Former Louisville recruit Brian Bowen sues Adidas and wants it to stop sponsoring college basketball


Former Louisville and South Carolina basketball player is suing Adidas. He's also bringing litigation against many of the corporation's employees and consultants. The lawsuit alleges Adidas and those men violated the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act. It is also attempting to establish corruption to the level that it ends Adidas' sponsorship agreements with Division I men's basketball teams. (CBS Sports)

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