The NBA and Adidas are teaming up to give players in the NBA one of the largest deals of the season.

The NBA has announced that it will pay the NBA Players Association $200 million to purchase an array of Adidas basketball apparel, gear and footwear for its players, as well as to provide them with free gear to use during games.

The deal, which is expected to be announced by the league in the next few days, is worth roughly $500 million over five years.

The agreement includes a provision that allows Adidas to offer players the opportunity to purchase apparel and accessories through the league.

In addition to Adidas, other partners that will be able to offer apparel and gear to NBA players include the Los Angeles Clippers, the Brooklyn Nets, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder, Toronto Raptors, and Washington Wizards.

As part of the agreement, the league will also pay for the purchase of gear for the players, including uniforms and gear.

The purchase of apparel and equipment will take place in conjunction with a global campaign by the NBA, which has spent years trying to build relationships with young, aspiring basketball players.

Adidas is a brand that has come a long way in the past few years.

Its first foray into apparel came in 2011 when it introduced the Nike Air Jordan 1.

The shoes were limited to only 20 pairs in the US.

The partnership between the league and the NBAPA was announced after the Clippers and Nets reached an agreement last month to sell the NBA’s logo to the NBA and wear Adidas uniforms.

While the new Adidas partnership with the NBA is a significant one, the partnership is not without its challenges.

One of the biggest challenges facing the NBA with regards to its apparel deal with the players is that the players have not had the opportunity and luxury to purchase their own gear in the league store, as many other major sports leagues do.

Adidas has a well-established brand and product line, but has not had a major brand-building campaign in the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL, as they do with the rest of their brands.

The players have been able to purchase a wide range of merchandise, but they have not been able in the same way to purchase clothing, shoes, and apparel.

In an attempt to address this, Adidas will continue to partner with the league to help with merchandising.

The new deal will also give the league a more unified apparel strategy that will allow for more consistency with the gear and apparel that the league offers to its players.

In recent years, Adidas has been pushing the NBA to be more connected to the fashion and lifestyle world.

Adidas recently unveiled the new line of men’s basketball shoes and accessories.

The company has also been partnering with major fashion houses like Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, and Dolce & Gabbana.

This new partnership with Adidas will help the NBA further expand its reach into the fashion world and make sure that its apparel partners are able to take advantage of its unique brand and marketing strategies.

Adidas’ partnership with NBA and the league’s efforts to build a more connected and engaged fan base has been a major success, as the league has more than doubled its revenue from apparel to more than $300 million in the last two years.