Nike Stock Takes a Hit After Duke Star Player Zion Williamson’s Shoe Splits on the Court

Shares were down roughly 1 percent this morning

Duke's Zion Williamson suffered a knee injury after his Nike shoe split. Getty Images

Nike shares are down today following last night’s matchup between Duke and UNC. Just seconds into the game, Duke star player and NBA prospect Zion Williamson suffered a knee injury after his Nike PG 2.5 shoe split on the court. As of this morning, the brand’s stock is down about one percent, equating to roughly $1.12 billion in losses for the brand. Nike stock was down as much as two percent in premarket.

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