One Nike employee cost the company billions with this one simple mistake

[post_page_title]The professional game[/post_page_title]
His talent was huge, and he didn’t even need to complete his final year of college to convince NBA team the Golden State Warriors to sign him up. In 2009 he was drafted, and his rookie contract was a substantial one, guaranteeing him $12.7 million for the next four years. He wasn’t fazed by any pressure and in his first professional game notched an impressive 14 points and 7 assists, averaging 17 points per game at the end of his first year as a pro.

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