Derrick Rose was once again part of a lot of headlines recently, as he reportedly informed the Cleveland Cavaliers that he plans to rejoin them, and continue his basketball career. While his desire to win a championship could be thought of as the main reason for his decision, his shoe deal with Adidas may have also played a role. The former MVP is still under contract with the shoe and apparel giant, after he signed a 13-year, $185 million contract with them back in 2012. If Derrick Rose retires, he may lose as much as $80 million, which will be a big dent to his earnings, especially as he only has a veteran’s minimum deal this year with the Cavs, according to Nick De Paula of ESPN. “While Rose is on a one-year, veteran’s minimum contract with the Cavaliers for this season, he still has seven seasons left on the 13-year, $185 million Adidas extension he signed in 2012. The brand is “absolutely” protected, according to an industry source familiar with NBA endorsement deal exit clauses.”