Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards and Caris LeVert of the Brooklyn Nets have signed endorsement deals with the Jordan Brand.
Contract details were not disclosed.
Beal, who was inspired from Jordan by retired player Ray Allen, mentioned:
“He had all the different colorways and even rocked retros. As a fan of his game, I’d see his feet, and he was in Jordans throughout his entire career. To this day, he rocks Jordans.”
LeVert also released a statement:
“I need something that I can move around in, because I’m a player who cuts a lot and uses my athleticism to get up and down the court. I need something that I don’t have to think about. Jordan uses top of the line materials and technology, so that made the decision a no-brainer.”
Beal is now the fourth member of Jordan Brand on the Wizards roster next to Russell Westbrook, Rui Hachimura, and Mo Wagner.
He most recently signed a 2-year, $71.8 million veteran contract extension with Washington in October of 2019.
LeVert is on a 3-year, $52.5 million contract with Brooklyn signed in August last year.