I am officially a part of the Nike Family. It feels so good to have all of that taken care of. The deal is really good for a big man, the biggest rookie big man deal. I'm very proud of that, but to be honest I really just like their shoes. I played in Reeboks all through high school and I got a couple of pairs of Adidas this summer. I felt really good in my Lebrons that I played in for college. At first I thought that they were huge and heavy but as I got used to them they were really comfortable. So when I was in Portland on my workout, us and Nike really wanted to get this thing settled and done with. I signed a written and changed around draft of the contract and I didn't think things would be done until I signed the real one, but after I signed that it was like i was a part of the family that quick. My guy Charles got me a new carry on bag and some shoes the same day. It's like a weight off my shoulders, and to be a part of the Nike family with all the tradition, it's like a dream. I just want a commercial with "Little Penny" maybe they can call it "Little Oden" I would love it. I really want to make a funny commercial like "The Lebrons." Then hopefully I could win a whole bunch of championships and have those real serious ones like Tiger Woods and Lance Armstrong. Besides commercials the one thing I get to do is when I go to Niketown anywhere if I call Charles he can get it set up so that I get a limit that I can spend there. I put that to good use today when I was in Seattle. I called all nervous, but he said no problem and called me back in 10 mins and said they are expecting me and that I am good. I had trouble finding stuff for me but every 3x T-Shirt and Short i found and put in my bag. I got my brother some shoes also just to be a good brother. The person who took advantage of it was my mom. I can't take her anywhere shopping. I had to drag her out the store and she still pulls stuff on her way out. It was a good day, the people at Niketown knew all about the deal so I told them I felt good being a part of the family. I signed a ball for them. I think they're going to put it somewhere in the store.