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'Just Women's Sports' Criticism Of A'Ja Wilson's Sneaker Logo Was Incredibly Counterproductive

Earlier this week, Nike revealed the logo for Las Vegas Aces star A’ja Wilson’s new shoe brand with the company. 

This big reveal comes roughly seven weeks after the woke sports media cried racism over the fact that Caitlin Clark - who is white - got her own shoe deal with Nike before Wilson - who is black - did. The Associated Press released a long-winded article in which Wilson claimed that Clark was only popular (and by proxy, receiving endorsements) because of her skin color.

May 28, 2023; Las Vegas, Nevada, USA; Las Vegas Aces forward Aja Wilson (22) competes during the first quarter against the Minnesota Lynx at Michelob Ultra Arena. Mandatory Credit: Lucas Peltier-USA TODAY Sports

All of that was settled, however, when Nike announced that same week that they already had a plan to give Wilson her own shoe deal, with the first model being called the "A’One."

Finally, it seemed like everyone was happy (race-baiters included, not that their reasons for being happy are valid). But after seeing the logo for her new kicks go public just a few days ago, people are mad again because they think the design is terrible.

Here it is, I’ll let you be the judge of it. It’s supposed to be a combination of a star and the letter "A" to signify her star power.

Because people have opinions on everything (and since the internet lets people express those, for better or worse), many people criticized the logo.

But one of the most surprising group of people to do so was the website "Just Women’s Sports" (I’ll let you guess what they cover). On Monday, a panel of three women from the outlet took a significant amount of time to bash the design.

Here is the since-deleted video. One user recorded the discussion and posted it in the comments