of utmost importance," the company added. The long-term ramifications for Nike remain to be seen, but in the short term, investors reacted by unloading Nike stock. The shares tumbled as much as 1.7 percent on Thursday and closed down 1.1 percent at .95, erasing roughly S.1 billion from the sporting apparel company's market capitalization since Wednesday's close. The mishap is "a major brand failure" for multiple reasons, according to brand expert Mario Natarelli, managing partner at the MBLM agency in New York. Beyond injuring the man many see as the nation's top college basketball player, the incident was a "very visible shoe structure failure for a company committed to performance and technology of its products," emailed Natarelli. A darker side to the story is how it highlights the cash sponsors like Nike pay schools that then force athletes to wear a particular brand, noted Natarelli. Nike is Duke's exclusive supplier of uniforms, shoes and apparel, and has been since 1992, ESPN reported. "Again, let's remember all the money that went into this game ... something has to change @NCAA— Donovan Mitchell (@spidadmitchell) February 21, 2019Still, as long as the case remains isolated, Nike is likely to recover and find ways to reverse or put a positive spin on the episode, said Natarelli. and these players get none of it, Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell tweeted on Wednesday. something has to change."Again let’s remember all the money that went into this game.... As he put it: "It is hard to imagine Nike won't create a future shoe deal with Zion Williamson once he's pro and the headline writes itself -- we've invented a new shoe to contain the force that is Zion Williamson." The incident isn't Nike's first with its basketball products. Multiple players including Le Bron James had their jerseys rip after Nike took over as the official NBA uniform supplier in 2017. Terry Rozier of the Boston Celtics, one of Puma's few NBA players, seized the chance to tout the smaller company, saying "Come on over to Puma" in a tweet.

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