It would be like Nike having the rights to Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry . The Los Angeles Lakers decided to make Brandon Ingram the No. 2 pick in the 2016 draft. The wiry swing forward from Duke remains a work in progress but has flashed signs of promise during his rookie year. Ingram was the highest selection in last year's draft to cling onto Adidas. He spent the year rocking a 2016 version of Adidas' รองเท้า แฟชั่น ใหญ่ big shoe lady Crazylight Boost, per Nick DePaula of Nice Kicks—a shoe worn by a hearty chunk of the Three-Stripe roster. DePaula also notes Ingram, similar to a lot of Adidas' 2016 rookies, is being counted on for his lifestyle and fashion as well as what he does on the court. It's a strategic decision we've seen in recent days, as the brand unveiled James Harden's LS model that is hyperfocused on fashion. The benefit of having Ingram comes down to the city he plays in and how he fits together with a young L.A. core. He has potential to help carry Adidas' youth movement and tinker with new models while standing behind the brand's biggest star, Harden.
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