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Under Armour was once touted as the next Nike, taking the sporting apparel world by storm. Now it’s in the fight for its life after an abysmal few years.
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A couple of weeks ago, NBA rookie Zion Williamson signed with Nike’s Jordan shoe brand in what some have called the sportswear giant’s biggest deal since it partnered with LeBron James in 2015.