January 9, 2013 BY John Kim
Reebok’s first major comeback move didn’t involve the Questions or Swizz Beatz’ new position at the helm, but with the impressive signing of #1 Draft Pick John Wall. The guard for the Washington Wizards was quickly given his own signature line with Zig technology at its core, but a recent development has shed some light on perhaps the latest trace of movement in the sneaker company radar. John Wall was spotted today at Wizards practice wearing a pair of the adidas Top Ten 2000 and not one of his Reebok signature shoes; with a general disinterest in the Zig Basketball models and what some may call Wall’s failure to meet expectations as the “future” of the NBA point guard position, this likely signifies the end of Reebok’s partnership with John Wall and hints at a subsequent signing with adidas Basketball. Stay tuned to Sneaker News for more updates on this latest piece of sneaker company free agency news and let us know what you think about Wall’s history of Reebok signature shoes.