By  on September 3, 2019

Nike Inc. hit back at Kawhi Leonard‘s claim that his drawing of a logo while in college predates his Nike contract, and argued Friday that the Los Angeles Clippers player was playing “word games” to equate what it believes are actually two different logos.

Leonard’s suit, filed in June in California federal court, followed a yearslong pro-basketball agreement between him and Nike since 2011 that included his endorsement of Nike products. That contract is now the subject of dispute between Nike and Leonard in the context of this logo — and what it even is, Nike argued.  

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