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

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It was no surprise at all that Stephen Curry signed with Nike in 2009. He was drafted at number 7 meaning he was highly regarded, and it made sense for both parties to enter a partnership together. Although Curry had a few injury-plagued seasons, his stock was still high, and in the final year of his contract he scored 54 points in one game – his career best at the time. His shoes? Nike Zoom Hyperfuses.

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