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    Maybe if Nike didn't use child slave labor to make their sneakers....

    Maybe if Nike didn't use child slave labor to make their sneakers they wouldn't fall apart during games.
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    This, after their jerseys ripped a couple of years ago. Nike obviously has product quality issues.

    Also, in an amazing coincidence after Zion Williamson's shoe problem, the NBA is now proposing an age limit of 18, lol. He's certainly good enough, strong enough, and athletically mature/explosive enough that he didn't need a year at Duke.
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    This, after their jerseys ripped a couple of years ago. Nike obviously has product quality issues.

    I have clothes from them from like 10 years ago and they basically indestructible. You can't damage them. But I haven't bought anything of theirs in years and I always found their sneakers to be "cheap" looking and in quality compared to other companies sneakers

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