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Marcus Jordan And adidas Originals Engage In Friendly Banter On Twitter

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Marcus Jordan and adidas have a surprisingly long history that just got a new chapter thanks to this playful Twitter banter a few hours ago. Marcus played college ball at the University of Central Florida and didn’t want to abide by UCF’s adidas sponsorship. All he wanted to do was hoop in his dad’s Air Jordan retros. That decision ended up costing UCF upwards of $3 million and their adidas sponsorship which was eventually paid for by Nike and His Airness. Earlier today, Marcus tweeted out that his dad flexed on him with a pair that he won’t go into detail describing which had one Twitter user playfully suggesting that maybe Mike finally gave in and threw on some Yeezys. The adidas Originals official account then tweeted out a grandpa emoji, only for Marcus to reply with something that can loosely be translated to ‘my dad’s the G.O.A.T. and stocks are rising’. It’s safe to say that Trophy Room won’t have an adidas account anytime soon.