Olympic basketball team outfitted in Nike

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

All members of the USA men's Olympic basketball team will be wearing Nike shoes.

It's a clean sweep for the world's largest sporting goods company, based in Oregon. That includes the Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Love, who has an endorsement deal with a Chinese sneaker brand but wears Nikes anyway.

For the women's team, everyone except two players will wear the Nike Hyperdunk 2012, [Nike spokeswoman Mary] Remuzzi said.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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