The news broke earlier this week that Kristaps Porzingis was leaving Nike, who he had a deal with while overseas, for Adidas. As for what his new deal is? From Yahoo:
The deal, negotiated by agent Andy Miller of ASM Sports, pays the New York Knicks power forward between $3 million and $6 million annually. That starting range could escalate each year based on several performance incentives such as point-average thresholds, playoff appearances and All-NBA or All-Star team selections. His previous brand, Nike, held a “right to match” clause and waited until the very end to decline to match adidas’ offer.
Porzingis who had the fourth largest selling jersey last season struck the longest shoe deal for any European player in history this week.