By Thomas Barrabi Published June 04, 2019 Sports FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video NBA Finals Game 2 ratings down from 2018 “Speak for Yourself” host Jason Whitlock explains why the ratings for game 2 of the NBA Finals were significantly down from last year’s finals. Toronto Raptors star Kawhi Leonard filed a federal lawsuit against Nike on Monday in a bid to regain control of a logo he claims to have designed while under contract with the sports apparel giant. Continue Reading Below Filed in a U.S. District Court in California, the lawsuit alleges that Leonard designed the signature “Klaw” logo shortly after he entered the NBA in 2011 by tracing his “notably large hand” and drawing his initials inside the figure. The logo was “an extension” of designs and drawings Leonard had made since he was in college. MORE ON THIS NBA CONTACTED RAPTORS ABOUT DRAKE’S SIDELINE BEHAVIOR: REPORT NBA FINALS: HOW RAPTORS EMBRACE DRAKE, CANADIAN ROOTS TO FUEL BUSINESS “Several years later, as part of an endorsement dealt with Nike, Leonard allowed Nike to use on certain merchandise the logo he created while Leonard continued to use the logo on non-Nike goods,” the lawsuit says. “Unbeknownst to… Read full this story
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