It has to be Li Neng that will offer the best deal to Mr. V because that's the company needing to make the biggest push into the sports world.
The most pertinent question for northern California hoops is who will be the Vaccaro point man in Oakland? He'll have many willing applicants to choose from so who are the best positioned individuals?
Nearly armed and ready, Vaccaro tries to regain summer throneGo here for the remainder.
August 23, 2010
Sonny Vaccaro spent decades running the summer basketball scene, almost always luring the nation's top prospects to his events regardless of affiliation. Nike. adidas. Reebok. The company never mattered much. What Vaccaro proved time and again is that he could align with elite recruits and produce the best showcases as long as he was armed with large sums of money and boxes of apparel.
And now he's about to try to prove it again.
"I do think something is going to happen," Vaccaro told CBSSports.com. "I'm not sure what, but I think something is going to happen."
Though vague on specifics out of fear of "jinxing it," Vaccaro confirmed what multiple sources have told CBSSports.com in recent weeks -- that he's being pursued by four different companies, that he will meet with them after Labor Day, and that, if all goes well, Vaccaro will, after sitting out the past three summers, soon begin his quest to again dominate amateur basketball at the grassroots level...