Guess Nike decided that it’s witness protection program was a failure since video phone footage surfaced of Lebron getting slammed on by Crawford.
CLEVELAND — Nike says it is returning videotapes it confiscated of NBA star LeBron James getting dunked on at a recent basketball camp.
Nike said it is giving back tapes to two accredited journalists who filmed Xavier’s Jordan Crawford dunking over James during a recent pickup game at a skills academy run by the superstar at the University of Akron. The sports apparel giant said only one of the tapes captured the infamous dunk, which has been an Internet sensation.
Nike said it took the tapes based on its media guidelines that no pickup games be filmed.
This week, videos emerged of Crawford’s dunk in which he drove the lane and slammed over James, who was not guarding him and was the last defender between Crawford and the basket.
As much technology as we use now a days, did they really think someone didn’t use their camera phone….. SMH…Nike had to protect there asset… Understandable but we bet they are probably taking a closer look at Jordan Crawford too. We’ll just have to see what happens.